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DeAngelo Hall

Culliver expected to help Washington secondary

Culliver expected to help Washington secondary

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — No defense allowed more touchdown passes last year than Washington's. Since then, the Redskins have changed defensive coordinators, signed three potential starting linemen, and added two possible starting safeties The biggest upgrade, however, might be at cornerback. Three-time Pro Bowl selection DeAngelo Hall is expected to return from a torn left Achilles tendon that ended his season in Week 3. And Washington lured Chris Culliver away from San Francisco with a four-year, $32 million contract, half of which is guaranteed. In his first season as a full-timer, Culliver intercepted four passes — just one fewer than the Redskins' entire secondary...