Redskins Sign Two Cornerbacks

Redskins Sign Two Cornerbacks

Redskins Sign Two Cornerbacks

Just one day after the Washington Redskins released cornerback Tracy Porter, the team signed a pair of free-agent cornerbacks in Trey Wolfe and Tajh Hasson.

Some may remember Wolfe’s name as he was on the Redskins practice squad last season,

Hasson (6-1, 195 lbs), is an undrafted free-agent from UNLV who ran a 4.46 forty-yard dash at the combine. Hasson had two interceptions and 14 pass breakups in his final two seasons at UNLV.

The pair joins an already crowded secondary that includes Chris Culliver, DeAngelo Hall, Bashaud Breeland, David Amerson, Tevin Mitchel and Justin Rogers.

The Redskins website had the following to say about the duo:

Trey Wolfe — CB — 5-11, 193 pounds — Fort Valley State

Wolfe entered the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks as a college free agent Aug. 5, 2014, and was waived by the Seahawks a day later before re-signing with the team Aug. 10. He was signed to the Redskins’ practice squad Nov. 26, and re-signed with the team Thursday after being waived May 4.

Played collegiately at various points at Reedley College (Calif.), Midwestern State (Texas) and Fort Valley State (Ga.) from 2007-13… Played nine games as a freshman cornerback at Reedley in 2007, intercepting four passes and recording nine pass breakups… Redshirted in 2008… Earned first-team All-California Region II and All-Valley Conference honors after making eight starts at cornerback in 2009. Returned eight interceptions for 73 yards including a school-record return of 51 yards for a touchdown… Appeared in three games as a reserve defensive back and primary punt returner at Midwestern State in 2010… Played at Fort Valley State as a senior captain in 2013, earning second-team Division II All-American honors after recording eight interceptions.

Tajh Hasson — CB — 6-1, 195 pounds — UNLV

Enters the NFL with the Redskins after signing with the team on Thursday. Played collegiately at UNLV from 2010-14, appearing in 51 career games for the Rebels. Recorded 159 career tackles (119 solo) with 19 passes defensed, five forced fumbles, three interceptions and a sack… Started all 13 games as a senior in 2014, contributing 47 total tackles and three pass breakups… As a junior in 2013, started all 13 games and posted a career-high 49 total tackles while leading the Mountain West Conference with four forced fumbles… Played in 13 games with eight starts as a sophomore in 2012, recording five pass breakups on the year and pulling in his first career interception vs. Washington State… Played in 12 games as a freshman in 2011, making one start at safety… Redshirted in 2010.

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