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Old 03-05-2007, 02:52 PM   #1
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Redskins Draft History Since 1999

Some guy named Steve put this together and LaCanfora posted it on his blog. I have no comments really regarding it, just thought it was a good one-stop source (parts may be a bit incomplete, but you get the idea):

1999 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 5 From Carolina as compensation for Sean Gilbert, traded to New Orleans for picks #12, 71, 107, 144, 179, 218 and picks #2 and 64 in 2000
1 7 From Chicago for picks #71, 106, 143, took Champ Bailey
1 11 Traded to Minnesota for Brad Johnson
1 12 From New Orleans for #5 pick, traded to Chicago for #7 pick
2 37 From Chicago for picks #40, 144, took Jon Jansen
2 40 Traded to Chicago for pick #37
3 71 From New Orleans for pick #5, then traded to Chicago
3 73 Traded to Minnesota for Brad Johnson
4 106 Traded to Chicago for pick #7
4 107 From New Orleans for pick #5, took Nate Stimson
5 143 Traded to Chicago for pick #7
5 144 From New Orleans for pick #5, traded to Chicago for pick #37
5 165 From Denver for picks #179, 218, took Derek Smith
6 179 From New Orleans for pick #5, traded to Denver for pick #165
6 181 Jeff Hall
7 217 Tim Alexander
7 218 From New Orleans for pick #5, traded to Denver for pick #165
NFL.com - Draft History

2000 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 2 From New Orleans for #5 pick in 1999, took LaVar Arrington
1 3 From San Francisco for pick #12, 24, took Chris Samuels
1 12 From Carolina as compensation for Sean Gilbert, traded to San Francisco for pick #3
1 24 To San Francisco for pick #3
2 56 To Minnesota for Brad Johnson in 1999 trade
3 64 From New Orleans in trade for Redskins 1999 #5 pick
3 87 To Chicago for their 1999 #7 pick
4 119 Traded to San Francisco for...
4 129 Compensatory pick, took Michael Moore
5 154 Traded to San Francisco for...
5 155 From Minnesota for...
6 192 Traded to Philadelphia for
6 202 Compensatory pick, took Todd Husak
7 216 From Pittsburgh for...
7 231 Traded to Denver for...
7 250 Compensatory pick, took Ethan Howell
NFL.com - Draft History

2001 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 15 Rod Gardner
2 45 Fred Smoot
3 77 To Kansas City as compensation for Marty Schottenheimer
4 109 Sage Rosenfels
5 145 To St. Louis for their #154 and 186 picks
5 154 From St. Louis, took Darnerien McCants
6 177 Trade to Miami for...
6 186 From St. Louis, took Mario Mounds
7 215 Traded to Denver for...
7 224 From Miami, traded to San Francisco...
NFL.com - Draft History
2002 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 18 Traded to Oakland for their #21 and 89 picks
1 21 Traded to New England for their #32, 96 and 234 picks
1 32 From New England, took Patrick Ramsey
2 52 To Baltimore for their #56, 87, and 159 picks
2 56 From Baltimore, took Ladell Betts
3 79 From Jacksonville for picks #89 and 118, took Rashad Bauman
3 84 To Kansas City (then to St. Louis) as compensation for Marty Schottenheimer
3 87 From Baltimore for pick #52, took Cliff Russell
3 89 From Oakland to Jacksonville for pick 79
3 96 To Baltimore for their #56, 87, and 159 picks
4 118 To Jacksonville for pick #79
5 154 To NY Jets for David Loverne
5 159 Andre Lott
5 160 From NY Jets in trade for David Loverne, took Robert Royal
6 192 Reggie Coleman
7 230 Jeff Grau
7 234 From New England for pick #21, took Greg Scott
7 257 Compensatory pick, took Rock Cartwright
NFL.com - Draft History

2003 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 13 To Jets as compensation for RFA Laveranues Coles
2 44 Taylor Jacobs
3 75 To New England for their 3 rd and a 5 th round picks
3 81 From New England, took Derrick Dockery
4 107 To St. Louis in a trade for Trung Candidate
5 140 From New England, to Jets as compensation for RFA Chad Morton
5 144 To Detroit in trade for Brendan Stai in Aug 2002
6 185 To Green Bay as compensation for RFA Matt Bowen
7 226 To Miami as compensation for RFA Jermaine Haley
7 232 Gibran Hamdan
NFL.com - Draft History

2004 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 5 Sean Taylor
2 41 To Denver for Clinton Portis
3 72 Traded to Jacksonville for Mark Brunell
3 81 From New Orleans to take Chris Cooley
4 104 To New England for two 2003 picks
5 139 To New Orleans in Cooley trade
5 151 From New Orleans in Cooley trade, took Mark Wilson
6 171 Traded to Denver for Lionel Dalton in Aug 2003
6 180 From Chicago in trade for Bryan Johnson, took Jim Molinaro
7 240 Traded to New Orleans for Martin Chase in Aug 2003
NFL.com - Draft History

2005 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 9 Carlos Rogers
1 25 From Denver, took Jason Campbell in 2005
2 40 To New Orleans to take Chris Cooley in 2004
3 76 To Denver to take Jason Campbell in 2005
4 112 To Minnesota for their picks #120 and 154
4 120 Manuel White
5 146 To Philadelphia for James Thrash
5 154 Robert McCune
6 183 Jared Newberry
7 222 Nehemiah Broughton
NFL.com - Draft History

2006 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 22 To Denver to take Jason Campbell in 2005
2 35 From Jets to take Rocky McIntosh
2 53 Traded to Jets for pick #35 pick, took Rocky McIntosh
3 84 To 49ers for Brandon Lloyd
4 119 To Denver to take Jason Campbell in 2005
5 153 Anthony Montgomery
6 173 From Jets for Patrick Ramsey, took Reed Doughty
6 189 Traded to Jets to get #53 pick, took Rocky McIntosh
6 196 From Carolina for Rod Gardner, took Kedric Golston
7 230 Kili Lefotu
NFL.com - Draft Tracker

2007 Draft
Round Pick Results
1 6
2 Traded to Jets to get #53 pick in 2006, took Rocky McIntosh
3 To Denver for TJ Duckett in 3 team trade
4 To 49ers for Brandon Lloyd
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Denver also gets a 4 th round pick in 2008
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Man, it sure would be nice to have that second round pick this year.

Can we give Rocky to the Jets and get it back?
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How would you like to be Charlie Casserly? He pulls that brilliant move with New Orleans and does the Sean Gilbert thing - a guy who never did diddly-poo as far as I can remember (those DTs will really let you down), leaving us in the catbird's seat for two years. Then, he gets fired instead of Norville. Life's not fair.

Writing this reminded me that no one who watched this team in the mid-90s can possibly think that we suffer from poor DT play. We remember what that looks like and last year wasn't even close.
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Old 03-06-2007, 08:40 PM   #4
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Writing this reminded me that no one who watched this team in the mid-90s can possibly think that we suffer from poor DT play. We remember what that looks like and last year wasn't even close.
Those were some tough years defensively, no doubt.

You must have missed the last game against Tiki and the Giants. What about how Stephen Jackson and the lowly Rams bitch-slapped us and jammed it down our throats? There were plenty other times when running backs treated us like Sherman marching to Atlanta.

#27 against the run and #31 overall -- That's pretty smelly, too you know.

Anyone know of a website where you can get stats from like 10 years ago? I'd be willing to bet that 2006 was about as bad as it ever got during the Norv years.
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Those were some tough years defensively, no doubt.

You must have missed the last game against Tiki and the Giants. What about how Stephen Jackson and the lowly Rams bitch-slapped us and jammed it down our throats? There were plenty other times when running backs treated us like Sherman marching to Atlanta.

#27 against the run and #31 overall -- That's pretty smelly, too you know.

Anyone know of a website where you can get stats from like 10 years ago? I'd be willing to bet that 2006 was about as bad as it ever got during the Norv years.
What sort of stats are you looking for?
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Overall offensive, defensive stats, -- like where we ranked against the run in 1997, that sort of thing.
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The 2001 Draft pissses me off the most - we needed a guard that year and I remember the analysts saying Steve Hutchinson keeps falling and the Redskins had a chance to take him but instead they take WR Rod Gardner instead.
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Overall offensive, defensive stats, -- like where we ranked against the run in 1997, that sort of thing.
Well this gives overall offensive/defensive stats

Washington Redskins - pro-football-reference.com

I know there's a more detailed site, but I'm drawing a blank on which it is
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Those were some tough years defensively, no doubt.

You must have missed the last game against Tiki and the Giants. What about how Stephen Jackson and the lowly Rams bitch-slapped us and jammed it down our throats? There were plenty other times when running backs treated us like Sherman marching to Atlanta.

#27 against the run and #31 overall -- That's pretty smelly, too you know.

Anyone know of a website where you can get stats from like 10 years ago? I'd be willing to bet that 2006 was about as bad as it ever got during the Norv years.

I have two words: Dexter Nottage.
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OK, Dexter Nottage was a 6th round draft pick out of Florida A&M. You were expecting Merlin Olsen?

Look, if your point is that defensive tackles are a big gamble, fine. But what player isn't? It doesn't mean you ignore the position. For too long this organization has looked at the D-line as an afterthought.

Did you roll your eyes and cuss out the 49ers when they drafted Dana Stubblefield and Bryant Young one right after the other? How about Jacksonville with Marcus Stroud and John Henderson?

Seriously, what is it with you and drafting D-tackles?
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Didn't we draft two DT's just last year?
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Didn't we draft two DT's just last year?
Yes, one of which played pretty damn well for a rookie and started quite a few games for us, and another one that I know started one game for us, and has some potential. Thats really why i'd rather go DE with our first pick (assumign we keep it) vs DT.
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Didn't we draft two DT's just last year?
Yeah, in the 5th and 6th round -- the first set of DTs by this front office EVER. If you're satisfied with that, great. That's not quite the commitment I'd like to see.
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Well prior to last year they had addressed DT with free agents, so it wasn't exactly a pressing need in the draft.

Last year it was and they took two DTs accordingly. Just saying, for all the crying about the lack of focus on the DL in the draft, they did just draft two guys last year and they'll likely draft at least another one this year.
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Yes, one of which played pretty damn well for a rookie and started quite a few games for us, and another one that I know started one game for us, and has some potential. Thats really why i'd rather go DE with our first pick (assumign we keep it) vs DT.
I honestly don't know how anyone who paid any attention could look at the four guys who played at that position last year, who got trampled and gashed all year long, who led us to the #27 ranking in the NFL against the run, cannot admit that we have a serious problem in the middle of the D-line.

It would be as insane to say that we could go another year with Archuleta, Wright, Rumph and Rogers in the secondary.
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