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Washington will see a familiar face this week in its former safety, who's become a dependable starter for Buffalo.

Asked about the release of Bacarri Rambo, Jim Haslett said, "It’s a shame because we gave him every opportunity."

In 2013, Mike Shanahan gushed over all the hidden gems that the Washington Redskins had found. Today, only two remain on the 53-man roster.

Washington waived second-year safety Bacarri Rambo to make room on the roster for Brandon Meriweather, whom the NFL just reinstated after a two-game suspension.

Defensive coordinator says second-year safety played all but two plays well, and didn't deserve all the blame for the 76-yard TD last week.

Problems on offense, defense and special teams require attention as Washington prepares to face Jacksonville.

Brandon Meriweather is still suspended, Bacarri Rambo still struggles with tackling and Redskins coaches could turn to Duke Ihenacho.

Despite gaffe by second-year player, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden has limited options at safety for Game 2.

Mike Jones goes into detail about five things he noticed during the Redskins opener in Houston.

The Redskins coach says a couple of plays are going to sway games each week. He'd prefer they not be big ones against his defense.

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