Everything you need to know about the Redskins' draft

Here are all the articles we have written about the Washington Redskins during draft weekend

We've been writing about the NFL Draft for weeks and weeks so no point in slowing down now. Here's a one-stop shop for all the Breaking Burgundy draft links over the three days of the NFL Draft.

Day 1

* The Washington Redskins' first move in the 2016 NFL Draft was a trade to move down one spot, to 22nd overall. That's where they selected TCU wide receiver Josh Doctson

* You can see video of Doctson's pick right here. It was quite a moment for the 6-foot-2 wideout, who was a walk-on at Texas Christian. It was also a moment that Doctson didn't expect to come via the Redskins 

Here is a scouting report on Doctson from our film analyst, Paul Conner. Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said Doctson reminds him of Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green.

* By the end of the night, Washington had received rave reviews for the pick from many outlets.

Day 2

* Washington drafted USC safety Su'a Cravens with the 53rd overall pick. Here is the video proof.

* Cravens is a hybrid-type player who gives the Redskins versatility at a couple of positions. He is also related to a handful of NFL players.

* Redskins players took no time in making Cravens feel like part of their family.

* Could Cravens be the next Kam Chancellor?

* The Redskins' final pick of Day 2 at the draft was Virginia Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller. You can also find a video link to Breaking Burgundy analysis on Cravens and Fuller.

* What Washington hasn't addressed at this point: the defensive line. What's up with that?

* NFC East roundup. How 'bout them Cowboys?

Day 3

* We started the day talking about scenarios heading into the final four rounds.

* A deficiency along the defensive line was addressed in the fifth round with Temple defensive tackle Matt Ioannidis. He admitted that the wait to hear his name called stressed him out.

* However, in the fourth and fifth rounds, the Redskins seemed more interested on stockpiling 2017 draft picks.

* Washington took a quarterback in the sixth round, Indiana's Nate Sudfeld. It was the team's first move for a QB in the draft since Kirk Cousins in 2012. Sudfeld thinks the Redskins are the best team for him.

* The Redskins used their first seventh-round pick on Boston College linebacker Steven Daniels. The second was spent on boom-or-bust RB Keith Marshall.

* Jay Gruden was pretty excited about his team's draft.

* Washington's first-, second- and third-round selections were all welcomed sights at the team's draft party at FedEx Field.

* Kirk Cousins had some words of encouragement for Connor Cook, a fellow Michigan State QB who, like Cousins, found himself drafted in the fourth round.

* Here is Neil Dalal's recap of what the rest of the NFC East did on Day 3 at the draft.

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