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Mike Jones answers readers' questions about where things stand in the secondary, some of the offseason moves, and how things work for the quarterback in the area of film study and protection calls.

The veteran cornerback will be a free agent, but defensive coordinator Jim Haslett called re-signing him an offseason priority.

The secondary has taken its lumps partially because of injury and partially because of inexperience. But their position coach said he still expects them to make plays.

With three preseason games worth of film on his pair of rookie defensive backs, cornerback David Amerson and free safety Bacarri Rambo, Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett remains encouraged.

Richard Crawford agreed with the Redskins' decision to sign and draft cornerbacks this offseason. But don't take that as a sign of resignation.

E.J. Biggers may be one of the new guys in the Washington Redskins secondary, but the fifth-year pro signed this offseason as a free agent from Tampa Bay, says that it doesn’t feel like it.

Left cornerback could be a three-way competition between E.J. Biggers, Richard Crawford and Chase Minnifield,

Redskins defensive backs coach and former Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris is interviewing to be the Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator.

Size and experience give him the edge to replace Cedric Griffin as third cornerback

With cornerback Cedric Griffin banished for the final four games of the season for the use of performance enhancing drugs, the Redskins appear likely to turn to rookie Richard Crawford in their nickel packages.

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