NFL Draft 2013: Washington Redskins to pick 19th in second round

How many hugs can Roger Goodell endure from all the burly offensive and defensive players expected to be selected in the first round? Last year, he embraced many first-round picks who took the stage and was nearly hugged into submission by the likes of Fletcher Cox, Dontari Poe and Melvin Ingram.10 Photos
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After sitting out Thursday's first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins are primed to jump into the fray on Friday during Friday's second round.

The Redskins will pick 19th in the second round of the draft and 51st overall. Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher ended up going 1st overall to the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday.

Washington was without a first round pick this year after swinging a deal to trade up to last year's 2nd overall pick. They used that selection, of course, to take quarterback Robert Griffin III.

The NFL Draft resumes Friday night at 6:30 p.m. at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

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