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Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah could be what Washington needs at linebacker - Washington Times
Despite an aggressive approach to free agency, linebacker remains one of the team's biggest holes on the roster. Ron Rivera openly wondered last week if Washington had enough depth at the position -- and he's been critical of the spot in the past, as well. Luckily for Washington, this draft appears to have strong upside at linebacker.

Updated WFT WR Depth Chart: Could be trouble looming for Steven Sims? | RSN
Ron Rivera pledged more competition on the Washington roster, and that's certainly the case at the wide receiver position.

5 Things To Know About WR/KR DeAndre Carter
The 5-foot-8, 190-pound Carter is a proven returner who can step in and contribute offensively when necessary.

This small gesture from Chase Young 'really impressed' Ryan Fitzpatrick | RSN
During an interview on the Washington Football Talk podcast, Ryan Fitzpatrick explained a small thing Chase Young did that the QB really appreciated.

The Evolution Of Antonio Gibson
Gibson only had 33 carries in his two-year stint at Memphis when Washington drafted him. Over the course of Gibson's rookie season, the team transformed him into an efficient running back.

How will Ryan Fitzpatrick fit in Washington's offense? Better than some think – The Athletic
Ron Rivera, Scott Turner and the rest of the decision-makers want a quarterback who is a leader and isn't afraid to make throws.

What to make of these comments from Ron Rivera on Washington's linebackers | RSN
Ron Rivera dropped an interesting comment about Washington's linebackers on Thursday, and Pete Hailey tries to make sense of it here.

Inova cuts ties with Washington Football Team | WTOP
Inova announced Friday that it will be ending its partnership with the Washington Football Team as the team’s physicians.

It's official: Dan Snyder owns 100 percent of Washington Football Team | RSN
Dan Snyder now owns 100 percent of the Washington Football Team.