Archive for the ‘Washington Redskins’ Category

As injuries go, Bucs had depth and darn good luck in Super Bowl season

Sunday, February 28th, 2021

They completed the five-month marathon constituting an NFL season with nary a shin splint. Of the 22 Bucs who started the season opener at New Orleans on Sept. 13, all except one (injured right guard Alex Cappa) played in Super Bowl 55, and 20 played extensively (19 or more snaps). In the context of a 20-game grind, the Bucs were resilient, rugged and really, really fortunate. The tattered ...

Report: Dan Snyder is still not planning to sell the Washington Football Team

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

It's been a tumultuous year for Dan Snyder, but a report from Adam Schefter shows that he still has no intentions of selling the team.

Washington Football Team depth chart

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

These guys are a cut below Undrafted Free Agents — they are the players who still didn’t have a team after all the injured players were replaced during the regular season. These are the last-chancers-but-not-quite-no-hopers. Who was that guy?

Washington Football Team depth chart

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

These guys are a cut below Undrafted Free Agents — they are the players who still didn’t have a team after all the injured players were replaced during the regular season. These are the last-chancers-but-not-quite-no-hopers. Who was that guy?

Schefter: Despite Mounting Pressure, Dan Snyder Has ‘No Intent’ to Sell – NBC4 Washington

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Schefter: Despite mounting pressure, Dan Snyder has 'no intent' to sell originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington With ongoing legal battles on multiple continents, an ongoing NFL investigation into a toxic workplace culture and 40 percent of the team already up for sale, it's reasonable to ask if Washington Football Team owner Dan Snyder would be looking to sell his franchise. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, that's not happening. "He’s got no plans and no intent to sell that franchise.

Who are the players WFT has signed to 2021 reserve/future contracts? Defensive/ST Edition

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Teams can sign players to futures contracts as soon as the previous regular season is over, but the contract won’t count against the salary cap or 53-man limit. Instead, it’ll count against the salary cap and 90-man camp limit of the following season. These guys are basically the beginning of the back-end of the 90 man roster, slated to compete against drafted rookies and undrafted free agents for the last 2-3 slots on the 53-man roster and the totality of the practice squad.

2021 Football Team Offseason Preview

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Hayden Winks analyzes what type of players the Washington is searching for on offense and defense this offseason. (Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports)

Former Washington Football Team employees call for NFL to release findings of investigation

Friday, February 26th, 2021

LANDOVER, Md. FOX 5 DC) - The season may be over but 20 former Washington Football Team employees say they’re still waiting for results, sending a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Thursday calling for the league to publicly release the findings of its investigation looking into allegations of sexual harassment and abuse within the organization.

Kelvin Harmon expects to return from knee surgery as a key contributor

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Kelvin Harmon is growing closer to a return from surgery to repair an ACL and LCL last summer. The Washington receiver missed all of 2020, which makes him even more eager to begin the 2021 season. “I tried to make it into a positive because obviously there was nothing I could do,” Harmon said Thursday, [more]

Here’s How Rich Every NFL Team Is

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Even during a worldwide pandemic, the NFL is an incredibly lucrative investment. Financial Touchdown: The 25 Richest NFL Team Owners With teams unable to fill up stadiums with fans this season...