Archive for the ‘Washington Redskins’ Category

Training Camp & competition preview and detailed depth chart

Monday, July 26th, 2021

Offense Quarterback - expect 2 or 3 Running back - expect 3 or 4 Tight ends - expect 3 or 4 Wide receivers - expect 5 or 6 Offensive line - expect 9 or 10 Defense Defensive tackles - expect 4 or 5 Defensive ends - expect 4 or 5 Linebackers - expect 5 or 6 Cornerbacks - expect 5 or 6 Safeties - expect 4 to 6 Defensive backs Free safety: It seems as if veteran Bobby McCain, signed from the Dolphins this offseason, is the favorite to win the starting free safety position this season, though that wi...

Washington 2021 training camp preview: Defensive line

Sunday, July 25th, 2021

Washington has arguably the NFL's best defensive line in 2021.

Breaking down Washington ahead of training camp

Sunday, July 25th, 2021

Chris Russell and David Harrison host your Locked On Washington Football Team Podcast bringing you news, analysis and everything between as it pertains to the NFL and the WFT head of training camp. Washington will have its training camp from July 27-30 in Richmond, Virginia. And will be looking to capitalize in the second season under Ron Rivera after making the playoffs in his first year with the team.

10 Storylines to Watch as Washington Begins Training Camp on Tuesday

Sunday, July 25th, 2021

With Washington training camp set to start Tuesday in Richmond, we can officially welcome football back! With our Washington Football Team, now is the time fans start to get really excited - especially after what felt like an incredibly long offseason. What should be very exciting to follow are some key position battles for both starting, and reserve roles on this football team.

Jonathan Allen: should Washington do the franchise tag dance again?

Sunday, July 25th, 2021

Jonathan Allen was the first of four consecutive defensive line first-round selections made by Washington between 2017 and 2020. The team exercised Allen’s 5th year option, paying him $10m for one season in 2021. Many fans are now anxious to see the team leader rewarded with a well-earned contract extension, and it seems a natural time, before training camp begins, to complete a contract extension with the defensive stalwart who has been bringing Alabama work ethic and toughness to his NFL job f...

Local Washington D.C. High School Chosen To Receive Athletic Training Donation From Medco In Partnership With Cramer, PFATS

Saturday, July 24th, 2021

D.C.'s Eastern Senior High School has been chosen as a recipient of the 2021 High School Initiative, an athletic training donation program sponsored by a partnership between Medco Sports Medicine (Medco), Cramer Sports Medicine (Cramer), and the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society (PFATS). The initiative seeks to ensure that high school athletic trainers receive essential supplies and equipment necessary to provide athletic health care to student athletes.

Cleveland’s Baseball Team Is Changing Name to the Guardians

Friday, July 23rd, 2021

Cleveland's Major League Baseball team has decided to call itself the Guardians, the franchise announced Friday. The team had for years faced pressure to drop the racially offensive name it has been known as for more than a century. The change was announced in a video on Twitter narrated by Oscar winner Tom Hanks, who worked in Cleveland early in his acting career and starred in the women's baseball movie "A League of Their Own."

AFC East camp preview: Miami’s job is getting offense up to speed

Friday, July 23rd, 2021

That’s because of perceived weak foes in the AFC South (Houston and Jacksonville), the NFC South (Carolina and Atlanta) and the NFC East matchup (the Giants). Add two games against the rebuilding Jets, and that’s seven potential wins for Miami. The other opponents look tough, including the two AFC “crossover” foes for Miami – Baltimore and Las Vegas.

Will Tanya Snyder Change Washington’s Fate?

Friday, July 23rd, 2021

Lifelong fans of the Washington Football Team know one fact to be true: Dan Snyder’s ownership hasn’t taken the franchise to new heights. Following his purchase of the club in 1999, hopes were high for the businessman; he paid $800 million for the team, making the purchase the most expensive in sport’s history. Clearly, Snyder had big money.

Fantasy Football Rankings 2021: Busts from model that called Smith-Schuster’s disappointing season

Thursday, July 22nd, 2021

You don't want to be in the same position this year, so avoiding 2021 Fantasy football busts will be paramount to taking advantage of the extra week. Having a reliable set of Fantasy football rankings 2021 will go a long way in avoiding the pitfalls that often plague so many. Should you trust players like Saquon Barkley and Christian McCaffrey coming off injuries, or do they fit the profile of being Fantasy football busts 2021?