Washington Redskins: Realistic Expectations for Top Rookies in 2013

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Washington Redskins: Realistic Expectations for Top Rookies in 2013
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Bacarri Rambo could be the start of this year's class in Washington.

The Washington Redskins did a pretty good job in this part year’s draft.

They shored up their secondary with safeties Bacarri Rambo and Phillip Thomas, and added cornerback David Amerson.

They also bolstered their pass rush with outside linebacker Brandon Jenkins, something they will need now that they have lost Adam Carriker and Jarvis Jenkins. Besides adding talent at their positions of need, they also added much depth with year’s class, with both drafted and undrafted players.

While most rookies aren’t expected to come in and play an important role right away, there are a few guys from this year’s group that could contribute right away.

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