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After Achilles injury, Washington's Landon Collins out to 'prove I'm the best safety' - Washington Blog- ESPN
The versatile veteran, who suffered a season-ending injury in October, returned to the field ahead of schedule and has shined in training camp.

Washington Hosts Salute To Service NFL Boot Camp In Richmond
One hundred local military members were at practice in Richmond, 50 of which participated in drills similar to those in the NFL National Scouting Combine.

Washington Training Camp Notebook: A Boost Of Energy
Ron Rivera is pumped to see the fans at FedExField

Steven Sims Is Looking To Make His Case
Sims wants to make an impact on Washington's roster, regardless of what his role may be.

The Chess Matches Between Cole Holcomb And Ryan Fitzpatrick
Holcomb has had an excellent camp, and playing against Fitzpatrick has helped him improve.

Terry McLaurin met with Doug Baldwin to help take his game to another level - The Washington Post
Washington's top receiver met with Baldwin, the former Seahawks wideout, to learn new tricks as a route-runner and the importance of knowing one's strengths and weaknesses.

Three things to know about DeAndre Carter, a Washington training camp standout | RSN
DeAndre Carter is turning in one heck of a camp so far for Washington. Here's what fans of the team should know about him.

Antonio Gibson feels fine physically and mentally after bout with turf toe | RSN
The Washington Football Team needs Antonio Gibson at his best for the offense to reach its ceiling.

Logan Thomas Talks With Mike Garafolo at Washington Football Training Camp - WFT (8-3-2021) - YouTube
“This is just the beginning for myself.” - Logan Thomas

The NFL’s Most Valuable Teams 2021: Average Team Value Soars To $3.5 Billion As League Shrugs Off Pandemic Year
5. Washington Football Team

Value: $4.2 billion

One-Year Change: 20%

Owner: Daniel Snyder

Operating Income: $25 million

PHOTOS: Training Camp Day 8
The Washington Football Team continues Week 2 of training camp. (Photos by Emilee Fails/Washington Football Team)

Washington's new state-of-the-art field is ready for its 'Friday Night Lights' debut – The Athletic
Washington's first time seeing the new surface at FedEx Field will be Friday, when it holds an evening practice.

Washington football observations: Heinicke's back in form, a peek at the run game, and a bird | Professional Sports | richmond.com
A stellar day for Washington’s quarterbacks included a no-look pass by Ryan Fitzpatrick and a return to form for fan-favorite Taylor Heinicke.

WFT camp notes: Important contributors return and Taylor Heinicke bounces back | RSN
Washington shed the pads but still got after it in training camp on Thursday. Here is every key piece of intel you must know.

Ron Rivera: WFT 'heading in the right direction' after crossing 85% getting Covid vaccine | RSN
Washington began training camp as one of the least vaccinated teams.

Cole Holcomb is bringing more speed and a new mullet to his third season in Washington - The Washington Post
The third-year linebacker was held back by injuries last season, but in his second season playing for Ron Rivera and Jack Del Rio, Holcomb says he is more confident in the details.

Jamin Davis, Cole Holcomb appreciate WFT coaches' linebacker backgrounds | RSN
Washington linebackers Jamin Davis and Cole Holcomb spoke to the benefits of playing under Ron Rivera and Jack Del Rio, who were both linebackers themselves during their playing days.

Landon Collins is back healthy and his WFT teammates are impressed | RSN
Landon Collins' return from a torn Achilles tendon last October has gone faster than expected

Washington Football Roster Talk: Who Starts at Safety? | WFT Camp/Preseason Position Battles
How many safeties will the WFT keep? Which ones will make the roster?