Fabian Washington

#34CB,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 175
Born:
College: Nebraska
Birth Place: Bradenton, Florida
Draft: 2005 1st round (23rd pick) by the
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    Canal Street Chronicles

    Countdown to Saints Kickoff: A History of No. 50

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  • 90 Players in 90 Days: LB Ramon Humber
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    While the Buffalo Bills are missing the surefire All Pro linebacker that Sean McDermott had with the Carolina Panthers in Luke Kuechly, there is some talent in the group he has to work with now. One of those guys has spent some time bouncing around the league for a few years before finding himself with the Bills last year as a special teamer. Could he be in for a bigger role this year? Name: Ramon Humber # 50 Position: LB Height/Weight: 5’11”, 232 lbs Experience: 9 College: North Dakota State Draft: UDFA (2009) Financial Situation (per Spotrac): Humber signed a one-year deal with the Bills this offseason that will pay him $900,000, of which $80,000 is guaranteed. 2016 Recap: Humber was signed

  • New England Patriots training camp: Three questions facing the team
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    New England Patriots training camp: Three questions facing the team

    The NFL season is inching closer. Through July, Shutdown Corner will examine three big questions for each NFL team as it heads to training camp. New England Patriots history over the last dozen or so years is littered with big-name receivers who joined the team as draft picks or free agents and just couldn’t get on the same page with Tom Brady and the offense: Joey Galloway.