人人买彩票官网Special Section - - Washington Times
Skip to content

Washington NFL Team

dafabet手机版平台The latest news and analysis of the Washington NFL Team season.

Recent Stories

Washington Redskins defensive back Troy Apke (30) celebrates his interception with defensive tackle Ondre Pipkins (78) during the first half of a preseason NFL football game against the New York Jets, Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018, in Landover, Md. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) **FILE**

Four takeaways from Washington's surprising position battles

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台Two days into Washington's padded practices, coach Ron Rivera has a warning for those trying to project starting lineups and 53-man rosters. It's still early. Washington has had some surprises at pivotal positions -- leaving others to wonder just what's real and what's not.

Washington quarterback Alex Smith (11) walks to practice at the team's NFL football training facility, Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020, in Ashburn, Va. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Alex Smith looking like 'wily veteran' in return from injury

- The Washington Times

Alex Smith dropped back to pass, moved to his left and fired off a pass to wide receiver Cam Sims. It was a routine throw, but for the quarterback these days, nothing is routine. With every pass, all eyes are fixated on the 36-year-old as he looks to make a historic comeback from his horrific leg injury.

In this Feb. 26, 2020, file photo, Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera speaks during a press conference at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis. This is supposed to be the Redskins' Chase Young draft. The chance to select the Ohio State pass-rusher with the second overall pick is a possible silver lining of a 3-13 season. Young is considered the top defensive player available after putting up 46 tackles and 16 1/2 sacks last year. New Redskins coach Ron Rivera cautioned to wait to see what happens with the No. 1 pick first. He has also taken calls from other teams about trading down. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)  **FILE**

Ron Rivera's culture tested with Derrius Guice, Reuben Foster

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台The timing, even if coincidental, couldn't have been any more glaring. Two days after running back Derrius Guice was released following a domestic violence-related arrest, Washington activated Reuben Foster off the Physically Unable to Perform list -- the same Foster who has been arrested multiple times on domestic violence charges when with San Francisco 49ers.

Scherff focused on his health, not his contract

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台Coming off season-ending injuries to his shoulder and elbow, Brandon Scherff said he wants to do a better job of taking care of his body. Scherff hasn't played a full 16-game slate since 2016 and has landed on injured reserve for the past two seasons. He played in 11 games last year and appeared in just eight in 2018.

Cleveland Browns quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese, right, talks with quarterback Baker Mayfield at the NFL football team's training camp facility, Thursday, July 26, 2018, in Berea, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Zampese brings a sense of urgency to Washington's quarterback room

- The Washington Times

Washington is now on the clock with two young quarterbacks of its own: incumbent Dwayne Haskins and Kyle Allen. Rivera has said Washington will have a "pure competition" to determine its starter. Quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese will play an instrumental part in the process, relaying information to the signal-callers and testing them to make sure they grasp it.

Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith (11) smiles as he runs off the filed after wide receiver Jamison Crowder (80) scored a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game between the Washington Redskins and the Green Bay Packers, Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 in Landover, Md. (AP Photo/Mark Tenally)

Rivera: Smith part of Washington's 'equation' at quarterback when healthy

- The Washington Times

Speaking to reporters during an online video press conference, Washington coach Ron Rivera said he will monitor the progress of signal-callers Dwayne Haskins, Kyle Allen and even veteran Alex Smith. Coming off a horrific leg injury from 2018, Smith was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list to begin camp, but if he is cleared to practice, Rivera said the 36-year-old will become "part of our equation" in determining a starter.

Ohio State defensive lineman Chase Young, center, watches a drill with Alabama defensive lineman Raekwon Davis, left, and Florida defensive lineman Jonathan Greenard, right, at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis, Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall) ** FILE **

Chase Young signs rookie deal

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台The Washington Redskins signed defensive end Chase Young to his rookie contract Thursday, a deal worth four years, $34.6 million. The No. 2 overall pick's contract includes a $22.7 million signing bonus.

Fingers crossed as NFL tries to pull a season off

- The Washington Times

The plan to play professional football this fall is finally coming into focus, just as rookies are set to report to NFL training camps around the country. There will be an NFL season -- or at least an attempt at one -- even if that season looks unlike any of the 100 that have come before.

Memphis wide receiver Antonio Gibson runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)  **FILE**

Redskins agree to terms with majority of rookie class

- The Washington Times

The Washington Redskins signed five members of their rookie class Wednesday -- agreeing to terms with running back Antonio Gibson, left tackle Saahdiq Charles, wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden, center Keith Ismael and defensive end James Smith-Williams.

In this Dec. 26, 2015, file photo, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder walks the sidelines during an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, in Philadelphia. A new name must still be selected for the Washington Redskins football team, one of the oldest and most storied teams in the National Football League, and it was unclear how soon that will happen. But for now, arguably the most polarizing name in North American professional sports is gone at a time of reckoning over racial injustice, iconography and racism in the U.S.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) ** FILE **

Mavericks, Panthers provide template for Snyder, Washington

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台Dan Snyder wasn't directly accused of any sexual harassment, but in the days since publication, he has taken plenty of criticism for letting the behavior happen under his ownership. And as Washington has launched a review of the alleged misconduct, the NFL vowed Friday to take "any action" deemed appropriate upon conclusion of the investigation -- leaving open the possibility of a fine or further punishment.

This image provided by EA Sports shows the cover of the Madden 21 video game, featuring Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, which will be released in August. (Photo courtesy of EA Sports via AP)

Madden NFL 21 removing 'Redskins' from game

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台Electronic Arts, the developer of the popular football video game, said this year's edition will feature a "generic Washington team" instead of using the Redskins' imagery while Washington searches for a new name.

In this Oct. 6, 2019, file photo, fans watch play between the Washington Redskins and the New England Patriots during the second half of an NFL football game, in Landover, Md. A new name must still be selected for the Washington Redskins football team, one of the oldest and most storied teams in the National Football League, and it was unclear how soon that will happen. But for now, arguably the most polarizing name in North American professional sports is gone at a time of reckoning over racial injustice, iconography and racism in the U.S.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)  **FILE**

LOVERRO: No one can be surprised at latest dysfunction

dafabet手机版平台The aura of self-destruction that has engulfed this franchise since Dan Snyder purchased the team more than 20 years ago has never been stronger. Like the Blob running through a small Pennsylvania town, it is consuming everything in its path.

Signs for the Washington Redskins are displayed outside FedEx Field in Landover, Md., Monday, July 13, 2020. The Washington NFL franchise announced Monday that it will drop the "Redskins" name and Indian head logo immediately, bowing to decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Redskins draw criticism for handling of name announcement

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台Monday's announcement from Washington triggered a flurry of reactions. For some, it was a day that was long called for -- happy the moniker that was deemed offensive to many will finally be put to rest. For others, it was a day that long-dreaded, the realization that the name they rooted for since childhood would be no more. The topic dominated airwaves -- from local sports radio stations to ESPN to even non-sports platforms like CNN and Fox News.

Washington Redskins wide receiver Kelvin Harmon (13) and Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Jordan Brown (26) get tangled up as they both go for a pass during the second half of an NFL preseason football game Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, in Landover, Md. The Bengals won 23-13. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) ** FILE **

Kelvin Harmon tears ACL in blow to Redskins

- The Washington Times

Washington wideout Kelvin Harmon tore his ACL while training and will miss the upcoming season. Entering his second year, Harmon was expected to compete for the starting spot opposite Terry McLaurin.

 In this Aug. 28, 2009 file photo, the Washington Redskins logo is shown on the field before the start of a preseason NFL football game against the New England Patriots in Landover, Md.  The Washington NFL franchise announced Monday that it will drop the Redskins name and Indian head logo immediately, bowing to decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.  (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)  **FILE**

Redskins' name to be retired after 87 years

- The Washington Times

Dan Snyder said he was fulfilling a lifelong dream in 1999. The 34-year-old billionaire became the owner of the Washington Redskins, the team he grew up rooting for. He loved the team's history. The color scheme. The name. But Mr. Snyder's team announced Monday what he once vowed to never do. The Washington Redskins are changing the team's name.

LOVERRO: This isn't good-bye, the team you love left long ago

dafabet手机版平台This team hasn't been the "Redskins" for quite some time, not the team you fell in love with. It's like seeing a version of the Temptations live without one single living member on stage who originally sang "Ball of Confusion." But you still love the songs. You still love hearing "Cloud Nine" and "My Girl," though.

In this Dec. 26, 2015, file photo, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder walks the sidelines during an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, in Philadelphia. A new name must still be selected for the Washington Redskins football team, one of the oldest and most storied teams in the National Football League, and it was unclear how soon that will happen. But for now, arguably the most polarizing name in North American professional sports is gone at a time of reckoning over racial injustice, iconography and racism in the U.S.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) ** FILE **

Redskins officially will retire name

- The Washington Times

The Washington Redskins are officially no longer the Washington Redskins. Washington announced Monday it will retire its name and logo at the conclusion of its review of the name.

Multimedia

SLIDESHOW: A Decade of Bruce Allen

SLIDESHOW: A Decade of Bruce Allen

Gallery: 12 Photos
A year-by-year timeline of the Washington Redskins' most memorable gaffes and shortcomings of the 2010s, marking the 10-year anniversary of the hiring of team president and former general manager Bruce Allen.

鑫乐博彩票平台 牛逼彩票导航 河北福彩网 六分彩票官网 辽宁福彩网 即发彩票注册 乐透乐彩票注册 亿博彩票平台