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Daily Slop: Chase Roullier cements himself as center of the offense; Sammis Reyes is ready for any role

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Antonio Gibson and his fumbling issue - Washington Times
If he's not careful, Gibson could develop a reputation as a turnover-prone back, soon. This season, the 23-year-old has already fumbled four times for Washington -- losing two of them. Among running backs, that's tied for the lead in both categories (fumbles and fumbles lost).

For WFT lineman Nolan Laufenberg, a career in the Space Force awaits - The Washington Post
Laufenberg, an offensive guard on Washington's practice squad, received approval from the Department of Defense to delay his military service while he pursues an NFL career.

Less action periods, more walkthroughs: How Ron Rivera is getting creative with Washington's practices – The Athletic
Washington's roster is so beat up that Rivera has had to find unusual ways to practice to keep his players engaged.

WFT’s Chase Roullier cements himself as center of the offense - The Washington Post
Roullier has developed into one of the NFL’s best centers, and he plays a pivotal and stabilizing role for Washington’s offense.

Don't panic about Chase Young, just look at how past legends started their careers | RSN
Chase Young will need to pick up his pace sacking the quarterback at some point, but some NFL legends were on a similar track at his age.

DeAndre Carter still driven by a promise he made to his late brother | RSN
Carter's brother passed away from heart complications in 2013.

Terry McLaurin opens up on why he's so damn good when he's, well, not so open | RSN
Terry McLaurin is maybe the best contested-catch receiver in the NFL. On Thursday, he dove into why he's successful in that area.

Taylor Heinicke isn't a rookie, he shouldn't be treated like one | RSN
Taylor Heinicke is 28 years old, which is five to six years older than a typical NFL rookie.

Soaking up expertise and sharpening skillsets, Sammis Reyes is ready for any role
It's been about six months since Washington signed Reyes. He's come a long way since then, and he's willing to do whatever necessary to keep growing.

The NFL’s Daniel Snyder problem is spreading - The Washington Post
The NFL allowed the Washington Football Team's defects to become a league-wide debacle.

Cover 1: Washington-Denver game shows downfalls of defensive approach | RSN
Pete Hailey discusses the similar approaches of Washington and Denver heading into their Week 8 matchup.

Chase Roullier breaks the ice on presnap communication
Washington's offensive line is one of the best groups in the NFL this season. Roullier's leadership has been the fuel for that success.

PHOTOS: Broncos Practice Week 10/28
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)

3 players to watch as Washington heads to Mile High
The Washington Football Team has an opportunity to bounce back after a three-game skid as it heads to Colorado to take on the Denver Broncos this weekend. Here are three players who could have pivotal roles.

Washington's defensive line is finally reaching its preseason potential | Professional Sports | richmond.com
The Washington Football Team defense has been steadily improving over the last three weeks. They're aiming for an instant impact from that progress on Sunday.