The Washington Redskins signed their first two draft picks of their 2012 class by signing seventh-round draft picks cornerback Richard Crawford and safety Jordan Bernstine on Friday.
Crawford played his college football at SMU. He started in 26 of 27 games played while with the Mustangs. During that time, he recorded 106 tackles, posted six interceptions, defended 21 passes and forced two fumbles in his collegiate career.
Bernstine played his college football at Iowa. He made 11 starts, all in his senior year, in the 44 games he played for the Hawkeyes. He finished his college career with 108 tackles, one sack, one interception, three passes defended, and one forced and recovered fumble.
The Redskins do hope that these two players do provide more depth to a secondary that was suspect at times during the 2011 NFL season.
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