Washington Football News: Washington Football Media Links Roundup
Washington Football Team’s decisions on ownership, name and QB come into focus – NFC East- ESPN
Updating the latest news, including Dan Snyder’s bid for full ownership to be voted on this week, how the draft could bring clarity at QB and more.
How William Jackson III fits the Washington Football Team defense – The Washington Post
The former Bengals cornerback joins a talented defense led by coordinator Jack Del Rio.
‘Fun battle’: Taylor Heinicke gives thoughts on Ryan Fitzpatrick’s arrival | RSN
Taylor Heinicke was the last guy to start at quarterback for the Washington Football Team, so what does he make of the club going out and signing Ryan Fitzpatrick?
Futures: Penn State LB Micah Parsons | Football Outsiders
The Nittany Lions star showed that he could be a force against the run at Happy Valley. His coverage skills remain unproven, but Derrik Klassen shows why Parsons should grow to excel in that category as well.
Even after free agent flurry Washington still Top 10 in cap space | RSN
The Washington Football Team made significant free agent moves, but still has the cap space to bring more players in.
Adam Humphries explains his side of Ryan Fitzpatrick’s wacky lateral attempt | RSN
Back when Adam Humphries and Ryan Fitzpatrick were teammates in Tampa, the former was on the receiving end of a wacky lateral attempt by the latter. Here, Humphries describes what he was thinking during that play.
Roger Goodell expects NFL to have full stadiums in upcoming 2021 season | RSN
Roger Goodell was optimistic about the likelihood of going back to normal next season.
Washington will face Bills in 2021 as NFL expands to 17-game schedule | RSN
The NFL has officially moved to a 17-game season.
Christian Darrisaw says playing for Washington would be ‘a dream come true’ | RSN
The Virginia Tech left tackle is expected to be a first-round pick in April’s draft.
And One: Jennifer King on possibility of a female NFL head coach | RSN
The WFT assistant RBs coach says it’ll be a while before females are in the conversation for head coaching gigs, but can’t wait for that day.