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Peter Schrager has Washington going unusual direction at No. 19 in latest mock | RSN
The Good Morning Football host believes Washington will add a dynamic player to its offense in the first round, but not at a position one would expect.

Why linebacker Micah Parsons could end up falling to Washington at pick No. 19 | RSN
Micah Parsons is seen as somewhat of a long shot for Washington, but one draft expert thinks the Burgundy and Gold could land the linebacker.

Trevor Matich's offensive line draft targets for Washington | RSN

Washington waives running back Bryce Love after two injury-filled seasons - The Washington Post
The 2017 Heisman Trophy runner-up never regained his form after tearing his right ACL on the last play of his college career. He has yet to appear in an NFL game.

Why some NFL players are opting out of voluntary offseason workouts - Washington Times
There's concern surrounding the pandemic. But the union also points to last offseason as proof in-person workouts may do more harm than good.

The Washington Football Team name is already just fine - The Washington Post
Red Hogs? Rubies? Renegades? Nah, just stick with Washington Football Team.

Alex Smith's NFL career defined by his impact and overcoming obstacles - Washington Blog- ESPN
The 2005 No. 1 overall pick was cut, traded, injured and benched over his 16 seasons. He handled it all like a pro, earning respect at every stop.

NFL community pays homage to Alex Smith following retirement | RSN
After 16 seasons and a miraculous comeback, Alex Smith hung up his cleats Monday. The NFL's support and admiration came in droves.

Alex Smith made the most of a second chance few athletes get - The Washington Post
Alex Smith's career was over, and then he willed himself to the type of second chance few athletes get. In his final year as an NFL quarterback, he made the most of it.