The inactives for the Sunday Night Football contest between the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys.
The later rounds of the NFL Draft provide plenty of guys the second chance they need to right the wrongs of their college years, like Redskins’ 6th round pick Bacarri Rambo, who Tony Barnhart of CBS Sports said “Three years ago I didn’t think we’d be talking about Bacarri Rambo playing in the NFL.”
The Washington Redskins have rolled the dice in the draft on Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo despite struggling with a bevvy of substance abuse problems of their own.
The Washington Redskins have signed fifth-round draft pick Brandon Jenkins and sixth-round selection Bacarri Rambo.
Cornerback David Amerson and safeties Phillip Thomas and Bacarri Rambo, three of the first six players chosen by the Redskins in last month’s NFL draft, understand why they’re wearing burgundy and gold.
Bacarri Rambo was drafted in the sixth round by the Washington Redskins after solid career at Georgia that would have suggested he would be selected sooner.
Before the Redskins selected safety Bacarri Rambo in the sixth round, the Georgia Bulldog was projected as a third- to fourth-round pick. He was waiting so long to be drafted that by the time he got the call from Washington, he was “kind of asleep,” as he put it to the Junkies on 106.7 The Fan Monday.
The Washington Redskins have used a sixth-round pick in the NFL draft to take Bacarri Rambo, a talented safety whose stock fell after he failed two drug tests in college at Georgia.