Sad news from the attorney for the family of young girl injured in the crash involving Britt Reid, former Chiefs assistant
by: Kyle Stackpole — NFL: Washington Redskins 47m
A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Football Team on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.
by: Peter Hailey — NBC Sports Washington 59m
Washington is about to move on from Alex Smith, per reports, and that’s a decision that will benefit the team in many, many ways — but not in this particular area.
by: Nicki Jhabvala — Washington Post 2h
How does a collaborative NFL front office like Washington's make decisions? Trust, humility and avoiding groupthink.
by: Blake Harper, Yardbarker — Yardbarker 2h
Smith to the Bears is an interesting pairing, as Chicago certainly seems prepared to move on from their current duo of Nick Foles and Mitch Trubisky.
by: Gary Davenport — Bleacher Report 2h
Alex Smith 's return to the playing field last year was a Hollywood movie come to life. Smith suffered a horrific leg injury in 2018 followed by a life-threatening infection that required 17 surgeries and nearly cost him his leg...
by: Zachary Neel — USA Today: Washington Football Wire 3h
A healthy Reuben Foster would be huge for Washington’s defense, but nerve damage in his leg may lead the team to let him walk in free agency.
by: Bryan H. Stabbe — SB Nation: Hogs Haven 3h
Is a amicable separation too much to ask for?
by: Liz Mathews — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 4h
When the Texans released J.J. Watt on February 12, several other NFL teams jumped in as potential suitors, with the Browns, Packers, and Titans among the most-mentioned. If the Cardinals were among…
by: Ian Cummings — Fansided: Riggo's Rag 5h
It's March again, and that means that free agency is quickly approaching for the Washington Football Team. Once a haven for mediocrity-induced optimism, th...
by: Michael Hanich — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Pro Football 5h
As the Washington Football Team are expecting to cut Alex Smith, they are set to explore many options at the quarterback position for 2021.
by: John Keim, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN: NFL Nation 6h
Washington enters the offseason needing to settle on a quarterback, add help on the offensive line and find a playmaker at wide receiver.
by: Ryan Homler — NBC Sports Washington 1h
The QB is a free agent, and if a certain team doesn't lock him in, many others will go after him.
There are several good rookie wide receivers in this #NFLDraft class. A look at Rashod Bateman. He has excellent size/speed (6'2, 210 lbs, sub-4.4 speed) with impressive skills after the catch, esp for his size. I see a little Terry McLaurin and DJ Moore in him. #RashodBatemanBlogger / Podcaster
RT @DarrenHeitner: Several athletes who signed a brief supporting the NCAA in a pending Supreme Court case don’t seem to have any clue about what they are backing. Worse, 1 athlete was “doing a favor” for a lawyer. Excellent reporting by @DanielLibit & @McCannSportsLaw: https://t.co/zyr7lyiAzR https://t.co/TyefJdCWqIBeat Writer / Columnist
Has been made clear: they don’t want to overspend (esp with picks) to get someone with a roster they still need to build. Perhaps in another year in a different spot based on how this offseason goes.5 teams have called Houston about QB Deshaun Watson, but Washington isnt one of them, per the great @McClain_on_NFL. Not big surprise, WFT unlikely to have the draft capital to compete in that trade marketBeat Writer / Columnist
Best Washington defenses by DVOA since 1983 with rank each year. #WFT 1991 -20.4% (3) --> 2020 -18.3% (3) <-- 2004 -14.4% (4) 2005 -11.6% (4) 1985 -11.5% (7) 1992 -9.6% (6) 1983 -9.5% (5) 2000 -8.4% (10) 2001 -8.3% (7) 2007 -6.6% (7) WORST: 2006 15.9% (32)Beat Writer / Columnist
🎙️ICYMI - I talked NFL Draft with @JimNagy_SB and next steps for the Washington Football Team with @granthpaulsen. Link below gets you that episode plus all 47 since launch. Dive in and also subscribe wherever you do your podcast listening. https://t.co/dAKMzQc2B8Beat Writer / Columnist
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