Report: WFT won't have tryout players at rookie minicamp due to coronavirus | RSN
Due to a positive COVID-19 test, Washington's rookie minicamp won't feature any tryout players.
Washington Football Team 2021 schedule includes three prime-time games - The Washington Post
Washington opens its season with home games against the Chargers and Giants, faces off against the AFC champion Chiefs and Super Bowl champ Bucs, and finishes with an NFC East gantlet.
Washington Football Team's 2021 schedule: Five division games to close season - Washington Blog- ESPN
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is on a quest to start his first postseason game, and it will take a strong finish by coach Ron Rivera's team to make it happen.
What the signing of Charles Leno Jr. means for Washington's offensive line | RSN
Charles Leno Jr. is now a member of the Burgundy and Gold. Here's how his arrival impacts Washington's offensive line.
Washington's QB conundrum when looking at the 2021 schedule | RSN
The competition is taking a massive step forward in 2021 from the QBs Washington faced in 2020. That, however, may not tell the whole story.
2021 Washington Football Team Schedule: 5 Takeaways
The 17-game slate, which was released Wednesday night, includes rivalries, rematches and primetime matchups as Washington looks to become the NFC East’s first repeat champion since 2004.
Washington Football Team schedule released - five of their six NFC East games will close the season | Professional Sports | richmond.com
The NFC East, never a bastion of stability, could once again get decided in the season's final weeks, as the Cowboys, Eagles, Giants and Washington will all play each other
Rating every game on the Washington Football Team schedule - The Washington Post
With the help of Ryan Fitzpatrick’s beard, we rated every Washington Football Team game based on watchability.
One subplot to watch for in every Washington Football Team game in 2021 | RSN
Here's one subplot to every Washington Football Team game this fall.
Albert Breer: Trading for Aaron Rodgers would blow up Ron Rivera's plan | RSN
Albert Breer could see Washington going all-in for Aaron Rodgers but also believes it goes against what Ron Rivera has done to begin his tenure.