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Washington rookie RB Jaret Patterson draws Maurice Jones-Drew comparison | RSN
Former WFT tight end Logan Paulson had high praise for Washington’s undrafted rookie running back.
Washington Practice Notes: It’s Dress Rehearsal Week
As Washington inches closer to making the final cuts, players will have one more chance to earn a roster spot. Here are some observations from Monday’s practice.
Antonio Gandy-Golden Hitting His Stride At The Right Time
Gandy-Golden has been back on the field after missing most of his rookie season on Injured Reserve. So far, he’s answered all the questions.
Washington Salute & USAA Honor honoring Hospitalman Joshua Skindzelewski and Hospitalman Shanena Vinson in First Salute to Service Moment of 2021
In the first preseason home game of the 2021 season against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Washington Football Team was proud to partner with USAA in honoring Hospitalman Joshua Skindzelewski and Hospitalman Shanena Vinson of the United States Navy in their
Benjamin St-Juste Keeps Calm And Thrives Under Pressure
St-Juste had every reason to let nerves overwhelm him, but St-Juste handled the situation in stride.
Logan Thomas’ remarkable script continues to be written with the Washington Football Team – The Athletic
The transition from quarterback to tight end is paying off for the one-time journeyman who’s become a coveted piece for WFT’s offense.
Washington releases Steven Sims Jr. as tough decisions at wide receiver remain – The Washington Post
The 24-year-old had a strong start to training camp, but he faded in recent weeks amid Washington’s crowded competition for roster spots at wide receiver.
The four Virginia Tech players on Washington’s team share a bond, even at different points on their NFL journeys | College Sports | richmond.com
Logan Thomas just signed a three-year contract to be Washington’s starting tight end, and cornerback Kendall Fuller got his big-money deal after winning a Super Bowl with the Kansas City
Washington training camp observations: Curtis Samuel ramping up; Steven Sims Jr. cut – The Athletic
Washington is on the verge of getting Curtis Samuel back in the mix, but Steven Sims Jr. won’t get another chance as he was cut Monday.
WFT camp observations: Ereck Flowers could start and Kendall Fuller could play all over – The Washington Post
Flowers appears to have the inside track on the starting left guard job, while Fuller has been lining up at several spots in the defensive backfield.
Terry McLaurin’s NFL Top 100 snub shows he’s still undervalued | RSN
Washington’s standout wide receiver was left off the NFL’s Top 100 list. He shouldn’t have been.
WFT camp notes: Notable absences mean guys like Troy Apke get more work | RSN
William Jackson III and Curtis Samuel were both held out of camp on Monday. Pete Hailey has more.
Washington Football Team Releases 5 Players to get Roster Down to 80
Receiver Steven Sims Jr was among the 5 the team cut…