Determined to fix their problematic secondary, the Washington Redskins continue to hold discussions with top defensive backs on the market.
An in-depth look at three more players who could help Washington's secondary improve.
Defensive backs could help team upgrade a struggling secondary.
Many holes remain on a unit that ranked second-worst in the league in points allowed.
Growing up as the third of four active boys, Virginia Tech cornerback and NFL draft prospect Kyle Fuller knows a thing or two about competition.
Jim Haslett highlighted re-signing DeAngelo Hall as an offseason priority, but it remains unclear where the team stands on the other starting cornerback, Josh Wilson.
With the coaching staff in place, the attention turns to talent evaluation and roster construction.
With many of the NFL’s top wide receivers coming in bigger and stronger packages in recent years, the league has started to trending toward defensive backs of similar molds.
Mark Bullock takes a look at who from the defense should stay or be upgraded or replaced, regardless of if the Redskins run a 3-4, 4-3 or hybrid system.
Now 12 games into his rookie season, cornerback David Amerson notices improved comfort and understanding on the field.