Could Washington's Dwayne Haskins be benched? Not if there's growth - NFC East- ESPN
As long as coach Ron Rivera sees progress from the 2019 first-round pick, the QB's job is safe. If not? "I'll cross that bridge when I get there."
Dwayne Haskins and Washington cutoff point history - Washington Times
There's a point in the career of practically every NFL quarterback when fans, coaches and teammates realize that the guy under center either has "it" or he doesn't.
Washington vs Baltimore Ravens: Five Keys to Victory/Game Preview | Week 4 - Rated Redskins Radio
Ron Rivera, Washington offensive coaches met with Dwayne Haskins this week to clear the air, per source | RSN
Sources told NBC Sports Washington that Ron Rivera sat down with Dwayne Haskins to explain it's time to play better.
Dwayne Haskins isn't the only NFC East QB struggling in 2020 | RSN
The quarterback is not alone in his struggles.
Dwayne Haskins has his faults, but he's also grown in this one vital area | RSN
There is a lot to pick apart when it comes to what Dwayne Haskins is doing these days, but there’s one vital part of quarterbacking that he’s gotten a lot better at in Year 2.
Larry Hogan on Ron Rivera's fight with cancer: 'He's going to make it' | RSN
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently spoke to the Washington Football Talk podcast about his relationship with head coach Ron Rivera and how the two have stayed in communication through tough times.
WASHINGTON’S LANDON COLLINS NAMED WEEK 3 NFLPA COMMUNITY MVP | NFLPA
Landon Collins continued his fight against food insecurity by providing 1,500 meals, along with gift cards and other resources, for single-parent families in need across Virginia and Washington D.C.
Three years in, Virginia Tech's Tim Settle is still waiting to show the NFL what he can do | Professional Sports | richmond.com
ASHBURN — Year 3 in the NFL is a crucial one for young players, a time to either emerge as a player worthy of a long-term contract or end up
Larry Hogan wants Washington Football to stay in Maryland, still likes National Harbor | RSN
The Washington Football Team plays their home games in Maryland, and Governor Larry Hogan wants to make sure it stays that way.
Why do Washington players keep getting tackled by their shirts? A comprehensive investigation. | Professional Sports | richmond.com
"I saw it on tape, like, he actually pulled himself into me."
Torrey Smith says Terry McLaurin's WR type is Marcus Peters' 'kryptonite' | RSN
Torrey Smith says that Terry McLaurin's speed could present problems for Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters.
Rewarding Moments In Washington History: Washington Bests The Ravens An Overtime Thriller
In today's Rewarding Moments In Washington History presented by Maryland Lottery My Lottery Rewards, we look back to when the Washington Football Team won in dramatic fashion over the Baltimore Ravens in 2012.