WASHINGTON (106.7 The Fan) -- Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder has "taken over the first round of the draft," a source tells 106.7 The Fan's Grant Paulsen as rumors swirl heavily about the team moving up in the draft to select a quarterback.
The last time Snyder commandeered a first-round pick, the Redskins traded two future first-round picks along with a second-round pick to move up to No. 2, where they selected Robert Griffin III.
The Redskins are denying this on the record.
Earlier Wednesday, ESPN's Dianna Russini reported the Redskins had no plans to trade for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen. The Redskins were previously believed to be one of the likeliest landing spots for Rosen if the Cardinals took Kyler Murray with the first overall pick and made Rosen available.
However, it now appears the Redskins will try to address their QB problem in the first round of the draft.
"This decision is going to come down to, and be made by, president Bruce Allen and owner Dan Snyder," Russini said on ESPN. "They're the ones making the call on where they want to go with this pick. And the name I keep hearing is Dwayne Haskins."
NFL Network's Mike Garafolo additionally reports the Redskins have explored moving into the top five. The New York Jets -- who have a quarterback and pick behind the 49ers, who have Jimmy Garoppolo, at No. 2 -- are shopping the third overall pick in the draft.
By Grant Paulsen and Craig Hoffman