safeties

Bacarri Rambo still fighting ‘demons’ entering second season

The expectations for Bacarri Rambo exceeded those of the typical sixth-round draft pick as a rookie. In Year 2, he's still trying to find his way.

Safety Akeem Davis draws on experience as a graduate assistant

A former graduate assistant at Memphis, rookie safety Akeem Davis has been able to learn the Redskins' playbook inside and out.

Meriweather’s move back to strong safety breeds optimism

Three years after he signed, the Redskins still are waiting for Brandon Meriweather to deliver in the capacity that they envisioned. Now that he's back at his natural position, they think it'll happen.

Healthy, confident Phillip Thomas catching coaches’ eyes

Second-year pro Phillip Thomas isn't expected to start, but he's healthy and confident now, and hopes to make it interesting for Redskins coaches.

Ryan Clark’s homecoming: A chance to repay a loyal fan base

In his second stint with Redskins, veteran safety Ryan Clark will be counted on for tackling ability, leadership and signal-calling.

Tanard Jackson suspended indefinitely for another violation of substance-abuse policy

Safety had been reinstated in May after a two-year suspension. He's now out indefinitely

Redskins still have high hopes for Bacarri Rambo

Despite a rookie campaign that saw him struggle mightily and the addition of veterans that play his position, the Redskins remain hopeful that safety Bacarri Rambo will develop into an impact player.

Redskins mailbag: Sean McVay and the offense, plus the future for Moss

Mike Jones answers readers' questions on the young offensive coordinator's role and the offense, plus Santana Moss, Trent Murphy and, of course, Tanard Jackson.

Phillip Thomas aims to play his way back into Redskins’ safety plans

Second-year pro is back after missing his entire rookie season because of a Lisfranc foot injury.

Tanard Jackson ‘just thankful for the opportunity’ to return to Redskins

As he attempts to make his third comeback from a drug suspension, Redskins safety Tanard Jackson described himself as humbled and thankful. He also said he he’s confident that he will not make the same mistake again.

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