The first round of the 2016 NFL Draft got extended just a bit for the Washington Redskins, as they swapped their 21st overall pick with the Houston Texans, who were set to pick right behind them at No. 22.
Washington got their man one pick later in former TCU wide receiver Josh Doctson, who left Fort Worth, Texas, with the most receiving yards in school history (2,785), and in a single game (267).
Just the thought of Doctson being able to put up those kinds of numbers for the Redskins has his new big brothers salivating and excited for the possibilities.
Last, but certainly not least, Doctson's new signal-caller, Kirk Cousins, cannot wait to start launching footballs in his vicinity.