In response to many inquiries and to correct some misstatements that are floating around out there:
The Washington Redskins have at least six and probably seven picks in the draft Here is the breakdown:
Round 1--Their own pick, the 10th overall.
Round 2--Their own pick, 41st overall.
Round 5--Their own pick (position of the rest of the picks to be determined)
Round 5-- The Saints' pick from the Jammal Brown trade.
Round 6--Their own pick
Round 7--Their own pick
Round 7--From the Colts for Justin Tryon
A couple of caveats are in order here. I have read in some places that the pick from the Saints in the Brown trade was a sixth-rounder. That is in conflict with what I originally understood about the parameters of the trade. I'm fairly confident that it is a fifth but that could change.
Also, the pick for Tryon could be a sixth or it could possibly be in another draft. The only information that anyone could find is that he was traded to the Colts for an undisclosed draft pick. We won't find out for sure until the entire official draft order is released. Most assumed at the time that the trade was for a seventh-round pick. But if there were any conditions attached they should be favorable to the Redskins. Tryon played in 12 games for the Colts, starting six.
The third-round pick went to the Saints in they Jammal Brown trade, meaning that the Redskins acquired him for a swap of draft picks. Washington will end up dropping about 80 spots to get Brown. If he does not sign a new contract, the deal will end up being a one-year rental.
The fourth-round pick will close out the Donovan McNabb deal. It is likely that the Redskins will, once again, see one of their draft picks used by another team that was traded away for a player who no longer is on the team.
The Redskins could acquire more picks either by trading down or by trading away players such as McNabb or Albert Haynesworth.