Brandon Scherff aiming to take better care of body after injury history - Washington Times
Coming off season-ending injuries to his shoulder and elbow, Brandon Scherff said he wants to do a better job of taking care of his body. Scherff hasn't played a full 16-game slate since 2016 and has landed on injured reserve for the past two seasons. He played in 11 games last year and appeared in just eight in 2018.
RBs Coach Randy Jordan Has A Plan For Managing Washington's Talented Running Back Group
There are plenty of talented running backs on Washington's roster, and Jordan wants to manage the group by holding true to a team-first mentality.
'He's Looked Good': Ron Rivera Likes What He Has Seen From Alex Smith
Rivera said he has been 'pleasantly surprised' with how far along Smith is.
Burning questions: Who will break out for the Washington Football Team in 2020? | NBC Sports Washington
In this piece for their Burning Questions series, JP Finlay and Pete Hailey each identify the player they believe will break out for the Washington Football team in 2020.
Chase Young has 'that vibe' and 'doesn't seem like a rookie,' according to Kendall Fuller | NBC Sports Washington
Kendall Fuller hasn’t had a lot of exposure to Chase Young yet, but the cornerback is already sensing that the second overall pick has a special attitude about him.
Brandon Scherff is way more interested in talking about beer than his contract situation | NBC Sports Washington
Brandon Scherff faced questions about his contract on Wednesday, and he didn’t seem that interested in talking about it. When Busch Light became the topic, though, Scherff lit up a bit.
Twitter goes crazy for Washington Football Team's new helmet decals | NBC Sports Washington
Social media reactions to the Washington Football team's new helmets for this upcoming season.
Dwayne Haskins and Joe Burrow 'couldn't stand each other' while at Ohio State | NBC Sports Washington
When elite athletes compete for the same job it often brings out real disdain, and for Dwayne Haskins and Joe Burrown that certainly became the case at Ohio State.