Why Washington's priority in 2021 NFL draft could be finding a left tackle - Washington Blog- ESPN
Coach Ron Rivera wants a stout offensive line, and a deep draft class of tackles along with a possible trade or a veteran pick-up could fill the need.
Trading up to draft a quarterback would be the ultimate Riverboat Ron gamble | RSN
Ron Rivera's known for taking risks, but pulling off a swap to move up and draft a QB in the draft would be a whole new level of gambling.
William Jackson III is prepared to perform in DeAngelo Hall's old number | RSN
William Jackson III is set to wear DeAngelo Hall's old number, but he's not feeling any pressure to live up to what Hall did in it.
Washington releases five players, including TE Thaddeus Moss | RSN
The five players had all struggled to keep their place on the squad, and will not be suiting up in burgundy and gold in 2021.
How The Strategic Patience Of Washington's Front Office Provided Flexibility For The Draft
Washington has a massive dose of experience in its front office, and its
Meet Jamin Davis, one of the NFL draft’s fastest-rising prospects - The Washington Post
How Kentucky's Jamin Davis went from a 195-pound freshman to one of the top linebacker prospects in this year's NFL draft.
Playing for Ron Rivera was major reason William Jackson III chose WFT | RSN
Washington head coach Ron Rivera has had several talented cornerbacks thrive in his defense.
Don't count on Washington trading up with Atlanta for the No. 4 pick | RSN
It may look enticing, but the Washington Football Talk Podcast isn't fully sold on trading up in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Mock draft simulator: Best player available leads to a haul of linebackers for WFT | RSN
In a mock draft based solely on taking the best player available, Washington loads up at linebacker.