One thing that the Washington Redskins need to improve it seems is their secondary, which is actually the most loaded position they have. That’s not saying much, as the team basically has holes everywhere, but if there’s one thing that needs fortifying more than rebuilding, it’s the secondary.
This is why it’s not a surprise that the Redskins have reached out to free agent defensive back Captain Munnerlyn.
Add Captain Munnerlyn to the list of DBs the #Redskins have inquired about.
— Mike Jones (@MikeJonesWaPo) March 10, 2014
Munnerlyn made a name for himself in Carolina and looks like he’d be a fit in the Redskins schemes. There was early talk of Washington being interested in Aqib Talib, given the fact that defensive backs coach Raheem Morris was his coach in Tampa Bay, but that seems to be a fading idea.
Munneryln comes from the NFC South as well and would be an affordable name that fits the bill for the Redskins growing defensive prowess. He’s far from a lock, but the Redskins certainly seem interested in trying to get him on board.