Dwayne Haskins is not happy he slid to the Washington Redskins at the 15th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The Ohio State passer was anticipated by many to be the second quarterback off the board after Kyler Murray went first overall to the Arizona Cardinals, but the New York Giants picked Daniel Jones sixth. Haskins fell out of the top 10, joining the Redskins, but he is now determined to prove his worth in the NFL.

The 2019 NFL regular season will be here before you know it.  In early April, the preseason schedules for 2019 were unveiled and we're now just hours away from the regular-season schedule release. What do we know about the Redskins 2019 schedule thus far? How many primetime games will the Redskins have in 2019?

Former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray scheduled a visit with the Washington Redskins, and Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins will meet with the New York Giants this week. Murray is projected to be a top-10 draft pick, with speculation the Arizona Cardinals want the Heisman Trophy winner with the No. 1 overall pick. Haskins, one of the top quarterback prospects available in this month's draft, has already worked out for the Oakland Raiders and visited with the Denver Broncos and Redskins.

Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray had a pre-draft visit with the New York Giants on Thursday and will reportedly head to an NFC East rival next. Multiple outlets reported the Giants visit, and Murray posted a photo on social media of the outside of the team's facility. The MMQB reported Murray also will visit the Washington Redskins next week.

Report: Haskins meeting with five teams, including Redskins originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com Ohio State Quarterback Dwayne Haskins has reportedly scheduled a visit with the Redskins in the coming days as next month's draft draws near. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that Haskins has scheduled workouts with the Oakland Raiders and the Miami Dolphins, and has visits lined up with with the aforementioned Redskins, as well as the Denver Broncos and the New York Giants. The Redskins have been linked to Haskins for some time now, and have reported interest if the dominoes fall in their favor.

The Washington Redskins have signed offensive tackle Ereck Flowers to a $4 million, one-year contract. Flowers becomes Washington's new swing tackle behind Trent Williams and Morgan Moses after Ty Nsekhe left to sign with the Buffalo Bills. The team announced the deal with Flowers on Monday after agreeing to terms with receiver Brian Quick and finalizing a two-year contract with running back Adrian Peterson.

Camden, Landon Collins' precocious young son, sought clarification on the day's agenda while tugging at the white-ish blue jeans with purposely-large holes worn by the Redskins new safety. The day at Redskins Park began hours before Thursday's 2 p.m. press conference with behind the scenes meetings, introductions to members of the organization and presumably the signing of a six-year, $84 million contract. Now a smaller group of reporters encircled Washington's splashiest off-season acquisition at the back of the auditorium inside Redskins Park for more questions.

The Redskins could be the next team to star in HBO's 'Hard Knocks' originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com Fans could soon get an inside look into the Washington Redskins franchise. The Redskins are on the shortlist to be featured on HBO's hit show, "Hard Knocks," According to the Washington Times. The Oakland Raiders, New York Giants, Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers are also on the shortlist.

Redskins set to select No. overall pick in 2019 NFL Draft originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com The Washington Redskins were blanked 24-0 by the Eagles in the season finale, ending the 2018 campaign with a 7-9 record. With the focus now shifting to the offseason, the Redskins know that they will have the No.

This is what it's come to for the Washington Redskins: Their fourth quarterback of a once-promising, now-lost season, Josh Johnson, will be making his first NFL start since 2011 and spent time playing the ''Madden NFL'' video game to try to pick up something about his new teammates. Between Washington's Johnson and Jacksonville's Cody Kessler, the two QBs have a combined career mark of 1-14 as NFL starters. Johnson is 0-5 and hadn't even thrown a pass in a game in seven years until coming in to replace Mark Sanchez in the second half of Washington's 40-16 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.

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