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Falcons waive Craig Reynolds

The Falcons waived running back Craig Reynolds, the team announced Friday. Reynolds, 24, went undrafted out of Kutztown in 2019, signing with Washington. The team waived him out of the preseason. Reynolds later joined Washington’s practice squad. Washington activated him to their 53-player roster, and Reynolds was active for three games. He saw action on [more]

Adrian Peterson wants a Super Bowl and Emmitt Smith’s rushing record

Adrian Peterson is 35 years old, ancient for a running back, but he thinks he’s a long way from done. Heading into his 14th NFL season and his third in Washington, Peterson says he still has more he wants to accomplish, starting with winning a Super Bowl. “Winning a championship is the one I want [more]

Maryland’s Michael Locksley forms group to help minority coaches

Maryland coach Michael Locksley made it to the top. Now he wants to help others find an easier path, and he’s enlisted some powerful NFL names in his effort. According to Jim Trotter of, Locksley formed the National Coalition of Minority Football Coaches, which hopes to help speed up the pace of minority hiring [more]

Brandon Scherff’s goal is to stay in Washington past this year

Brandon Scherff‘s going to play out the year on his one-year franchise tag deal, but he said he hoped to stay with the franchise beyond that. Via Sam Fortier of the Washington Post, the veteran guard said he’d like to stay, even though he can’t do a deal with the team until the end of [more]

Ron Rivera: Dwayne Haskins right where he needs to be at this junction

Washington head coach Ron Rivera said on Tuesday that he is “pleasantly surprised” by how quarterback Alex Smith has looked since getting cleared for football activities and reiterated that he can see Smith being part of a quarterback competition this summer. Rivera also spent some time talking about the quarterback who ended last season as [more]

Jack Del Rio on opt outs: I have views that wouldn’t sit well with my occupation

Washington defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio doesn’t want to say what he really thinks about players who are opting out of the 2020 season because of concerns about COVID-19. Del Rio told Ben Standig of that offering his opinion about players opting out might land him in hot water. “I have personal views that [more]

Ron Rivera “pleasantly surprised” by how far along Alex Smith is

Alex Smith‘s bid to return to action after 2018’s severe leg fractures moved forward last month when he was cleared for football activities ahead of training camp. Smith is on the physically unable to perform list at the moment, but Washington head coach Ron Rivera has left the door open for Smith to challenge for [more]

New XFL owners “love” having eight teams, and eventually having more than eight

The re-resurrected XFL will move forward under the management of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, his ex-wife and current business manager Dany Garcia, and RedBird Capital. Garcia spoke to Daniel Kaplan of regarding the vision for XFL 3.0, if/when the bankruptcy court approves the transaction. For starters, Garcia suggested that the XFL will have eight [more]

Josh Harvey-Clemons opts out of 2020 season

Washington reduced its roster to 80 players Monday, at least until Dontrelle Inman‘s signing becomes official. The most significant of the team’s announced moves was linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons‘ decision to opt out of the 2020 season. Washington spent a fifth-round choice on Michigan linebacker Khaleke Hudson, who could fill in for Harvey-Clemons. Harvey-Clemons, 26, entered [more]

49ers sign Jordan Reed

The 49ers are adding to a position of strength. Veteran tight end Jordan Reed is signing with the 49ers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Reed has previously played for 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan in Washington, and he was a Pro Bowl tight end in Washington. Pairing him with George Kittle could give the 49ers [more]

Washington signing Dontrelle Inman

The Washington Football Team is adding a veteran at wide receiver. Dontrelle Inman will sign with Washington, according to multiple reports. The 31-year-old Inman spent time last year with the Patriots, Chargers and Colts but rarely got on the field, catching a total of just 12 passes in 2019. In his best season, in 2016, [more]

Ken Zampese on Alex Smith: “He is fantastic”

As Washington quarterback Alex Smith prepares to return to practice nearly two years after an injury and ensuing infection that was supposed to end his career, Washington quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese has addressed the dynamics associated with Smith’s potential return to action. “Well, physically the first thing we have to find out is if he [more]

Washington claims cornerback Ryan Lewis

Washington has claimed cornerback Ryan Lewis off waivers, the team announced Thursday. The Dolphins waived Lewis on Wednesday. The Dolphins claimed Lewis off waivers last October. He played eight games with three starts for Miami in 2019, making 24 tackles, one interception and five pass breakups. Lewis also spent time with the Eagles, Colts and [more]

Washington puts Logan Thomas on COVID-19 list

Washington has placed tight end Logan Thomas on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team announced Wednesday. The new reserve list category was created for a player who either tests positive for COVID-19 or who is quarantined after being in close contact with an infected person. If a player falls into either of these categories, their club [more]

Ron Rivera will stand for anthem, but fully supports First Amendment rights

When the regular season begins (and hopefully it will), the head coach of The Washington Football Team will be standing for The National Anthem. But Ron Rivera will not question the decision of players to use the anthem as a platform for protest. “Well, the truth of the matter is again, let’s go back to [more]

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