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Redskins coach Jay Gruden said that cornerback DeAngelo Hall bruised his back, and didn't suffer a more serious injury, when he landed on his back at the end of a play in one-on-one drill in the red zone Sunday morning.

E.J. Biggers said he's happy to remain a versatile contributor for the secondary, unsure if he'll have a more defined role this season.

Third-year player Richard Crawford, recovered from ACL surgery, in battle for role in return game and secondary.

The Redskins have waived injured cornerback Courtney Bridget Jr., who will need shoulder surgery, coach Jay Gruden said.

Porter: “Not being able to practice, it forced me to focus on a different aspect of the game, and that’s getting mental reps ... Having an injury forced me to sharpen my mind."

Ryan Clark among those mentoring David Amerson, who'll line up at cornerback alongside DeAngelo Hall.

With 10 NFL seasons under his belt, DeAngelo Hall knows that he’s closer to the end of his career than the start of it. But he fully believes that he still ranks among the best cornerbacks in the league.

After spending the offseason working their way back into form following surgical procedures, cornerbacks Richard Crawford and Tracy Porter on Wednesday received clearance to practice when the Redskins open training camp on Thursday.

In anticipation of the upcoming battles in training camp, Insider readers are selecting the final 53. Cornerback has a crowd of competition.

After showing promise in 2012, the team showed needs at both spots in 2013 and moved to fill them in 2014. Does that leave Crawford without a job?

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