Having apparently settled their wide receiver problem to their satisfaction, the Redskins have turned their attention to the back end of their defense.
Per John Keim of the Washington Examiner
The Redskins aren't the only competitor for Ross' services, as he was scheduled to visit the Bengals earlier this week.
Ross's great advantage is durability. He played 31combined regular season games in 2010 and 2011. He also recorded career-highs in interceptions and tackles (4 and 47, respectively) while gaining his second Super Bowl ring with the Giants.
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