NFL: More cheerleader mistreatment claims hit Washington
A Washington Post report has gleaned additional details on how the team treated its cheerleaders.
Resetting Washington's QB situation: What's next for Allen, Smith and Haskins - NFC East- ESPN
What is Kyle Allen's ceiling, what does Alex Smith have left and how will Dwayne Haskins respond to adversity? The team has 11 games to get answers.
Report: Washington 'unlikely' to lift stadium ban amid Gov. Hogan's order | RSN
Even though Maryland Governor Larry Hogan approved stadiums to open at 10 percent capacity signs are pointing to the Washington Football Team continuing to play without fans.
One number to know heading into Washington's Week 6 meeting with Giants | RSN
The number to know for this week’s matchup between Washington and New York has to do with how much Daniel Jones likes to turn the ball over.
How NFL's Week 6 could impact Washington's trade deadline strategy | RSN
The NFL’s trade deadline is just a few weeks away. Here’s how Washington’s strategy around that key point of the league’s calendar could be impacted by this weekend’s action.
Ron Rivera credits team's athletic trainer for zero positive COVID-19 tests | RSN
Washington has steered clear of any positive coronavirus test results so far, and head coach Ron Rivera credits a lot of that success to head athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion.
Previewing Washington Football Team’s Week 6 game vs. New York Giants - The Washington Post
Washington has been getting beaten soundly by tight ends this season, placing a focus this week on how its linebackers match up with the Giants' Evan Engram.
Dwayne Haskins 'looked good' in his return to the practice field Friday | RSN
Due to an illness, it's been a while since the Washington QB practiced. When he returned Friday, head coach Ron Rivera was pleased with what he saw.
WFT Daily: The Defensive Formula To Beat The Giants
Three factors will largely influence Washington's Week 6 matchup in New York.
Md. governor allowing up to 10% capacity at 2 NFL stadiums - Washington Times
Maryland will allow up to 10% capacity at the two stadiums in the state that are home to NFL teams, Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday, meaning several thousand fans could attend games.