The Redskins finished their draft by taking a second straight defensive back, Iowa's Jordan Bernstine.
A college teammate of guard Adam Gettis, selected in the fifth round, the 5-foot-11, 205-pound Bernstine gives Washington three defensive players to go with six offensive selections.
Bernstine, a strong safety last year when he had 89 tackles, also played cornerback at Iowa...
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April 28, 2012
As the NFL Draft approaches, former Iowa Hawkeye safety Jordan Bernstine is a player that is drawing a lot of attention as a rookie that could make an impact on special teams.
Bernstine was not invited to February’s NFL Combine but due to a strong performance during Iowa’s pro-day workouts, he has gotten the attention of scouts. Chad Reuter, of NFL.com, recently released...
Despite a strong senior season, Jordan Bernstine grabbed few headlines in 2011. The Iowa safety turned heads at Iowa's pro day last month. He talked about that performance and more in this exclusive Hawkeye Insider interview.
Iowa safety Jordan Bernstine auditions for NFL scouts today and will conduct a full workout.
The athletic defensive back recorded 99 tackles last season with three tackles for losses and one sack, one forced fumbe and one fumble recovery.
The former Parade Magazine All-American also averaged 23.8 yards per kickoff return.
Berstine's uncle, Rod Bernstine, played in the NFL for nine seasons.
Iowa safety Jordan Bernstine delivered some big hits against Michigan on Saturday.