Re-grading the Washington Redskins 2013 NFL Draft class
Rounds 6 and 7
We pair these two picks together only because of space, time, and, well – keep reading please.
Free safety Bacarri Rambo from Georgia was the pick and it was painful. Rambo didn’t live up to his movie series last name and he was anything but a ferocious Bulldog for the Redskins. Two games into the 2014 season, Rambo was cut and he spent some time with Buffalo and Miami where the results were basically the same.
In Round 7, the front office chose Jawan Jamison, a running back from Rutgers. He spent most of 2013 on the practice squad and tried to catch on with the Steelers in 2014. From there, Jamison faded from view and never played a down in the NFL.
Now you can see why we forced Rounds 6 and 7 together. Rambo was a horrible safety and Jamison didn’t have the talent to survive. They will be nothing more than minor footprints in Redskins history.
This is not being mean or hateful, just honest and truthful.