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Topic - David Amerson
Need to Know: All NFL players are under pressure to perform but the spotlight is always brighter on some than on others.
Washington will enter the 2014 season with DeAngelo Hall as its best cornerback. After Hall, nothing but questions.
Cornerback Tracy Porter, defensive end Jason Hatcher and inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton all approved contracts with the Redskins that they will likely sign on Friday, while the team also announced it has signed defensive end Clifton Geathers.
After a decent rookie season, much more will be expected of Redskins cornerback David Amerson in 2014. Will he deliver?
DeAngelo Hall figures to start for the Redskins in 2014. But what about Josh WIlson?
Do the Redskins need to bring in a starting caliber free agent cornerback? Or should they promote David Amerson to the starting job?
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David Amerson knows what it's like to watch your coach get fired from his college days. It's familiar to what's happening now with the Redskins.
Despite some growing pains, particularly early, Redskins rookie defensive back David Amerson has settled in quite nicely.
Point-Counterpoint: With their playoff hopes barely on life support, should the Redskins make some lineup changes to see what they have in some younger players? Tandler and Tarik debate the question.
Several draft picks will take lessons from the game to practice Wednesday as the team moves toward the regular season opener in less than three weeks.
For the defense to make another step forward, Amerson and Rambo are going to have to play big parts. Maybe not Griffin/Morris-level parts, but not far from that.
Coaches and teammates are optimistic about Bacarri Rambo, David Amerson and Phillip Thomas through 11 days of training camp. All three won't necessarily begin the regular season with the first string, but they will have opportunities to grow together during the four games this month.
Forget even about the start of the season. Meriweather hopes to be doing drills with his teammates by the start of training camp. If he is, the veteran will be the centerpiece of a secondary that could include a few rookies and a much different look than last year.
Bacarri Rambo celebrated his interception during rookie camp Sunday morning by running to Phillip Thomas on the sideline, jumping and bumping shoulders with him. The sequence previewed a best-case scenario for the Washington Redskins. The two rookie safeties could eventually help a secondary that provided more questions than answers last season.
Amerson has good size (6 foot 1, 205-pounds) and speed, ideal length and, as he told CSNWashington.com late last season, he's learning how to prepare more effectively in the classroom.
"I feel like it's been pretty good. I've learned a lot of things, and am still learning," he said of his rookie year. "I defintely think that the more experience I get, the better I feel out there, the better I play. I try to build off of that."