It's uncertain what the Redskins would have to trade, and with whom they would deal. If they determine Edwards is their man, then they'd likely have to trade either with Cleveland at No. 3 or Miami at No. 2. And that would probably mean using their 25th pick as well.
When one Redskins defensive coach was asked what he wanted, he might have tipped off the draft strategy when he simply said, ''Points.'' Edwards certainly would provide a boost for an offense that lacked much firepower.
The Redskins also have said they'd ''absolutely'' consider trading up in the first round. They also said they knew what it would take to move up, which is why they might have traded with Denver on Tuesday, receiving the 25th overall pick.
Washington lacks a second and a third-round pick.