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Our 2021 Draft picks are officially set!— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) March 22, 2021
What do you want to see us do with them
Cleared Waivers:— NFLTradeRumors.co (@nfltrade_rumors) April 20, 2021
RB Bryce Love (WAS)
DB Tyrique McGhee (LAR)
Let’s talk a little bit about Antonio Gibson. A thread.— John Hesterman (@john_hesterman) April 20, 2021
Despite concerns about his usage as an RB in college, Gibson finished his rookie season with 170 carries for 795 yards and 11 touchdowns and tacked on 36 receptions for 247 receiving yards.
Bryce Love is gone and McKissic will end up less targeted than he was last season with more reliable QB play and less panic dump offs.— John Hesterman (@john_hesterman) April 20, 2021
Conclusion, Gibson has serious upside potential that does not seem to be getting enough conversation.
This draft class is so deep at OT that if we miss out on the top 3 (IMHO, Sewell, Slater, and Darrisaw) I'd be comfortable waiting til the 3rd to see what high-upside dude is left. Gotta be one of the following at #74:— WASHINGTON FOOTBALL (@HogsHaven) April 19, 2021
Eichenberg, Leatherwood, Cosmi, Little, North, Christensen
I'm not going to link to the mock draft that has Washington taking a running back at No. 19, but it is out there and it is real.— Brendan Darr (@BrendanDarr) April 20, 2021
So we’ve reached the WFT may take a RB at 19 portion of the draft cycle and fans are losing their minds ... cool— Mitchell Tischler (@Mitch_Tischler) April 20, 2021
Former Pro Bowl TE Jordan Reed is retiring, sources say. A 2013 3rd-round pick by the Washington Football Team, Reed emerged as one of the game’s best receiving TEs before battling injuries. His improbable comeback with #49ers last season allowed him to walk away with no regrets.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 20, 2021
Jordan Reed told @john_keim that he visited a Plasticity Center for a brain scan and it was recommended he retire: "I had some lingering effects and sought out professional help to get diagnosed. They told me it was not a good idea to keep playing. I agreed with them."— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) April 20, 2021
1️⃣1️⃣ ➡️ 8️⃣6️⃣— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) April 20, 2021
Enjoy retirement, fellas! pic.twitter.com/qI7Adrc802
#Cowboys veteran CB Rashard Robinson is suspended without pay for the first two games of the 2021 regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 20, 2021
Gettleman on not adjusting Kyle Rudolph’s contract after his foot injury was detected in his entry physical: “We are the Giants. We’re going to do everything with class.”— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) April 20, 2021
Gettleman said the team doctors signed off on Rudolph’s foot.
We have signed Coach Mike Tomlin to a three-year contract extension.— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) April 20, 2021
Adrian Peterson is looking for a contender to give him a chance for a ring. https://t.co/FKMU6DsBks— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 21, 2021
Joe Burrow "very optimistic" about playing Week 1. https://t.co/y0vT9vzpvf— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 21, 2021
Good note from @AlbertBreer worth remembering for Washington fans with regards to trade up/trade back discussions. At 19, they’re right around the cutoff point guy guys with 1st round grades. Could impact trade decision. Full piece: https://t.co/lo48P645Px pic.twitter.com/gbyAnqnRYI— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) April 20, 2021
I think this will likely end up as my final tiers for WRs. Explanations will be on the channel— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) April 20, 2021
⁃Terrace Marshall Jr.
==TIER 6==— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) April 20, 2021
⁃Jonathan Adams Jr.
Just got done watching Mac Jones film and I feel compelled to revisit this tweet.— Sage Rosenfels (@SageRosenfels18) April 19, 2021
I was blown away by his decision making, timing, and accuracy. These three things are attributes that Kyle S. loves in a QB.
He really could go to the @49ers. Sorry for the premature hot take. https://t.co/FgdBzfihIh
Throw in that he also has a big catch radius, decent (but not great) speed in a huge frame, and skied up to beat several future starting NFL corners (Surtain, Grimes, Campbell, etc) on week to week basis, and I think he's got a bright future.— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) April 20, 2021
Sam Cosmi is one of the wildest prospects I've ever studied. Some absolutely jaw-dropping reps on tape. Technique is a disaster, pass sets will need a lot of fixing in the NFL. Just won with his combination of athleticism, grip strength and raw desire.— Jon Ledyard (@LedyardNFLDraft) April 21, 2021
The wildest thing is that on Cosmi's most impressive reps, you STILL aren't like "wow, there's the technique he needs!"...he accomplishes some sick stuff without even doing it right. Can't live like that in the NFL, but it's wild to watch in college.— Jon Ledyard (@LedyardNFLDraft) April 21, 2021
The Jimmy Johnson chart just gives some insight as to how someone would have looked at the draft 30 some years ago.— Jason_OTC (@Jason_OTC) April 20, 2021
The @NFL & @NFLPA worked collaboratively to test & rank 41 total helmet models, including three new models never tested before by the league.— NFL345 (@NFL345) April 20, 2021
All three new helmet models are among the top 10 ranked models, evidence that improvements in helmet design continue year over year. pic.twitter.com/SKPCgGPwhj
The NFL is releasing its helmet testing results today. The most interesting morsel: a position-specific helmet designed for linemen is among the top overall. Position-specific helmets are the next frontier in helmet technology and they have finally arrived.— Judy Battista (@judybattista) April 20, 2021
Our players and our organization have come together over the last year to support equity and justice in our community. In response to today’s verdict in Minneapolis, we share this perspective: pic.twitter.com/cOgdkXqbUz— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) April 20, 2021
Raiders owner Mark Davis takes responsibility for team's controversial "I can breathe" tweet following the murder conviction in the George Floyd case. https://t.co/SGWdpGG4fe— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 21, 2021
Just spoke with Raiders owner Mark Davis: "That's my tweet. That was me. I don't want anyone in the organization taking heat. I take full responsibility for that."— Ed Graney (@edgraney) April 21, 2021
Story coming soon on the reason for the tweet and Davis' thoughts on today's verdict at https://t.co/bxwBcPsbQs
Per @AdamSchefter: The Raiders are currently looking to trade up to draft a social media manager in the top 10.— Cousin Sal (@TheCousinSal) April 21, 2021
First time in my career I’ve covered the launch and disintegration of a $3B sports venture over two days of live TV. https://t.co/fypokienHg— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) April 21, 2021
Well, the #SuperLeague may not work out, but the clubs involved at least got *checks notes* an extraordinary amount of bad press and enduring ill will out of it?— Thomas Floyd (@ThomasFloyd) April 20, 2021
Sitting here watching a multi-billion dollar soccer league appear out of nowhere and then collapse in a 48-span, and some people will still try to convince me that twitter dot com is bad.— David Helman (@HelmanDC) April 20, 2021
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