Jamin Davis is dealing with some growing pains. Washington’s solution: Play him more. - The Washington Post
The game has started to slow down for Davis, Washington's first-round draft pick, and the team is having him take on a bigger role.
Playing with nothing to lose, Heinicke putting pressure on opponents with his legs
Scrambling is a key part of Heinicke's skillset. He' still going through the process of learning when to be aggressive and when to play it safe.
Ron Rivera has seen 'very good improvement' from Jamin Davis after slow start | RSN
Ron Rivera has been pleased with the progression of his first-round linebacker since the start of the season.
Ron Rivera wants to see more from improved pass rush
Washington's pass rush has produced six sacks in the past two weeks. It's a step in the right direction, but Rivera wants to see more.
DC Sports Huddle: Will Washington buy or sell at the NFL trade deadline? | WTOP
The NFL trade deadline is Tuesday. Will Washington make a splashy deal to make a playoff push or sell off assets to multiply draft picks? The WTOP Sports team explores.
Taylor Heinicke feels he plays his best when he has nothing to lose | RSN
Taylor Heinicke said on Wednesday he feels that he plays his best football when he feels he has nothing to lose.
Tanya Snyder, NFL deny leaking emails as Davis calls for report on WFT probe | RSN
Raiders owner Mark Davis wants transparency after WFT co-CEO Tanya Snyder and NFL both denied leaking emails collected in the workplace investigation.
PHOTOS: Broncos Practice Week 10/27
The Washington Football Team gets to work in preparation for a Week 8 matchup with the Denver Broncos. (Photos by Emilee Fails and Karlee Sell/Washington Football Team)
Tanya Snyder tells NFL owners that Washington was not the source of email leaks - The Washington Post
Tanya Snyder's comments to fellow owners came during a meeting Tuesday in New York.
Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke angers NFL owners with financial pivot related to lawsuit on St. Louis move, sources say
Rams owner Stan Kroenke has angered NFL owners with the possibility of him trying to back away from a promise to cover tens of millions of dollars in legal expenses related to his team's 2016 departure from St. Louis, sources told ESPN.
Hall-of-Famer Bruce Smith Creates Graveyard of QB's He Sacked | RSN
Taking a cue from Cleveland Browns pass rusher Myles Garrett, Hall of Fame Defensive End Bruce Smith had a local artist create a graveyard outside his Virginia Beach, Va., home showcasing all 76 quarterbacks he sacked.