The Redskins hold seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, but that might sound better than the reality. Washington only has two selections in the top 100 picks, but that does include the incredibly valuable second-overall spot.
After two weeks of free agency and a number of trades across the league and in Ashburn, let's take a quick look at the Redskins picks with less than a month remaining before the NFL Draft.
After all, what do Case Keenum and Nick Vannett have to do with the Redskins draft plans? More than most would think.
1st Round - one selection
- No. 2 overall pick
2nd Round - no selection
- No pick, sent to Indianapolis in 2019 as part of Montez Sweat trade
3rd Round - one selection
- 66th overall
4th Round - two selections
- 108th overall
- 142nd overall - Compensatory pick for 2019 free agency losses at end of round
5th Round - one selection
- Redskins traded 148th pick to Carolina for Kyle Allen.
- 162nd pick - Redskins traded Quinton Dunbar for Seattle's 5th-round pick, which was acquired from Steelers in tight end Nick Vannett trade.
6th Round - no selection
- Redskins sent to Denver as part of Case Keenum trade
7th Round - two selections
- 216th overall - Redskins hold their own pick
- 229th overall - Redskins hold one Broncos pick from 2019 Case Keenum trade
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