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Report: Redskins listening to offers for No. 2 pick

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The top of the 2020 NFL Draft could be shaken up.

The Washington Redskins have started fielding trade calls for the No. 2 overall pick, sources told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

While the Redskins are listening to offers, they "aren't intent" on moving down from the selection, which they're widely projected to use on former Ohio State pass-rusher Chase Young, added Rapoport.

It's unclear if teams are targeting a move for Young or a quarterback such as Tua Tagovailoa or Justin Herbert. Other players projected to go in the top five are linebacker Isaiah Simmons, cornerback Jeff Okudah, and offensive tackle Jedrick Wills Jr.

Washington is considered unlikely to target a quarterback with the selection after using last year's first-round pick on Dwayne Haskins.

The NFC East club is beginning a new era under first-year head coach Ron Rivera, so it could choose to sell the No. 2 pick for more assets to fuel its rebuild instead of using it on one blue-chip prospect.

The three-day draft is scheduled to begin Thursday.

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