The Washington Redskins are prepared to pay a significant amount to the St. Louis Rams so they can move up to the No. 2 pick in April’s draft and position themselves to land Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III. But just how hefty a bounty the Redskins are able to hand over could hinge largely on the team’s success in free agency next month. And if the Redskins are unable to make the necessary move to get Griffin, the sentiment is that Texas A&M’s Ryan Tannehill is another quarterback that Washington is high on. ... The Redskins, according to people with knowledge of the situation, are willing to pay a handsome price that would include two first-round picks – this year’s sixth overall and next year’s top pick – as well as other picks in the upper to mid-round range.St. Louis would be stupid not to take that deal, if offered. And this is my nightmare.