Burning Questions: Which Washington Football Team player should we be talking more about? | NBC Sports Washington
Next up in their Burning Questions series, JP Finlay and Pete Hailey debate which Washington Football Team player people should be talking more about as the season approaches.
Dwayne Haskins: "I'm Just Trying To Be a Great Leader"
Dwayne Haskins wants to be a great leader and a captain after a huge offseason of growth while trimming his body. He still must take another step.
Ian Rapoport on Washington RB's: "Keep an Eye on Bryce Love"
Saw this and had to put my two cents in real quick...
Washington Football Team To Kick Off 2020 Season Without Fans At FedExField
Decision comes after discussions with officials from the State of Maryland and Prince George’s County .
Dwayne Haskins wants leadership 'edge' like Tom Brady, Drew Brees - Washington Times
Dwayne Haskins' expectations this offseason went beyond learning a new playbook, losing weight and arranging workouts with wide receivers all across the country. Coach Ron Rivera challenged the 23-year-old quarterback to become a leader.
Washington taps Bram Weinstein, DeAngelo Hall to join Julie Donaldson in radio broadcast booth - Washington Times
Washington remodeled its radio broadcasting team for this upcoming season, hiring Bram Weinstein to do play-by-play and former cornerback DeAngelo Hall to serve as the team's game day analyst. The pair will join senior vice president of media Julie Donaldson, who will be the host and part of the three-person booth.
Training Camp Daily 8/11: Ryan Kerrigan Has 'Put His Arm Around' Chase Young
Kerrigan, who has been around Young a lot the past few weeks, said the No. 2 overall pick
Washington punter Tress Way says he owes Ron Rivera a thank you for removing ping pong table | NBC Sports Washington
Way will miss the ping pong table, but he's happy to go out on top.
Ryan Kerrigan actually likes the sound of Washington’s temporary name | NBC Sports Washington
Ryan Kerrigan is not opposed to Washington's new name.
3 reasons why it's better for Washington Football not to have fans at home games | NBC Sports Washington
The Washington Football Team announced that no fans can attend home games for the 2020 season due to COVID, and before all the jokes start, there are legitimate reasons that's actually a good thing for the organization.