Bernhard Samuel

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Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Joel Bitonio, OT/G

Joel Bitonio drew the more praise than any offensive lineman after his performance at the 2014 Scouting Combine. Teams will be excited about his versatility and speed but his lack of size and strength could deter teams like the Redskins.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Seantrel Henderson, OT

Seantrel Henderson has the physical tools to dominate at the next level but inconsistency, lack of desire, and a checkered past have dropped his draft stock significantly. As high risk/high reward as an offensive lineman can get.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Ja'Wuan James, OT

Ja'Wuan James is not as highly touted of a prospect as his fellow Vol Antonio Richardson but his consistency at the right tackle position should make him a solid choice for any team needing help there.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Jack Mewhort, OT

Jack Mewhort has fallen between the cracks with other prospective tackles making the headlines. Could Mewhort be a high value pick for a team in need of a passionate offensive lineman?

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Morgan Moses, OT

The Richmond, VA native has become a popular choice to potentially replace Tyler Polumbus as the starting Right Tackle for the Washington Redskins. His size and length make him an attractive prospect in the early-mid rounds of the draft.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT

After a disappointing showing at the NFL Combine and concerns about his durability, Cyrus Kouandjio's stock has been in a free fall. However, some teams may still take a chance on this raw, talented offensive lineman.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Christian Jones, ILB

Jones is the most versatile LB in the 2014 class. His coverage ability sets him apart and will allow him to transition to a full time ILB for any 3-4 defense that needs him there.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Shayne Skov, ILB

The leader of one of the nation's top defenses in Stanford, Skov is an instinctual ILB that could generate a lot of draft buzz after blowing away GM's during his interviews.

Hogs Haven Draft Profiles: Chris Borland, ILB

He's an undersized ILB with pure football instincts. For the Redskins, could he fill the void left by the retirement of London Fletcher?

Washington Redskins Draft Profiles: C.J. Mosley

Profiling the 2014 Butkus Award winner, ILB C.J. Mosley of Alabama. One of the surest bets in the entire 2014 draft class.

Hogs Haven Draft Profile: Yawin Smallwood, ILB

The leading tackler in Connecticut, Smallwood is an underclassmen that can provide versatility and durability for any team looking for 4-3 middle linebacker with tons of potential.

(2) David Shaw vs. (15) Tom Clements

First round of the Washington Redskins Next Head Coach Tournament

Snap Judgments: Week 11 at Eagles

The Redskins played their worst football of the year for three quarters. However, the 4th quarter produced hope that would only prove to be fruitless. Take a look at the snap count for each Redskins player in their Week 11 loss to the Eagles

Snap Judgments: Week 9 vs. Chargers

Widely considered a must-win game, the Redskins showed what this team is capable of. Highlighted by a late goaline on defense, the Redskins took back their season. We look at the snap count for each Redskins player in their Week 9 overtime win.

Snap Judgments: Week 7 vs Bears

The Redskins come away with a much needed win in a shootout against the Chicago Bears. The Redskins offense showed its potential while the defense continued to disappoint. We look at the snap count for each Redskins player in their Week 7 win.

Snap Judgments: Week 6 at Cowboys

The Redskins fall to the division rival Cowboys despite a strong showing from their defense. A poor display by the special teams unit highlighted this crucial loss. We look at the snap count for each Redskins player in their loss to Dallas.

Snap Judgments: Week 4 at Raiders

The Redskins finally get that elusive win. The defense led the way with 7 sacks of Raiders backup QB Matt Flynn. We look at the snap count for each player Redskins player in their Week 4 win against the Oakland Raiders.

Snap Judgments: Week 3 vs. Lions

The Redskins fall to 0-3 despite making changes in their defensive unit. We look at the snap count for every Redskins player in their Week 3 loss to the Detroit Lions.

Snap Judgments: Week 2 at Packers

After a second straight week of playing from behind, the Redskins used packages of players that we will rarely see again. We look at the snap count for each player in their Week 2 loss to Green Bay.

Snap Judgments: Week 1 vs. Eagles

Playing from behind for the majority of the game, the Redskins deployed a package of players that we will rarely see this frequently again. We look at the snap count for each of the Redskins players in their Week 1 loss.

Washington Redskin I trust most: London Fletcher

Despite his age and stature, London Fletcher has been one of the most consistent performers on the Washington Redskins since he arrived in 2007. The leader of the defense has proven that he will show up and show out for this team every single Sunday

The Redskins and Goal-to-Go Situations

In 2012, the rookie tandem of QB Robert Griffin III and RB Alfred Morris lead the Redskins to be one of the best teams in the league in Goal-to-Go situations. With Griffin's health concerns, will the Redskins be able to match that success this year?

Who starts for the Redskins at CB in Week 17?

Who do you think will be the starting Cornerbacks for the Redskins in the last regular season game? Vote and comment below to let me know what you think.

Who Will Be Starting at Right Tackle Week 1?

One battle worth watching this off-season is for the starting right tackle spot. The Redskins have options but none of them jump out at you. Someone must emerge from the pack to solidify this starting unit.

Who will return punts and kicks in Week 1?

The battle for kick and punt returner will be worth watching before Week 1. The Redskins are limited in their options but are hoping someone emerges to assume these roles.

Memorial Day Classic: Mike Sellers, 11 Years

Mike "Caveman" Sellers was toughness personified. He played 11 years in a Redskins uniform and should be remembered for his subtle yet integral impact on the franchise.

Redskins Offensive Improvements: Will Montgomery

Will Montgomery may have been the most improved Redskin in 2012. He was one of the best centers in the NFL last year but in order to take that next step he has to improve his ability to snap the football.

Redskins Offensive Improvements: Leonard Hankerson

In 2012, Leonard Hankerson showed both flashes of promise and doubt. Entering his third year with the Redskins, Hankerson will have a lot to prove in order to see the field more in 2013.

Who's going to play Special Teams?

The Redskins draft filled areas of need and carved out new niches for younger role players. However, a drop off in special teams returns and coverage could be an unintended consequence.

Redskins should hope Jonathan Cyprien falls to #51

Jonathan Cyprien is one of the best safeties in the 2013 class. With a primary need at safety the Redskins would be lucky to have him fall to #51. Here are his measurables and key stats.

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