I don't actually believe this. I do believe Snyder wants to know their plan tomorrow and that is putting pressure on everybody.
Just talked to a Redskins source who told me Dan Snyder has "taken over the first round of the draft." The last time that happened the Redskins traded two future No. 1's and a No. 2 to move up for Robert Griffin.
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Luckily the Redskins are only one player away so....
For what it’s worth, Washington’s top four picks (15, 46, 76, and 96) add up to 1,816 points of draft capital on the Jimmy Johnson chart. The fourth overall pick is valued by that same chart at 1,800 points.
RT @granthpaulsen: For what it's worth and in the interest of the Redskins' side of this... On my previous tweet: I just talked to Redskins spokesman Tony Wyllie. He says any person saying Dan Snyder has taken over the team's first round decision making is "categorically false."
This was from early, early this morning from Doug Williams & the initial reports of the #Redskins trading to # 3. Also, why they shouldn't do it. Listen!
Would agree with this.