Los Angeles and Washington will face off in Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season, giving Ramsey and Haskins a chance to compete against each other. Though Ramsey may not be rooting for Haskins to succeed for that one game, it’s clear that he’ll continue to be a fan and supporter of the Redskins quarterback.
The Redskins signed Latimer in late March adding a veteran presence to a young wide receiving corps. He has spent six years in the league with the Denver Broncos and the New York Giants.
“They had the chance with the 53rd pick in the draft to go out and get a guy to help them win a Super Bowl, which is what they should be trying to do right now with a 27-year-old franchise quarterback,” he said. “Instead, they went with an insurance policy.
I think this team is going places. And I think this aerial attack is about to explode. Buffalo GM Brandon Beane brilliantly traded for Stefon Diggs, giving Allen a legit No. 1 receiver. Those two will make beautiful music together. And don’t forget about Allen’s great chemistry with John Brown and Cole Beasley, which will only get better in their second season together.
Then, Elway radically improved the offense around Lock. Signing Melvin Gordon to pair with Phillip Lindsay gives the Broncos one of the NFL’s more formidable 1-2 punches at running back, while ascendant young receiver Courtland Sutton was given a boost with the draft selection of Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler — that was the first time in franchise history that Denver drafted receivers with its only first- and second-round picks. Meanwhile, the shaky offensive line was bolstered by the free agency signings of Graham Glasgow and the third-round selection of Lloyd Cushenberry.