Redskins Mailbag

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@RipSeanShock Asks if Dri Archer is a possibility in this May’s draft?

This is a tough one. I wouldn’t be shocked, but I don’t think so. If the Redskins go running back in the draft I see them going with someone who is bigger and more durable that can come in and pass protect on third down, and catch the ball out of the backfield. A Charles Sims or Marion Grice. The Redskins already got their speedy weapon to stretch the field that can be used in a variety of ways in DeSean Jackson so Dri Archers chances of landing in D.C. are slim in my opinion
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Redskins Draft Profiles: Charles Sims

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The Redskins have their workhorse running back in Alfred Morris. However, the depth chart after Morris is a bit of a mystery at this point.

 

With a new coaching staff in town, Alfred Morris should be the only back on Washington’s roster that feels good about his job security. Jay Gruden has a history of using two running backs, including a running back that can catch passes out of the backfield.
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