Top corners for Redskins to sign while shopping Quinton Dunbar

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ORCHARD PARK, NY – NOVEMBER 03: Quinton Dunbar #23 of the Washington Redskins celebrates a incomplete pass by the Buffalo Bills during the fourth quarter at New Era Field on November 3, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. Buffalo defeats Washington 24-9. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

The Washington Redskins may need to find a new outside starter at corner. Here are some options for them.

It seems like the Washington Redskins are likely to have a whole new trio of starters at the cornerback position next season.

Josh Norman is gone. He was cut and went to the Buffalo Bills on a one-year deal. Kendall Fuller was signed to be a primary starter in the slot and maybe play a bit outside as the No. 2 corner.

But the real thing that’s having a big impact on the Redskins is the status of Quinton Dunbar. The sixth-year corner demanded a trade this offseason entering the final non-guaranteed year of his contract and the team is finally shopping him.

If the Redskins do move Dunbar, who was easily the team’s best cornerback in 2019, they will need a new No. 1 corner or at least someone who can hold up as a starter on the outside. They’re more likely to find the latter at this point in free agency.

There are still plenty of solid cornerback options available on the open market. So, if the Redskins are willing to spend, they could acquire a solid option for their defense. Here’s a look some of the top options that the ‘Skins could consider as free agency circles into its second week.

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