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Topic - Phillip Thomas
A year after investing two draft picks in safeties, the Redskins still are searching for answers at the position.
Several quality veteran safeties are expected to hit the open market next month. That's a good thing for the Redskins, who desperately need to upgrade the position.
Stop me if you've heard this before, but the Redskins are looking for help at safety. Tandler and Tarik discuss how they might solve the problem.
Veterans Brandon Meriweather and Reed Doughty are set to become unrestricted free agents, while draft picks Phillip Thomas and Bacarri Rambo remain unknown quantities. Indeed, the Redskins have many questions at safety entering the offseason.
Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward has stood out from the crowd at the Senior Bowl -- and the Redskins have taken notice
CSN Washington kicks off our week of Senior Bowl coverage from Mobile with this at-a-glance primer.
Here are four NFL prospects to watch in the New Mexico Bowl.
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.
Redskins beat writer Rich Campbell provides five key questions heading into Washington's preseason opener at the Tennessee Titans
The Redskins’ scintillating run to the NFC East title last season overshadowed memories of their 3-6 start. Were they really as good as the final record, or did a depleted team just get hot with the help of a few breaks?
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.
Mike Shanahan didn't need to play it safe. He could swing for the fence, and he did. That freedom comes with returning 21 of 22 starters from last season's 10-win division champion.
Johnthan Banks has won the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the nation's top defensive back.
Syracuse coach Doug Marrone knows that injuries are part of football. Still, his Orange are hurting about as much as he can handle.
Thomas showed promise last summer before suffering a season-ending Lisfranc injury in the preseason.
"It doesn't matter," he said. "I like doing it all. I'm more of a get-in-the-box because I like to tackle. That's a strong safety. But I can sit back and hunt and make big hits, too."