"It's kind of different because you don't get to hit your teammates," Rambo said. "Sometimes you get to thud them up, but there's no tackling them to the ground. But here you get to tackle them to the ground, show coaches what you're made of and show them how physical you are."
"Everybody's fighting for their job," Rambo said Monday after the game. "There's no sorry guys out there. Everybody's in the NFL. You're just going out there [and] getting the best out of everybody. Everybody's trying to make the team."