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Players

Courtney Bridget Jr.
CB #32R
Height:
6-3
Weight:
195
Age:
25
College:
Hampton
Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.
Experience:
R

TRANSACTIONS

Originally entered the NFL with the Washington Redskins as a college free agent on May 17, 2014.

COLLEGE

Appeared in 22 career games at Hampton from 2011-13 aſter starting his career at UNLV... Made 71 career tackles (31 solo) and recorded one interception.

TRANSACTIONS

Originally entered the NFL with the Washington Redskins as a college free agent on May 17, 2014.

COLLEGE

Appeared in 22 career games at Hampton from 2011-13 aſter starting his career at UNLV... Made 71 career tackles (31 solo) and recorded one interception... Started all 11 games in which he appeared in 2013, compiling a career-high 51 tackles (22 solo) and adding five passes broken up... Saw his only action of the 2012 season at Florida A&M... Played in 10 games for the Pirates in 2011, making five starts. Posted 20 tackles (nine solo) and recorded an interception at Savannah State... Redshirted as a freshman at UNLV before obtaining a medical redshirt in 2010.

Personal

Attended Paul Laurence Dunbar H.S. in Baltimore, where he was named First Team All-State, Baltimore Sun First Team and Digital Sports First Team aſter recording 43 tackles, 12 interceptions, seven pass deflections and scoring two defensive touchdowns as a senior... Had 68 tackles, four interceptions and 11 pass deflections as a junior, and was named to the Super 22 Touchdown Club... Ran track as a freshman, junior and senior and played basketball as a freshman... Son of Kijana and Courtney Brigdet... Born March 22, 1991.

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