Redskins 7-Round Mock Draft: Multiple trade edition

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ARLINGTON, TX – APRIL 26: A video board displays the text “THE PICK IS IN” for the Washington Redskins during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The 2020 NFL Draft is almost here and the Washington Redskins will be adding a handful of new players to the roster.

The NFL offseason thus far has been one of frustration. Frustrating for front offices. Frustrating for players. Frustrating for prospects. Frustrating for coaches. Frustrating for analysts and pundits.  Frustrating for Redskins fans. The coronavirus has changed our lives in recent months and it has affected every sport, including football. The 2020 NFL Draft will be a virtual affair and while we were all excited to see the grand spectacle in Las Vegas, the league must give into the realities of this health crisis.

Today, we present a Washington Redskins mock draft that features multiple trades. A few days ago, we produced a mock that contained no trades. The Redskins hold seven selections in the following rounds: One, three, four (two picks), five, and seven (two picks). Team needs include offensive tackle, cornerback, wide receiver, tight end, and overall depth.

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In our no-trade edition, this is how mock drafts were described. “Some fans tend to feast on mocks each spring and others tend to loathe the annual practice of prognosticating the draft. The main objective of these mock drafts should center on providing information on prospects who might be a good fit for the Redskins. There is no such thing as a perfect mock and it shouldn’t be a tool for wishful thinking”.  With that in mind, let’s get right to it.

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