Data Scout Notes: 2012: 2ndC/2ndM...P1stC/P1stM...2011: 1stC/1stAP...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Bacarri Rambo News
11/17/14 - S Baccari Rambo was signed by the Bills Monday (Nov. 17). He was waived by the Washington Redskins earlier this season. Rambo, 24, entered the NFL as a sixth-round draft pick of the Redskins in 2013 before being released after Week 2. The 6-foot-0, 211-pounder appeared in 13 games, starting three, during his two seasons with the Redskins, accumulating 30 tackles, one sack and two tackles for loss.
09/16/14 - S Bacarri Rambo was waived by the Redskins Tuesday (Sept. 16).
09/23/13 - Rookie Bacarri Rambo plunged from starting the first two games to only seeing action on special teams in Week 3 as Washington countered Detroit's constant three-receiver package by playing cornerbacks DeAngelo Hall, Josh Wilson and David Amerson along with veteran safety Brandon Meriweather.
"When he get his opportunity he's got take advantage of it," coach Mike Shanahan said about the sixth-round draft choice who looked lost in coverage and in the open field at times during the one-sided losses to Philadelphia and Green Bay and didn't make the stat sheet on special teams against Detroit. "We're not here to keep his spirits up. Whatever role you're in, you better play 100 percent and make some plays. If he doesn't play on defense, he better play well on special teams. If you don't play well on special teams and you're not a starter on defense, then you won't be dressing."
09/01/13 - Sixth-round draft pick Bacarri Rambo is expected to start the Sept. 9 opener against Philadelphia.
05/06/13 - ASHBURN, Va. -- Five players on hand at Redskins rookie minicamp had been selected earlier in the draft than Baccari Rambo, but although second-round cornerback David Amerson, third-round tight end Jordan Reed and fourth-round safety Phillip Thomas all attracted some media attention after the open session on May 5, the biggest throng surrounded the sixth-rounder from Georgia.
That was true in part because Rambo had been projected as an early-round pick before he was suspended for the start of a second straight Bulldogs season after failing another drug test.
But the other reason for the focus on Rambo is that, along with Thomas, he has a decent chance to start at the position that was Washington's biggest weakness during its 2012 NFC East championship season. Tanard Jackson, who was supposed to start at free safety last year, remains on an indefinite NFL substance abuse suspension. Madieu Williams, who filled for Jackson in 2012, wasn't re-signed.
"Their ball skills were very evident over the last few days," coach Mike Shanahan said of Rambo and Thomas. "We do a lot of different things with our secondary. We put a lot of pressure on them mentally as well as physically. You've got be able to play both (strong and free safety). They've got the size and the athletic ability to play both positions."