Late Thursday night, Washington will be back on the clock, providing the Burgundy and Gold its best opportunity this offseason to improve a roster stuck in neutral. After consecutive 7-9 seasons, and great uncertainty at quarterback with Alex Smith likely out all of 2019-and with his contract making potential free agent moves for other players much more difficult — the Skins have a lot to fix. (Special teams, led by Tress Way — whose 41 punts downed inside the opponents’ 20-yard-line last season led the NFL — look solid going into 2019, at least on paper.) Washington goes into the draft with the 15th pick in the first round, and nine picks overall in the seven-round selection process, with four compensatory picks, including one after the third round. Washington tried to address at least some of its biggest deficiencies by signing former Giants safety Landon Collins to an $84 million free agent contract, and trading for former Broncos starting quarterback Case Keenum in…



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