Bradberry has locked down one starting position but opposite him there is a significant opening. Seymour showed some promise last season, splitting time with Daryl Worley, but has not displayed the capability to be an every week starter regularly, yet.
The failed signing of Bashaud Breeland didn’t help matters but a return of Corn Elder should add some depth and potentially a battle for the vacant starting position. Munnerlyn returns after a rocky finish to last season and it will be interesting to see how Washington uses the veteran nickel corner on defense.
The entire defensive secondary will be an area of focus during the NFL Draft and moving forward through offseason workouts.