What went wrong for the Washington Football Team in 2021? Four major issues stand out.
A disappointing defensive line and inconsistent quarterback play were part of what led to Washington not meeting expectations.
As Ron Rivera seeks a quarterback for the WFT, he says every option is on the table
At the start of a Washington offseason expected to be all about the quarterback, Coach Ron Rivera insisted every option is on the table.
After a forgettable season, WFT pins its hopes on getting healthy and staying motivated
Washington enters the offseason with both optimism and uncertainty at many positions.
Five roster decisions the WFT must tackle as the offseason arrives
Washington has plenty of questions to answer before it starts training camp.
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Hail or Fail: Washington wasted a golden opportunity to end its record shutout-less streak
After allowing a fourth-quarter touchdown to the Giants, Washington still hasn’t shut out an opponent since Sept. 30, 1991, a span of nearly 500 games.
Washington closes with an ugly win over the Giants, a pair of milestones and a 7-10 record
Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson turned in a memorable finale to close a forgettable season for the Washington Football Team.
Four takeaways from Washington’s season-ending win over the Giants
Washington defeated the New York Giants, 22-7, in its final game of the regular season Sunday, bringing its final record to 7-10.
Terry McLaurin, a constant amid the WFT chaos, keeps finding ways to improve
The third-year wide receiver makes it a point to find weaknesses in his game and address them each offseason. That task is getting tougher and tougher.
Ron Rivera’s Washington blueprint needs a bolder vision than Carolina 2.0
Ron Rivera brought admirable stability to Washington. Now he needs some new wrinkles and fresh ideas to take the next step.
Washington fans didn’t show up at FedEx Field. What will it take to lure them back?
Home game attendance has been the most visible indicator of Washington Football Team fan disenchantment.
WFT-Giants preview: The flailing Giants’ offense gives Washington a chance to end strong
Washington's defense will face a New York Giants' offense that has scored just one touchdown in its last 35 possessions and ranks second to last in the league in yards per game.
Va. police charge Chesterfield man in killing of brother of WFT’s Montez Sweat
Shon Bloomfield of Chesterfield, Va., was arrested in the Dec. 28 fatal shooting of Anthony Sweat, the brother of Washington Football Team pass rusher Montez Sweat.
For Washington football, another season of mayhem off the field and disappointment on it
Was your favorite Washington football highlight the burst pipe or the broken railing? The heated benches or the bench fight?
911 call provides details from fatal crash involving Washington’s Everett
Witnesses who spoke with the 911 dispatcher described Everett's car as having flipped over into the woods.
Washington Football Team, LT Charles Leno Jr. agree to three-year, $37.5 million deal
Charles Leno Jr. came to Washington essentially as a one-year tryout. He played his way into a leader of the offensive line.
As the brief WFT era nears its end, players and coaches say they’re excited for a new name
“It’ll make for some interesting trivia someday,” Ron Rivera said of his title as the first and only Washington Football Team head coach.
Jalen Hurts writes to WFT, NFL asking about ‘follow-up action’ to railing collapse
The Eagles quarterback, who was nearly struck by the railing and fans who fell to the ground following Sunday's game at FedEx Field, described the collapse as a "near-tragic incident."
Washington Football Team to reveal name, identity on Feb. 2
The Washington Football Team announced it will reveal its new identity in early February, completing a lengthy rebranding process that started nearly 18 months ago.
Jamin Davis, struggling to turn skills into production, nears end of underwhelming rookie year
High hopes remain, but rookie linebacker Jamin Davis still isn’t ready to be the guy in the middle of the Washington defense.
After two losing seasons, Ron Rivera is optimistic Washington can make a Year 3 leap
Washington's head coach said that finding players who are the right "fit" will be a priority this offseason.