2020 Season

2020 Schedule
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1d

Ex-WFT employees ask NFL to release report

Twenty former Washington Football Team employees asked Roger Goodell to release the final report of an investigation into the organization's conduct.

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3dJohn Keim

Alex Smith: Return put 'wrench' into WFT plans

Alex Smith told GQ Magazine that his comeback put a "wrench" into Washington's plans at quarterback and he had to convince the team not to end his season before it began.

How much longer will Alex Smith be in Washington? (1:06)
3d
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11dJohn Keim

WFT adds third ex-GM to revamped front office

Washington hired Chris Polian as director of pro personnel Monday. He joins Martin Mayhew (general manager) and Marty Hurney (senior vice president of player personnel) as former GMs hired to the team's revamped front office.

What teams might be a good fit for J.J. Watt? (1:41)
14d
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16dJohn Keim

WFT, cheerleaders reach settlement over videos

A settlement has been reached between the Washington Football Team and its former cheerleaders over lewd videos made without their knowledge, attorneys for both sides confirmed.

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16dJohn Keim

WFT re-signs QB Heinicke after strong finish

After a strong showing to finish the season, Taylor Heinicke was re-signed by the Washington Football Team to a two-year deal, which a source confirmed is worth up to $8.75 million.

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17dJohn Keim

Young, WFT teammates testify for police reform

Washington Football Team teammates Chase Young, Dontrelle Inman and Nick Sundberg testified Tuesday before the Maryland House Judiciary Committee in support of police reform.

Spears reflects on his draft process with Marty Schottenheimer (1:45)
15d
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20dRob Demovsky

Rodgers wins MVP; Donald DPOY over T.J. Watt

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers won his third NFL MVP award, while the Rams' Aaron Donald edged the Steelers' T.J. Watt in the voting for defensive player of the year.

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21d

Stories behind every Super Bowl ring

They're big and small. They've been lost while surfing in Hawaii and dancing at Studio 54. They've been found in taxis and hotel nightstands. Each ring, and its wearer, has a unique story to tell.

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22dJohn Keim

WFT elevates Williams to senior adviser to Wright

Washington has promoted Doug Williams to senior adviser to team president Jason Wright. The move from the football side to the business side will give Williams a chance to impact key decisions awaiting the organization.

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23d

Ex-NFL coach Schottenheimer moved to hospice

Former NFL head coach Marty Schottenheimer was moved to a hospice facility near his home in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday because of complications from Alzheimer's disease, his family said Wednesday.

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28dJohn Keim

VP Smith leaves WFT, takes job with Falcons

Kyle Smith, who was promoted to vice president of player personnel last year by Washington and helped lead a successful draft and free agency period, is leaving to take a similar position with the Falcons.

The NFL Live crew congratulates Ron Rivera on beating cancer (0:28)
29d
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29dJohn Keim

Washington coach Rivera told he is cancer-free

Washington Football Team coach Ron Rivera is cancer-free, receiving the news five months after he announced his diagnosis for squamous cell cancer.

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30dJohn Keim

Washington's King: 'Super cool' to make history

Although she viewed her promotion as the logical next step in her career, new Washington assistant running backs coach Jennifer King is excited to make history as the NFL's first Black female assistant coach.

Team Stats

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