Two things to keep in mind for Washington Football Team as free agency begins | RSN
This week, JP Finlay and Pete Hailey preview free agency by answering important questions related to the Washington Football Team. Next up: They each pass on one key thing to keep in mind for when the fun begins.
Who Are All Of Washington’s 2021 Free Agents?
With NFL free agency set to begin March 17, Washington players with expiring contracts will have the opportunity to re-sign with the team or test the open market.
Rewarding Moments In Washington History: Santana Moss Recounts His First Season In Washington
In today’s Rewarding Moments In Washington History presented by Maryland Lottery My Lottery Rewards, Santana Moss opens up about Washington trading for him and his first season with the team in 2005.
AP source: Patriots completing 1-year deal to re-sign Newton – Washington Times
The New England Patriots are completing an agreement to re-sign free-agent quarterback Cam Newton, a person with knowledge of the negotiations told The Associated Press.
2021 Free Agency Preview: Defense | Football Outsiders
It’s a really, really good year to be shopping for defensive backs, where even after a wave of franchise tags, great names remain available.
Washington Football Team roster projection: Marcus Mariota in D.C.? – The Athletic
Terry McLaurin will return, but who will be throwing him passes — and who else could be playing for Washington next season?
Many NFL teams are facing a salary cap crunch. That gives Washington a big opportunity. – The Washington Post
The Washington Football Team has lots of salary cap room with free agency about to start, giving it an advantage over its division and conference opponents.
Washington 2021 Free Agency Preview: Offensive Line
Washington will have a chance to improve its roster starting with free agency. Here is a look at some of the offensive linemen who will be available.
One year of Covid: WFT’s rally around Ron Rivera and the bizarre end of Dwayne Haskins in DC | RSN
After his cancer diagnosis, Ron Rivera was considered at-risk in the deadly pandemic.