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As Washington prepares for the Chargers, the focus is on Derwin James | RSN
The Chargers’ All-Pro safety missed the entire 2020 season with an injury.
Rookie wide receiver Dyami Brown has his first WFT Mic’d Up experience | RSN
The Washington Football Team receiver delved into everything from the team’s unofficial mascot to a ref who looks like Tom Brady.
Mic’d Up: Washington LB Jon Bostic is tired of the offense pushing off | RSN
Linebacker Jon Bostic is mic’d up for a practice ahead of Washington’s 2021 opener.
3 Keys: Washington Vs. Chargers
The Washington Football Team is set to host the Los Angeles Chargers at FedExField for Week 1 of the 2021 season on Sunday, Sept. 12. Here are three keys to the matchup, presented by Van Metre.
Cowboys’ La’el Collins suspended 5 games for violating NFL’s substance-abuse policy | RSN
Dallas Cowboys starting right tackle La’el Collins has been suspended five games for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.
Curtis Samuel placed on injured reserve, can return to WFT after three games – The Washington Post
Curtis Samuel has been dealing with a lingering groin injury and will be eligible to return to practice Sept. 27, following the team’s Week 3 game at Buffalo.
Dyami Brown Is ‘A Big Play Waiting To Happen’
Brown is set to take on a bigger role in Sunday’s game against the Chargers, but his coaches and teammates believe he can handle it.
One number to know heading into Washington’s Week 1 opener vs. the Chargers | RSN
The number to know for Washington’s season opener has to do with the Chargers’ offensive line.
Justin Herbert’s rust tips the odds in favor of Washington for Week 1 | RSN
Justin Herbert didn’t appear for the Los Angeles Chargers this preseason, and the rust the quarterback will experience puts the odds in Washington’s favor.
WFT-Chargers preview: Preparing to face Brandon Staley’s defense – The Washington Post
Plus, the Chargers’ rebuilt offensive line gets a tough test Week 1 in Chase Young and the Washington defensive front.
Chase Young’s off-field interests have grown, but he knows his play is what matters most – The Washington Post
This offseason, Washington’s rising young star had to strike the right balance between pursuing his business interests — and managing his growing profile — and getting better.
Chargers coach Brandon Staley ‘optimistic’ Austin Ekeler will play vs. WFT | RSN
The Chargers’ star running back has been limited in practice this week.
Washington co-CEO Tanya Snyder clarifies recent podcast comments | RSN
Tanya Snyder’s first public media appearance since being named Washington Football Team co-CEO came on an ESPN podcast Tuesday.