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Who is Marty Hurney, Washington Football's reported new general manager? | RSN
Here's everything to know about Marty Hurney, who is reportedly Washington's new general manager.

Chase Young indirectly fires back at Bucs coach Bruce Arians over DROY shade | RSN
Bruce Arians doesn't think Chase Young should win Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Sources - Washington Football Team expected to make Marty Hurney GM
The Washington Football Team is expected to hire Marty Hurney as general manager, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Big changes in front office don't mean big problems for Washington Football | RSN
It looks like a big change is coming for the Washington Football Team and it’s time for fans to give Ron Rivera their trust in finding his own GM.

Ryan Kerrigan says Ron Rivera 'pushed a lot of the right buttons' | RSN
Ryan Kerrigan feels that Ron Rivera really looked out for his players in his first year as Washington's head coach.

Washington Football Team Roster Talk: Questions at QB | 2021 Offseason - Rated R Radio
"This year has only emboldened me, that I can play at this level." - Alex Smith on 60 Minutes Sunday...

NFL scraps combine in Indianapolis, pivots to on-campus workouts - The Washington Post
Player workouts leading up to the NFL draft will be limited to on-campus pro days. NFL teams will interview players virtually, and medical information on players will be gathered in part through remote consultations and local lab testing.

Brandon Scherff, Chase Young Named To PFWA All-NFC Team
The Pro Football Writers of America announced its All-NFL, All-AFC and All-NFC teams Monday.

Washington Football 2020 Season Superlatives
These players stood out for the Washington Football team during the 2020 season.

NFL's final four should act as proof that Washington must swing big at QB | RSN
Some believe that Washington should head into the 2021 season with a stopgap at quarterback and a reinforced roster elsewhere. A look at who’s still alive in the playoffs counters that stance.