'Nothing But Respect': Washington Releases Comeback Player Of The Year Alex SmithWashington released AP Comeback Player of the Year Alex Smith on Friday, a move that was expected but still provides a cold ending to the veteran quarterback's storybook tenure with the organization.
Washington Football Team Replacing Cheerleading Team With Coed Dance TeamWashington will not have cheerleaders for the first time since the NFL’s longest-running cheerleading team was founded in 1962, with a coed dance team taking its place.
Washington Signs QB Taylor Heinicke For $8.75M Over 2 yearsTaylor Heinicke hoped an impressive performance in his playoff debut would keep him in the NFL. It did more than that.
Former Washington QB Dwayne Haskins Signs Deal With SteelersDwayne Haskins will attempt to kick-start his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tom Brady Outduels Taylor Heinicke, Leads Buccaneers Past WashingtonNew team, same swashbuckling playoff success for Tom Brady. Brady threw for 381 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers past Washington 31-23 in their NFC wild-card game Saturday night for their first playoff victory since 2002.
Ron Rivera Eyes Second Win With Sub-.500 Playoff TeamRon Rivera loves a good catchphrase and is fond of using visual presentations to convey messages to his players.
Tom Brady, Chase Young Showdown Highlights Buccaneers-Washington ContestRunning off the field after Washington clinched a spot in the playoffs, Chase Young couldn't contain his excitement about who's up next.
Washington Beats The Eagles 20-14, Captures NFC East TitleJust call the Washington Football Team division champs.
Washington Gets 2nd Chance To Win NFC East At PhiladelphiaThe last time Washington faced Philadelphia, the quarterbacks were Dwayne Haskins and Carson Wentz, and the Eagles were the team with playoff expectations.
New Final Exam: Heinicke Pauses School To QB For WashingtonTaylor Heinicke had math, not football, on his mind this fall.
With Haskins Gone, Smith Or Heinicke To Start For WashingtonRon Rivera wants his players to focus on “what's important, not what's interesting” with Washington facing another win-and-get-in game in the regular-season finale.