Redskins’ Roster Review: Breaking Down Washington’s Defensive Backs

June 21, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins had one of the worst secondaries in the NFL last season, but that moniker doesn’t look to stand much longer. 
They didn’t make a huge splash in free agency or in the draft, but they added some quality pieces to ensure improvement. David Amerson, Phillip Thomas and Bacarri Rambo were all great picks in the draft, and E.J. Biggers was a nice free-agent signing. 
The trio of rookie defensive backs have been turning heads in OTAs, and could very well find themselves on the field sooner than later. Add those four guys to a stable that already includes Josh Wilson, and you got yourself a pretty keen group of defenders. 
What was once the Redskins’ greatest weakness might have actually become a strength.
The Good
While it is good to temper your expectations when talking about rookies, there is much reason to be hopeful with these guys. 
Rambo especially has been putting people on notice tha...

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