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The Game Has Slowed Down For Saahdiq Charles
Charles is back after suffering a season-ending injury last season, and there are some high expectations for what he can do.

Maurice Jones-Drew thinks Giants can challenge WFT for NFC East, with one caveat | RSN
The success of the Giants in 2021 hinders on the shoulders of Daniel Jones, according to Maurice Jones-Drew.

Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant as an NFL wide receiver? 'All go routes' | RSN
Kevin Durant said if he put his mind to it he could play as an NFL WR when he joined his longtime friend and manager Rich Kleinman on the "Boardroom: Out of Office" podcast.

There's a big difference between competition and QB competition | RSN
Every day in camp, the Washington Football Team quarterbacks will compete. That just doesn’t mean there is a quarterback competition.

Zampese Sees 'A New Guy' In Second Stint With Fitzpatrick
Zampese hasn't worked with Fitzpatrick since their days together with the Bengals. Now, Zampese has a more mature and well-rounded version of the player he used to have.

Antonio Gibson's growth could fuel Washington Football Team's attack - Washington Blog- ESPN
After a promising rookie season, the versatile running back has shown signs that he is ready to take another step in his development.

#PickSix: X-Factors And Position Competition
Fans want to know which players will be an X-factor and what kind of impact John Bates will have, and we have answers.

Washington's Logan Thomas attends first annual Tight End University event | RSN
The Washington tight end is among 40 tight ends teaming up in Nashville this weekend to improve their games.

NFL will bring back alternate color helmets in 2022 | RSN
The NFL is giving teams the opportunity to use two different helmets, making for some interesting combinations in the future.

Washington Salute Hosts 2021 Military Combine With Five Branch Drill Teams
On Thursday, June 24th, the Washington Salute team welcomed the United States Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard Drill Teams to the St. James Sports Complex in Springfield, VA for the first Washington Salute Military Combine since 2019.