The Jets did the Jets-iest possible thing last week, firing general manager Mike Maccagnan after allowing him to direct the team’s free agent spending and select a top-three draft pick in this year’s draft.
The apparent injury to LB Reuben Foster cast a dark shadow over much of the Washington Redskins’ first day of OTAs, but it should also be noted that several of the star players in Washington were not attendance.
The Washington Redskins had fairly strong attendance numbers among their players for the first day of voluntary organized team activities Monday. There were just a handful of veteran no-shows, including
Washington Redskins tackle Trent Williams is in the clear after dealing with a medical issue teammates thought might hold him out of the 2019 season. So goes the report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport:
Washington Redskins tackle Trent Williams had a "growth or tumor on his head" removed in the past few weeks and he should be unaffected when he recovers, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Doctors
It’s a prove-it deal for Ereck Flowers with the Washington Redskins. Flowers visited the Redskins on Sunday night as the team looked for depth behind their starters on the edges. Clearly, it didn’t take