The Miami Dolphins have signed safety Bacarri Rambo, the team announced on Tuesday. The move provides depth to the position after the team lost Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones to a rotator cuff tear last week.
Rambo started his NFL career as a sixth-round pick of the Washington Redskins in 2013. He played 11 games as a rookie, with three starts. He then began the 2014 season with Washington, playing in two games, before being waived. He was signed by the Buffalo Bills later in the 2014 season, making four appearances with the team. He also played the 2015 season in Buffalo, appearing in 15 games with eight starts. He has three career interceptions, eight passes defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble receiver, two sacks, and 104 tackles.
Rambo fills the roster space created by the retirement of running back Arian Foster on Monday. Miami officially moved him to the retired list on Tuesday.
The Dolphins are on their bye week, with their next game on November 4 against the New York Jets.