NFL Draft 2011 Second Round Time, TV Schedule: Redskins Have Two Picks

The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft is now complete, and the Redskins ended up with Purdue's Ryan Kerrigan. Now, we turn our attention to the second round, which will take place Friday night. The second round will begin at 6 p.m., and we'll go all night until the second and third rounds of the draft are complete. There will be seven minutes between picks in the second round, and that number drops to five in the third round.

As of right now, the Redskins own two second-round picks and no third-round picks. The Redskins had the No. 41 overall selection, and acquired the No. 49 overall pick from the Jacksonville Jaguars as a throw-in to trading down six spots. There are reports that the Redskins are looking to move down again and get a third-round pick, which would certainly make sense.

The Redskins could certainly target a number of players at either spot. They still need a quarterback, and could use some help on the offensive and defensive lines. They also could use a running back or a wide receiver, and there are several of both possibly available, including local products Torrey Smith and Ryan Williams. We'll find out for sure starting at 6 on ESPN.

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