ASHBURN, Va. (AP) - General manager Bruce Allen says the Washington Redskins have "no gaping holes" on their roster despite coming off a 3-13 season.
Allen indicated Tuesday that the Redskins will approach this week's draft more with an eye on how it might improve the team for 2015.
The Redskins currently don't have a first round pick, having traded it as part of the deal that helped them draft Robert Griffin III two years ago.
Allen says it's "unlikely" that the Redskins will trade up into Thursday's first round. He says "in theory" he would like to trade down and get more picks.
Taking a more visible role is director of player personnel Scott Campbell, who says the scouts are inspired with the change in structure following the departure of Mike Shanahan.