2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
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8hKevin Seifert

NFL allows resumption of off-site training camps

The handful of NFL teams that prefer to train at college campuses or other remote sites -- a list that includes Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Washington, among others -- can return to doing that, according to a league memo.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Free safety Bobby McCain, who was released by Miami this week, will visit Washington on Monday. McCain, a fifth-round pick in 2015, became a starter and leader in Miami's secondary. Washington wanted another free safety to bolster the secondary. The team did not need, or want, to spend big on the position. Playing behind one of the NFL's best defensive fronts, they just need a strong leader, consistent performer and someone to make plays on the ball. McCain has seven career picks.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Left tackle Charles Leno, Jr., will visit Washington Monday, per source. The Chicago Bears released him earlier this week. Leno, a seventh-round pick in 2014, made 93 consecutive starts and reached the Pro Bowl in 2018. Washington drafted Sam Cosmi in the second round to play left tackle, though he could also play guard or right tackle. Right tackle Morgan Moses has started every game for Washington since 2015. The team also has backup tackles Cornelius Lucas and Geron Christian, among others.

Greeny has a bold prediction on who can win the NFC East (1:44)

Hour 4: Jimmy G & Ron Rivera

49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo, and his father Tony, joins the show to discuss the communication he's had with his front office, the chip on his shoulder, and how his QB journey has come full circle. Washington Football Team Head Coach Ron Rivera joins the guys to talk about why they didn't draft a QB, his outlook on the season, and his fear over playing Alex Smith.

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5dJohn Keim

WFT agrees with record-tying RB Patterson

Record-tying running back Jaret Patterson will be reunited with former high school teammate Chase Young, as he agreed to terms with the Washington Football Team, the organization announced Monday.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Undrafted running back Jaret Patterson has agreed to terms with Washington, the team announced Monday He is the only undrafted player Washington will be signing. The team selected 10 players during the draft. Patterson rushed for 3,884 yards and 52 touchdowns in three seasons with Buffalo. He ran for 409 yards and eight scores vs. Kent State. Patterson played with WFT defensive end Chase Young for two years at Pallotti high school in Maryland.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington's 2021 draft class: LB Jamin Davis (No. 19); LT Sam Cosmi (No. 51); CB Benjamin St-Juste (No. 74); WR Dyami Brown (No. 82); TE John Bates (No. 124); S Darrick Forrest (No. 163); LS Camaron Cheeseman (No. 225); DE/OLB William Bradley-King (No. 240); DE/OLB Shaka Toney (No. 246); WR Dax Milne (No. 258).

Shaka Toney's NFL draft profile (1:00)
William Bradley-King's NFL draft profile (1:07)
Dyami Brown's NFL draft profile (0:59)
Benjamin St-Juste's NFL draft profile (0:46)
Samuel Cosmi's NFL draft profile (0:57)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Looking ahead: With three picks today, Washington can add more immediate help. Left tackle, corner and safety are possibilities. They'd also like to find a tight end and running back. Trevon Moehrig is their top-rated safety; Andre Cisco is another they like; corner Tyson Campbell is intriguing. They want their QB of the future: Davis Mills and Kyle Trask are available -- but there's a good chance they don't take one and resume the quest next offseason, a patient approach.

Jamin Davis' NFL draft profile (0:52)
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11dCameron Wolfe

Fins trade OG Flowers back to WFT, sources say

The Dolphins have agreed to trade guard Ereck Flowers to Washington in a deal that has both teams swapping late-round draft picks, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Team Stats

Passing Yards216.625th
Rushing Yards100.726th
Points For20.925th
Points Against20.629th