STL Draft Talk: Redskins 2019 Draft Recap

Van and Connor Livesay break down the #Redskins 2019 draft. Is Haskins going to avoid a career ending leg injury? Can Montez Sweat overcome his health issues and give a heart to the defense? Will the 2 lineman drafted by Washington flourish or falter with their young QB? Find out today in the #SportsTalkline Draft Talk.

STL Draft Talk is a weekly sports show that features exciting new writers from around the league. Since the draft ended we’ll be covering NFL Teams in great detail, discussing how the off-season is shaping up, how free agency is panning out, and how each team can use its resources to forge a new future.

Dwayne Haskins, QB – 1:15
Montez Sweat, DE – 2:30
Terry McLaurin, WR- 5:00
Bryce Love, RB – 6:20
Wes Martin, OL- 7:45
Ross Pierschbacher, OL- 8:38
Cole Holcomb, LB – 9:05
Kelvin Harmon, WR- 12:00
Jimmy Moreland, CB – 13:55
Jordan Brailford, DE – 14:50

Draft Grade/Overall Review – 15:45

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