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In today’s mailbag, we examine David Amerson’s sophomore slump, take a look back at some history, and of course, talk a little Robert Griffin III.

Despite an apparent demotion, Redskins cornerback is aiming for improved consistency and play-making ability.

Things are starting to take shape on some fronts, but many questions remain across the board. We’re sifting through a number of those questions this week in the Mailbag.

Redskins defensive coordinator says cornerback, whose stock slid in 2014, has been ‘outstanding’ in offseason work.

As Washington begins its second round of offseason practices, readers want to know how much the star wide receiver's absence mattered, how the quarterback looked and what we can glean from non-contact workouts anyway.

After signing prospective starter Chris Culliver in free agency, Washington turns to draft for more depth, durability at cornerback

Mike Jones answers readers' questions about what Washington plans for the draft following the early foray into free agency, plus whether Robert Griffin III will be traded and whether David Amerson will become a safety.

After a season in which the secondary struggled, we look back at how four of the Redskins' cornerbacks performed.

The defensive coordinator said last week's miscues came with the Redskins in simple coverages installed in training camp, but there were disconnects anyway.

On long touchdowns and even on one of their interceptions, Washington's defense seemed to have players duplicating assignments, not knowing the defense called or miscommunicating. Take a look.

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