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What Chris Polian Adds To Washington's Revamped Front Office
Polian, who has been an NFL executive for 24 years, played a role in restructuring rosters with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts.

Washington's Martin Mayhew, Marty Hurney teaming up on draft – The Athletic
Ron Rivera has made it clear he wants to work with Martin Mayhew and Marty Hurney to develop draft picks into quality players.

Washington 2021 Position Reset: Defensive Tackle
Perhaps the strongest and deepest position group has all of its contributors under contract through 2021.

Free Agent Targets: Gerald Everett could take the next step with Washington | RSN
Logan Thomas was solid in 2020 but Washington must still improve at tight end.

3 potential destinations for Alex Smith if he's let go by Washington | RSN
Washington's staff has been noncommittal about Alex Smith's future with the team.

The best free agent at each position, many of whom could interest Washington | RSN
Washington has money to spend on the free agent market this year. So, with that in mind, here are the top choices who are set to be available at every single position.

Washington could take bigger swings in 2021 free agency than 2020 | RSN
After focusing on single-based acquisitions in 2020, Ron Rivera and company could look to swing for the fences in free agency this time around.

NFL announces new salary cap floor, Washington in driver's seat in NFC East | RSN
The NFL announced better than expected salary cap numbers, and that could be good news for Ron Rivera's team in free agency.

Eagles agree to trade Carson Wentz to Colts - The Washington Post
Philadelphia will receive a third-round pick in this year's NFL draft and a second-round choice next year that can become a first-rounder based on Wentz's playing time with Indianapolis.