NFL Mock Draft 2016: Redskins must bolster D-line

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Oct 4, 2014; College Park, MD, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes cornerback Eli Apple (13) intercepts Maryland Terrapins quarterback Caleb Rowe (not pictured) pass in the end zone during third quarter at Byrd Stadium. Ohio State Buckeyes defeated Maryland Terrapins 52-24. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports /

25. player. 55. The Steelers are still searching for a young cornerback to step in and give their defense a high caliber presence in pass coverage.  Eli Apple has good size and is the kind of player who can help give that to them.  <b> </b>. Cornerback. Ohio State. Eli Apple

36. The Seattle Seahawks defense is still a good one but they could use more talent and youth on the interior of their defensive line.  Robert Nkemdiche has some off the field issues but also has the ability to help give that to them and could become the play maker up front that they don’t have on the interior defensive line. <b> </b>. Defensive Tackle. Mississippi. Robert Nkemdiche. 26. player

Jarran Reed. 27. player. 49. The Packers are solid defensively but they could stand to add more depth and talent on the defensive line.  Jarran Reed could step right in and make an impact at nose tackle for the Packers.  . Defensive Tackle. Alabama

Texas A&amp;M. Germain Ifedi. 28. player. 124. The Chiefs have gotten a very year out of quarterback Alex Smith but he’s one of the most sacked quarterbacks in the NFL.  Adding a tackle like Germain Ifedi could help the Chiefs begin to fix that problem.<b> </b>. Offensive Tackle

45.  <b>–</b>. Tight End. Arkansas. Hunter Henry. 29. player

32.  <b> </b>NFL Power Rankings. Defensive End. Alabama. Jonathan Allen. 30. player

<b> </b>. Offensive Tackle. Auburn. Shon Coleman. 31. player. 87

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