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