Will It Be RG3 In DC?

Dissatisfied with last year's mediocre performances of quarterbacks John Beck and Rex Grossman that garnered the team a 6-10 record, the Redskins executive management have gone back in the lab to devise a plan that will give them quarterback bragging rights.

The Redskins have the No.2 pick in this year's NFL draft.

“We confirmed with the St. Louis Rams that we have made a trade to acquire the second pick in the draft,” Skins general manager Bruce Allen said. “We thought it was important to get it done before free agency to allow us the proper planning of what we wanted to accomplish in free agency."

It's still anybody's guess who the Redskins will pick, but speculative reports suggest that Baylor standout, Robert Griffin III is a prime candidate, should Andrew Luck, also a highly sought after quarterback in the 2012 draft, not be available.

Allen is mum on the subject except to say, “We have done our homework on this entire draft. We feel very comfortable we’re going to get an excellent football player for the Washington Redskins at No. 2.”

The Redskins are no strangers to paying mega dollars to get the man they want.

The organization moved up four spots in what has been labeled one of the most expensive trades in draft history. The Rams now have the number six spot in the draft.

"We feel comfortable right now", added Allen.

**Breaking News**
Redskins release Mike Sellers.

Click here for more from Bruce Allen on the Redskins' game plan in this year's draft.

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