The Redskins defensive coordinator says David Amerson, Phillip Thomas and Baccari Rambo are developing, and with "more time on the grass" will contribute, and possibly start.
The Washington Redskins returned to the practice field today for the first session of their mandatory minicamp, which is scheduled to run Tuesday through Thursday.
With return of Brian Orakpo, Brandon Meriweather and Adam Carriker, members of the Redskins defense are convinced last season's struggles will be left behind.
By bringing the second-round cornerback into the fold, Washington has now signed six of its seven draft picks.
By signing fourth-round pick Phillip Thomas, the Redskins have all but their second- and third-round picks under contract.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall says he realizes his contract was part of the reason the Redskins were in a tight financial situation, and was eager to re-sign for less when he got the chance to come back.
The Washington Redskins went safety again, taking Georgia’s Bacarri Rambo with the 191st pick of the NFL draft.
Can the Redskins expect to land an immediate starter if they use the 51st pick on a safety? We look at how second-round safeties have performed.
Cornerback D.J. Hayden nearly died from an injury suffered during a practice at Houston last season. That won't stop him from getting drafted, and he could be available when the Redskins pick at No. 51.
The Redskins' need at safety matches well with a deep draft class at the position.