Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Redskins' picks: Round 2/51 -- David Amerson, CB, 6-1, 205, North Carolina State...The Redskins passed on a more immediate need at free safety to go for the ball-hawking Amerson, who picked off 18 passes during his two full college seasons as a starter but also got burned by going for the big play so often. - The Sports Xchange
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10/16/14 - CB David Amerson was limited again on Thursday after suffering a concussion at Arizona.
10/15/14 - CB David Amerson was limited on Wednesday after suffering a concussion at Arizona. Coach Jay Gruden is optimistic that Amerson will be able to play Sunday against Tennessee.
10/14/14 - CB David Amerson suffered a concussion in Sunday's 30-20 loss to Arizona and has entered the NFL's concussion protocol.
10/13/14 - CB David Amerson suffered a concussion in Sunday's 30-20 loss to Arizona and has entered the NFL's concussion protocol.
10/12/14 - CB David Amerson left the game in the first quarter with concussion symptoms and did not return.
10/18/13 - CB David Amerson was limited again during Thursday's practice after suffering a concussion against he Cowboys.
10/18/13 - CB David Amerson was limited again during Friday's practice after suffering a concussion against the Cowboys and is listed as questionable.
10/16/13 - -- CB David Amerson was limited during Wednesday's practice after suffering a concussion.
10/14/13 - -- CB David Amerson was also injured on special teams, suffering a concussion that will cause him to be evaluated every day this week until he's cleared to return.
09/30/13 - CB David Amerson led the nation with 13 interceptions as an N.C. State sophomore in 2011. He regressed last year and had yet to pick off a pass as a pro when he stepped in front of Oakland receiver Denarius Moore and sprinted 45 yards to the house Sunday.
"I knew he was going to do an over route, so I was just making sure I was close to the receiver, and I was able to get a step on him and step right in front of him," Amerson said of the third touchdown scored by a Washington cornerback in four games. "It was kind of like a dream come true. To get your first interception in the league and have it be a pick-six, I couldn't ask for anything better."