The NFL has released the official order of draft picks for the upcoming NFL Draft, in which the Redskins will have seven picks. You can find the master list of picks at SB Nation, but here is a run down of the picks belonging to the Redskins. Keep in mind that this is only the order that the Draft will start off with, as draft day trades could still shake things up a considerable amount.
The trade with the St. Louis Rams left the Redskins with just one pick in the first two rounds, but of course, that is the second overall pick where they are projected to take either Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III.
Their next pick is the sixth in the third round, 69th overall.
They will have two picks in the fourth round as a result of the Jason Campbell trade. Their own is at 102nd overall and the pick they acquire from the Raiders is just seven picks later at 109th overall.
They have the sixth overall again in the fifth round at 141st overall.
They had to give up a sixth round pick to get Tim Hightower from the Cardinals, but they still have a pick belonging originally to the Vikings in that round, 173rd overall.
Finally, they have just one pick in the 7th round, their own at 213th overall.
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