The Washington Post

As it’s been a common theme throughout the season for the Redskins, Washington will have its depth tested once again at the cornerback position on Sunday against the New York Giants. First it started with Thursday’s practice when Chris Culliver tore his anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament. On Friday, Bashaud Breeland did not practice […]

The Redskins could once again be thin at cornerback.

Washington can get its passing game going on Sunday by exploiting something that worked for them in Week 3, and has worked for other teams recently.



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