Eric Berry to visit the Redskins Posted by Michael David Smith on March 30, 2010 12:03 PM ET Draft boards around the NFL are still being configured and reconfigured, but the general consensus is that Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford will be the top pick, and defensive tackles Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy are next. After those three, Tennessee safety Eric Berry may be the No. 4 prospect, so it's no surprise that the team with the No. 4 overall pick is showing some interest. Jason Reid of the Washington Post reports that Berry is scheduled to visit the Redskins beginning Wednesday night and extending to Thursday at Redskins Park. In an interesting twist to his report, Reid suggests that the Redskins really covet Bradford -- so much that they may even be thinking of drafting Berry as "part of something bigger to acquire the rights to Bradford." Reid doesn't offer any details on how that "something bigger" would transpire, but it's certainly not unprecedented for the first overall pick and the fourth overall pick to be traded after they're drafted -- that's exactly what happened in 2004 after the Chargers drafted Eli Manning and then traded him to the Giants for Philip Rivers. Of course, it's also possible that the Redskins just want to visit with Berry because drafting him could improve their secondary.