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NFL: Top 10 Fantasy Winners from the Draft

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It came as a surprise to no one when the Redskins announced the selection of Trent Williams with the No. 4 pick. Washington fans breathed a sigh of relief, confident that their offseason quarterback acquisition would stay upright.

I also like the addition of tight end Dennis Morris from Louisiana Tech, who figures to assume the role of fullback with Fred Davis and Chris Cooley firmly entrenched as the team’s top tight-end options. Morris’ addition should aid the re-tooled running game, not to mention stall a few blitzes, in Mike Shanahan’s Washington debut. — Mike Harmon

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