RICHMOND — Sporting a burgundy Redskins-branded bucket hat, defensive back David Bruton Jr. intently watches Washington’s secondary from a spot near the end zone. The unit looks vaguely familiar to Bruton. And Duke Ihenacho isn’t the reason.

Bruton played seven seasons in Denver — where he had 49 combined tackles, seven passes defended and two interceptions last season for the Super Bowl champions — before signing with the Redskins in March. He sees similarities between the Redskins’ defensive backfield and Denver’s.

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SOURCE: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/football-insider/wp/2016/07/31/david-bruton-remains-humble-while-vying-for-starting-safety-spot/

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