By By Ethan Cadeaux
The Redskins' cornerback group for the 2019 season is shaping up to be a solid mix of established veterans and a few young, but unproven players with potential.
It's no secret the cornerback position has been one of the weaker units for the Redskins in recent seasons. But in 2019, it could be a different story, depending on one key thing, according to NBC Sports Washington's Trevor Matich.
"It all depends on how the young guys do," Matich said.
The veterans in the Redskins' cornerback group are all well established.
"We know what we have in Josh Norman, one of the better corners in the league," Matich said. "They have experience in Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. They have Quinton Dunbar back from injury, and if he's fully healthy, he's one of the rising corners in the NFL."
Norman is locked in as one of the starting outside cornerbacks. If he's healthy, Dunbar will likely be the other starter opposite Norman. But after that is where things get tricky.
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