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Ryan Fitzpatrick wants to instill confidence in Washington's young core | RSN
It takes a lot of confidence to stay in the NFL for 17 years for eight different teams. Ryan Fitzpatrick wants to pass that down to Washington's youth.

Brian Baldinger says Jamin Davis is a 'great fit' for WFT's 'beast' defense | RSN
Jamin Davis reminds Brian Baldinger a lot of another linebacker that thrived in Washington head coach Ron Rivera's system.

WFT Roster Questions: Who Starts on the O-Line? | Washington Football Team

Linsey: Washington’s Jonathan Allen has developed into one of the NFL’s best interior pass-rushers | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | PFF
Washington’s Jonathan Allen was the highest-graded pass-rusher on Washington’s defense last season and ranked among the best pass-rushing defensive tackles in the NFL in 2020.

'Don't sleep on this guy': Washington's Benjamin St-Juste in position to prove he's special – The Athletic
Rookie cornerback Benjamin St-Juste is unique, but in Washington, he'll have to overcome the same uncertainty he has addressed twice before.

Ryan Fitzpatrick thinks Washington's offense will be tough to defend in 2021 | RSN
Washington quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick discussed the progress Scott Turner's new offense is making.

After a breakout season last year, can former Tech QB Logan Thomas take another leap as an NFL tight end? | Professional Sports |
Logan Thomas turned 30 at the start of this month, but at an age when many NFL players are planning their next career, Thomas is just getting started.

Dan Snyder’s football culture won’t change unless he does - The Washington Post
The owner of the Washington Football Team is temporarily banished. When he returns, can his franchise really be different?

Washington Football Team will unveil new name and logo in early 2022 - ProFootballTalk

From Dak Prescott to Chase Young, the NFC East in 2021 is up for grabs
The Cowboys quarterback is the easy choice for division MVP, but can Washington's star edge rusher unseat him? ESPN's NFC East reporters break it down.

Longtime NFL writer Ben Volin ranks the best NFL destinations - The Boston Globe
21. Washington: Also basically the same. There’s a ton of sights to see, but FedEx Field is in a nondescript part of the Maryland suburbs, the traffic is terrible, and the stadium has no soul.

No Shortage Of Competition At Wide Receiver
For the next month, is breaking down each of Washington's position group as the team prepares for training camp. Next up are the wide receivers.

Most Intriguing NFC East Storylines as Training Camp Approaches | WFT, Cowboys, Eagles, Giants - YouTube

Push to change Indian-themed team names stalls one year after Washington took action - Washington Times
Last summer's decision by Washington's NFL franchise to abandon the "Redskins" brand was seen not only as a victory for those who had spent years protesting that specific name, but as a sign of broader change to come. Activists hoped that other American Indian-themed teams would follow suit. It hasn't happened.

Jason Wright, WFT’s ‘outsider’ president, plots a future all about change - The Washington Post
Eleven months into his tenure with the Washington Football Team, Wright's to-do list remains packed with the work of changing the workplace culture, rebranding the team and working on a new stadium.

President's Brief: Moving Forward
We are proudly forging ahead in this journey with a promise to our community -- a promise to continue to be inclusive in our process and collaborative with our fans.