I actually cautiously optimistic about our corners this year.
Breeland is a stud. Enough said. The guy was a top 10 corner last year and an absolute home run of a pick in the 4th by Bruce Allen.
Culliver was signed to be a starter. He's coming off injury, but hopefully he can play up to his billing.
When Jarrett was healthy, he looked really good at the CB/S/slot hybrid role thats gaining popularity throughout the league. With his size and play style, htough, I think he'll have some injury issues throughout his career-- ala Bob Sanders.
I'm also really excited about Dunbar. The guy was making plays in key games at corner despite starting the season as an UDFA WR. He ticks off all the physical traits. He's 6'2", runs a 4.4 forty, looks pretty agile. If he can continue learning the technique of the position, I think he has the potential to be a good player.
This may be a homeristic view, but I think we actually have a full slate of competent starters and some depth at CB. The same can't be said for the rest of our defense; we have glaring holes all over the place. I'm not sure I see the Redskins going CB in the first round this year.Although, Culliver's salary isnt guaranteed anymore (right?) so move on from him, use his cap dollars elsewhere, and snag his replacement in the draft.