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Colt McCoy had surgery on his broken leg

There’s a good reason Colt McCoy‘s on crutches. The Washington quarterback, who broke his fibula on Dec. 4 against the Eagles and threatened to play late in the season if the playoffs were on the line, will have a longer recovery. According to Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic, McCoy had another surgery on his right [more]

Colt McCoy still on crutches

Colt McCoy was holding out hope fo playing last December, if it had mattered. Three months later, the Washington quarterback’s still apparently not well enough to walk around on his own. Via J.P. Finlay of NBC Sports Washington, McCoy was spotted on crutches while doing an interview during an Indy Car race. McCoy suffered his [more]

One rule proposal would let coaches challenge uncalled penalties in replay

For years, there have been calls for the NFL to expand instant replay to allow coaches to challenge an uncalled penalty. And for years, the argument against that has been that it’s opening a Pandora’s box where every big play by one team is followed by a challenge from the coach of the other team, [more]

Adrian Peterson: I should have had 1500, 1600 yards last year

Expectations were measured for running back Adrian Peterson heading into the 2018 season as he was a late addition to the Washington roster and coming off a pair of down years at 33 years old. Peterson exceeded those expectations by a wide margin. He ran for 1,042 yards and seven touchdowns while also catching 20 [more]

Jake Fisher moves on to Bills workout

Jake Fisher wants to make the move from offensive tackle to tight end and is looking for a team that will give him a chance to do so. That process will take him to Buffalo next. John Keim of ESPN.com reports that Fisher is set to work out for the Bills on Friday. Fisher worked [more]

Drew Lock meets with Dolphins, Giants next

There are more teams with reasonable needs for a first-round quarterback this year than there are first-round quarterbacks, so it stands to reason those guys will be busy. According to Alex Schiffer of the Kansas City Star, Missouri quarterback Drew Lock met with the Dolphins last night for dinner and a private visit, and has [more]

Will Grier is “a riser,” will meet with at least 10 teams

West Virginia quarterback Will Grier “put on a show” for scouts at the school’s Pro Day, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. All 32 teams were in attendance to watch Grier, including head coaches Pat Shurmur, Jay Gruden and Mike Tomlin and executives Kevin Colbert, Marty Hurney and Nick Caserio, according to Aditi Kinkhabwala of the [more]

Greg Manusky: No “balancing act” with former coordinators added to staff

Among the changes in Washington for the 2019 season is the addition of two former defensive coordinators to the defensive coaching staff. The moves to hire inside linebackers coach Rob Ryan and defensive backs coach Ray Horton came after the team took its time confirming that defensive coordinator Greg Manuksy would return for a third [more]

Washington will work out Jake Fisher

Jake Fisher continues his hunt for a team to give him a chance to play tight end in the NFL after four seasons as an offensive tackle. He will work out with Washington on Thursday, John Keim of ESPN reports. Fisher’s first workout was with the Texans, who signed Darren Fells. Fisher, 25, appeared in [more]

Dwayne Haskins has four more private meetings set up

The Giants may have gotten the first crack at a private meeting with Dwayne Haskins, but they’ll be far from the last. According to Aditi Kinkhabwhala of NFL Network, the Ohio State quarterback said he also has four other meetings scheduled (though there could always be more). Specifically, Haskins mentioned the Raiders (who pick fourth [more]

Washington re-signs Zac Kerin

Washington has signed free agent offensive guard Zac Kerin, the team announced Tuesday. He appeared in two games for Washington last season after signing with the team in Week 15. Kerin, 27, has played 16 career regular-season games. He entered the NFL after signing with the Vikings as a college free agent in 2014. Kerin [more]

Ereck Flowers sees “great opportunity” to work with Bill Callahan

Ereck Flowers signed a one-year contract with Washington on Monday and early word is that they will give the 2015 Giants first-round pick a look at guard heading into next season. Flowers’ forays at left and right tackle for the Giants were dismal enough that a position change may represent his best opportunity to continue [more]

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix came to Chicago to “chase a ring”

Free agent safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had multiple motivations for signing a one-year deal with the Bears last week. But mostly, he thinks he’s doing something other players have to wait years for. “You see so many guys get to the end of their successful careers and now they’re trying to chase a ring,” Clinton-Dix [more]

Report: Washington plans to use Ereck Flowers as a guard

Ereck Flowers didn’t do very well as a left tackle or a right tackle for the Giants and one of their NFC East rivals will reportedly be changing his position for the 2019 season. John Keim of ESPN.com reports that Washington will be moving Flowers to guard. Flowers signed a one-year, $4 million deal with [more]

Washington makes Adrian Peterson’s return official

Washington made Adrian Peterson‘s return official Monday, announcing his signing. It previously was reported he would sign a two-year, $8 million deal. Peterson, who turns 34 this week, ran 251 times for 1,042 yards and seven touchdowns while also catching 20 passes for 208 yards and a touchdown in his first season in Washington. He [more]

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