Washington's plan: Build its roster until right long-term QB arrives - Washington Blog- ESPN
Like the Chiefs, 49ers and Rams, coach Ron Rivera & Co. will add talent around their veteran starter and pounce when they find the right successor.
WFT one piece away from trophy, should go get Aaron Rodgers
The Washington Football Team seems only a quarterback away from Super Bowl contention. So why are they waiting? Go get Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and prepare for a parade.
Did Washington Football Make a Mistake by not Drafting a Quarterback?
Scott Turner doesn't see Ryan Fitzpatrick slowing down anytime soon | RSN
The offensive coordinator is excited to work with Washington's newest quarterback.
Washington players whose job security took a hit in the 2021 NFL Draft | RSN
When rookies come in, veterans get in trouble. It's that simple. Here are four Washington players now feeling the heat after the draft.
Scott Turner excited to work with Ryan Fitzpatrick and Curtis Samuel | RSN
Washington's offensive coordinator can't wait to work with some of the new additions in 2021.
Washington isn't completely closing door on Ryan Kerrigan reunion after draft | RSN
The Washington Football Team is not closing the door on a Ryan Kerrigan reunion, but the club plans to give its two seventh-round edge rushers a chance to show what they have first.
Speed and versatility aren't the only common themes of Washington's draft class | RSN
Most players in Washington's draft class are fast, versatile or both. But there's another trait that connects most of the picks, too.
Ron Rivera felt a need for speed in this year's draft; Washington's selections posted blazing 40 times | Professional Sports | richmond.com
"He can absolutely fly, and there wasn’t a defense we saw that could keep him from getting over the top on them."
3 questions for Washington after strong NFL Draft, Free Agency | RSN
Even with a productive free agency period and the draft now completed, Washington still has some major questions for the 2021 season and beyond.
5 Things To Know About Sam Cosmi
Washington used its second-round pick (51st overall) to take Texas offensive tackle Sam Cosmi. Here are five things to know about the newest addition to Washington's offensive line.
Ron Rivera Takes 'Unique' Approach By Having Personal Meetings With Draft Picks
Rivera wanted to find the right kind of players to fit Washington's culture. The best way to do that was meet with them himself.
The Trait Scott Turner Believes Sets WR Dyami Brown Apart
Brown's size and speed will certainly help, but it's the third-rounder's ability to make contested catches down the field that will expand Washington's offense even more.