Steelers Deal with Redskins for CB Dashaun Phillips

The Steelers have a new cornerback as Wednesday night the team announce they had acquired Redskins corner Dashaun Phillips in exchange for center Lucas Crowley.

The 26-year-old Phillips has played with the Cowboys, Jets and last season appeared in five games in a nickel-corner role for Washington.

He recorded seven tackles and a fumble recovery.

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2 Comments on "Steelers Deal with Redskins for CB Dashaun Phillips"

  1. One more corner for the Steelers that nobody wants. Good luck!

  2. Who is this nobody?

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