The Arizona Cardinals hosted three players, including former Seahawks WR Jaron Brown, according to Albert Breer. The full list of players includes: WR Jaron Brown T Rick Leonard T Paul Adams Leonard’s agent announced Monday that his client...
by: Jonathan Comeaux — NFL Trade Rumors 13 Sep
According to Aaron Wilson, the Chiefs brought in three free-agent offensive linemen for workouts on Friday including OT Paul Adams, OT John Leglue, and G Patrick Omameh. Omameh, 30, originally signed on with the 49ers as an undrafted free...
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 12 Sep
The Kansas City Chiefs are doing their homework on some offensive linemen.
by: Jacob Camenker — Fansided: Riggo's Rag 6 Sep
Timon Parris was claimed off waivers by the Atlanta Falcons from the Washington Football Team. The Washington Football Team decided to keep 10 offensive li...
2020 NFL roster cuts tracker: See every cut from all 32 teams after initial rosters trimmed to 53 players - CBSSports.com
by: John Breech Sep 5, 2020 at 6:59 pm ET14 min read — CBS Sports 5 Sep
Here's an easy way to follow all the cuts being made in the NFL
by: Matthew Paras — The Washington Times 5 Sep
Alex Smith had been working toward this moment. After progressing throughout training camp as he recovered from his life-threatening leg injury, the 36-year-old quarterback made Washington's roster Sa
by: N/A — NFL: Washington Redskins 5 Sep
On Saturday, the Washington Football Team announced the list of players that have made the initial 53-man roster for the 2020 season. Here's a positional breakdown of who made the cut.
by: Josh Alper — NBC Sports 5 Sep
The Washington Football Team has officially set its initial 53-man roster for the 2020 season and it includes quarterback Alex Smith. Smith was expected to make the team once he was cleared to resume practicing during training camp this summer as...
by: Nicki Jhabvala — Washington Post 5 Sep
The Washington Football Team has until 4 p.m. ET Saturday to make several cuts and form its first 53-man roster of 2020.
by: Sam Fortier — Washington Post 4 Sep
In our projection of Washington's 53-man roster, the team goes heavy on offensive line and defensive backs and eventually moves Alex Smith to injured reserve.
by: Sam Fortier — Washington Post 2 Sep
David Sharpe, a fourth-year tackle who played for Washington defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio with the Raiders, is expected to provide depth and compete for the starting left tackle spot.
by: Matthew Paras — The Washington Times 25 Aug
Due to the missed time, Young remains mostly with the backups. Despite his draft status, Washington wants Young to earn his spot -- thus far giving Ryan Kerrigan and Montez Sweat the starting reps. It
by: Ian Cummings — Fansided: Riggo's Rag 19 Aug
I hope you guys still have your training camp caps on, because we're diving right into the Day 2 action. The days of wild speculation and fanfare are over,...