Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins has the NFL’s No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
The Redskins selected receiver Jordan Matthews with the No. 14 pick.
Matthews is the first Redskins player to be drafted since 2008.
Washington drafted Matthews with a No. 12 pick in 2009.
Washington’s 2018 draft class was headlined by linebacker Shaq Lawson and wide receiver Pierre Garcon, both of whom were selected by the Browns.
Washington is one of the NFL teams to select running back Royce Freeman in the first round.
Washington will pick in Round 3, with the sixth overall pick.
The Cowboys, Eagles and Giants have the best odds of landing the No, 1 overall selection.
The Washington Redskins have not been able to draft a running back since the 2007 draft, but they have drafted the No 1 running back in their draft history.
Washington will draft running back Pierre Garrelts No. 2 overall pick with the fifth pick.
Garrelt is the No 7 overall running back drafted by the Cowboys.
Washington selected running back Terrance West in the fifth round.
Washington acquired wide receiver Jordan Reed with the second pick in a trade with the Cleveland Browns.
Reed was the No 3 overall selection in the 2016 draft.
Washington signed tight end Jordan Reed to a one-year, $1.1 million contract.
Reed has played in just four games with the Redskins this season, averaging 11.8 yards per reception.
Reed, a 6-foot-3, 270-pound tight end, was the third-round pick in 2015 and has spent his entire career with the New Orleans Saints.
Ree was one of five players drafted by Washington in the top 10 of the 2017 draft.
Reed is the second-leading receiver in NFL history.
Reed caught 59 passes for 794 yards and three touchdowns for the Saints in 2016.
Washington has not drafted a wide receiver since 2007.
The Dallas Cowboys selected receiver Tyler Lockett in the second round.
Lockett is the sixth-leading wide receiver in Cowboys history.
Lockett has not caught a pass since the 2016 season.
Washington is one game away from picking Lockett.
Washington had the No 2 overall selection last year in the third round.
The Chicago Bears selected wide receiver Kevin White with the first pick in 2017.
White is the fourth-leading receivers in NFL History.
White caught 59 catches for 896 yards and five touchdowns for Chicago in 2016 and was a second-round selection in 2015.
White has only caught 11 passes in his career and will be eligible to return to the Bears practice squad in 2019.
Washington was the second team in the NFL to draft receiver Damarious Randall in the fourth round.
Randall is the 10th-leading receiving receiver in league history.
Randall has not played in a game since 2016 and is a free agent.
The Detroit Lions selected receiver Jalen Richard with the third pick in this year’s draft.
Richard is the top-ranked wide receiver and second-highest-rated player in the draft class.
Richard has caught 73 passes for 1,079 yards and 11 touchdowns for Michigan in 2017 and was drafted in the seventh round by the Cleveland Indians in 2016 out of Alabama.
Richard was the sixth player drafted by Detroit in the last six years.
Detroit selected wide receivers Calvin Ridley and Amari Cooper in the sixth round and wide receivers Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Kevin White in the eighth rounds.
White was the fifth wide receiver drafted by Minnesota in the No 11 draft.
White was the first wide receiver selected by Minnesota since 2013.
Washington picked wide receiver Josh Doctson in the ninth round.
Doctson is the fifth-leading rookie wide receiver.
Doctss is a sixth-ranked player in NFLhistory.
Washington did not draft wide receiver A.J. Jenkins in the next round.
Jenkins has not been drafted since 2013 and will become an unrestricted free agent next summer.
Washington took safety Kenny Phillips in the 11th round.
Phillips is the third safety selected in the class.
Phillips was the fourth safety selected by Washington since 2013, and was the seventh safety selected overall by Washington.
Phillip is the seventh overall safety selected.
Washington also picked wide receivers Damarious Whitehead and Ha Ha Ford-Williams in the 20th round, while also adding cornerback Brandon Scherff in the 25th round to its defensive line.
Phillipps and Whitehead were the only Washington wide receivers drafted in 2017, and the first Washington safety drafted since 2012.
PhillIPs has not started a game in 2017 after being selected in Round 1.
Washington has a number of other safety prospects, including safety Malik McDowell, linebacker Josh Bynes, cornerback Kyle Fuller, safety Tyron Smith, safety Jabari Gorman and safety Jalen Reeves-Maybin.
Phillies and Whiteheads combined for just two interceptions last season.
Phillis has missed all but one game of his college career.
Phillides was the starting middle linebacker for the Washington Redskins last season, and Washington signed him