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Redskins draft SMU CB Richard Crawford

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ASHBURN, Va. (AP)

The Redskins have stuck with their Texas theme and selected SMU cornerback Richard Crawford with the first of their two seventh-round selections.

The 5-foot-11, 191-pound Crawford was a college teammate of guard Josh LeRiebus, Washington's third-round pick this year, and Aldrick Robinson, one of the Redskins selections in last year's sixth round.

Crawford, a two-year starter who had previously played for Saddleback Community College, will have the chance to compete for a reserve job behind starters DeAngelo Hall and Josh Wilson.

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