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Topic - Rambo
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.
"You have to know what the linemen are doing because you have to have certain fits," he said. "And then a lot of pressure. You just fly around and catch the ball and play tight coverage and don't allow big plays. The 3-4 gets you a lot of pass rush, so the ball could be flying out. You just got to go out there and just be ready, be in position to make plays."