Logan Thomas was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list on July 29th, 11 days ago. He has been activated from that newly created list, and will rejoin his teammates for this year’s modified version of training camp in Ashburn, VA.
Logan Thomas is off the Covid list. Played QB at VaTech, so relatively new to the TE position. Has room to grow. Athletic, smart, has good instincts, can find the holes in the zones. With improved strength and blocking has an opp to play a big role. #washingtonfootballteam— Julie Donaldson (@juliedonaldson_) August 9, 2020
So Logan Thomas actually takes Derrius Guice’s roster spot. Reuben Foster was on active PUP, so he already counted toward the 80-man roster.— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) August 9, 2020
Washington now has 78 players cleared to practice, plus Alex Smith on active/PUP and Kelvin Harmon on active/NFI.
Logan Thomas rejoins the team, and now will work to earn a starting spot in Washington’s wide open TE competition. The team signed him to a 2 year deal with a $2.25 million signing bonus. He was one of the few players signed be Ron Rivera that wasn’t a 1-year deal. Thomas looks like he could be in for a big role with the team this year as they work to get weapons for QB Dwayne Haskins Jr. in Scott Turner’s new offense.
The Washington Football Team also added former Packers/Eagles TE Richard Rodgers and former Panthers TE Marcus Baugh this offseason. Rodgers, Thomas, and Baugh will be competing with 2 returning players. Jeremy Sprinkle is entering the final year of his rookie contract, and is still trying to prove he has a role on this team. Washington claimed Hale Hentges off of waivers from the Colts last October. Washington also signed LSU TE Thaddeus Moss as an undrafted free agent this year.