The Washington Redskins announced that they have signed their two seventh-round draft picks, cornerback Richard Crawford and safety Jordan Bernstine, to contracts.
The team also waived running back Michael Shaw, an undrafted rookie out of Michigan, after one rookie minicamp practice.
The Redskins selected Crawford out of SMU with the 213th overall pick. Then, four picks later, they selected Bernstine out of Iowa. Terms of the deals weren’t immediately available, but the contracts for seventh-round picks generally are worth a little more than $2 million over four years.
Crawford and Bernstine are the first of Washington’s draft picks to agree to terms on deals.