While it appears completely unlikely that Von Miller will slide to the No. 10 overall pick, meaning the trip is about as useful as a Frank Bush defensive scheme, the Redskins are bringing him in on Monday anyway. Perhaps they're thinking of trading up, or perhaps since the Washington front office is so obsessed with lawsuits, they had to make sure to reel in the only rookie in the entire draft pool to be a plaintiff in Brady vs. NFL.
Miller continues to be projected by most pundits to the Bills with the third overall pick. If by some stroke of miracles he wound up as a Redskin (and seeing as how they pick ahead of the Texans, it would be a completely unsurprising miracle given this city's recent penchant for getting teased and ultimately devastated), he would likely team up with Brian Orakpo to create a pair of 3-4 pass rushing linebackers that is every bit as menacing as DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer are for their in-division foes.
Or, he could just go to Buffalo. I mean, that does make more sense, doesn't it?