The Washington Redskins' coaching staff is in Mobile, Alabama this week, and there in full blown scouting mode. Coaching the Senior Bowl's South team, Mike Shanahan and company should get an edge over other draft evaluators — which thankfully, comes at a time the Redskins need it the most.
This draft should be chock-full of offensive talent and the Senior Bowl South team features several potential stars.
The three quarterbacks will be; Nick Foles of Arizona, Brandon Weeden of Oklahoma State, and Ryan Lindley of San Diego State. Nick Foles has a chance to elevate himself to the third or fourth quarterback in the draft depending on his Senior Bowl and combine performances – Can he be last years' Andy Dalton? Brandon Weeden is also in an interesting position. He'll have to prove he's NFL ready or he's going to fall down draft boards, quickly.
But the most interesting position to watch this week will be wide receiver. Juron Criner (6'4" 215), Jeff Fuller (6'4" 220), and Dwight Jones (6'4" 225) all fit the mold the Redskins desire and they should be available after the first, maybe even second round.
If the Redskins are truly focused on turning around their offense and adding weapons, they will cut specialist, Brandon Banks and the rapidly aging Santana Moss – the wide receiving corps must be addressed this offseason.
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