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Nate Orchard Delighted To Be Back With The Redskins | NBC Sports Washington

But Orchard’s best performance with the Redskins came against the Panthers, ironically the last game of Redskins head coach Ron Rivera with Carolina. The linebacker finished with a sack, two tackles for the loss and recovered a fumble on the final game of the game to seal the Redskins victory. So it made sense why he was pretty emotional post-game.

Ronald Darby Joins Redskins With Feeling Something To Prove | NBC Sports Washington

Darby understands why he was forced to sign another one-year contract. He knows he has to put together a full season of good football – while staying healthy – for a team to make a long-term commitment. Although his new contract doesn’t guarantee him anything after the 2020 season, Darby is confident he can return to the solid cornerback he was a few seasons ago.

Five Things To Know About Ronald Darby | Redskins.com

After an illustrious academic career that included ACC defensive rookie of the year, three conference championships and a BCS national title, Darby was drafted by the Buffalo Bills with the 50th pick in 2014. He immediately stood out, both in the team and around the NFL.

NFL 2020 Draft: 8 jobs to do | NFL.com

The Dolphins need a young quarterback to build themselves. If the Bengals choose Joe Burrow as first overall and the Redskins select Chase Young second, then the Lions could take advantage with Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert still on the board and Miami in good position to make an offer with its capital project stock.

Speedy Florida BC C.J. Henderson is a quick lift | Fanspeak.com

It starts with his elite athletics, like the 6 foot 1 inch 204 pound junior tested in the 80th percentile or better in five categories, according to MockDraftable. Once you’ve added his play ability and overall cover skills, you can see why the scouts and analysts are forgiving his perceived lack of tackle ability.

Ohio State Guard Jonah Jackson Could Be a Beginner on Day 3 | Fanspeak.com

Jackson will likely not hear his name until day 2, at the earliest, but his consistency and positional flexibility make him a relatively safe choice, regardless of which round he chooses.

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