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Washington Football Team 2021 Mock Draft: September Edition

  • The Draft Network
  • September 15, 2020
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The Washington Football Team has a big year ahead of them. The team needs to assess the competency of young quarterback Dwayne Haskins and ensure they move forward from here to do everything possible to surround him with the best supporting cast. The opportunities to do that this year have come and gone, but next offseason offers plenty of chances to make the infrastructure around their quarterback more sturdy. How might the team go about doing it?

Here's one scenario that includes a trade-back opportunity in the 2021 NFL Draft's first round.

Full 7-round mock with explanations are below:

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