2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
2-4, 2nd in NFC East
Will Rodgers and the Packers thrive against the WFT? (1:07)
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Congress seeking info from WFT investigation

A Congressional committee is seeking documents and information from the NFL regarding the investigation into the Washington Football Team's workplace culture.

Did Mahomes save Chiefs' season? Stephen A. weighs in (1:15)
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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington running back J.D. McKissic could be a bigger player in fantasy football if Antonio Gibson's shin injury causes him more problems. He had to leave Sunday's game twice because of the injury.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

What to watch on offense: 1) Antonio Gibson. The Chiefs rank 29th vs. the run. They have allowed 5.12 yards per carry in the first half of games, though only 2.85 in the past three. But if you play the possession game, it only works if you finish with TDs. 2) Chief's DL. Without DT Chris Jones, it's not a good one. More reason to run the ball. 3) Taylor Heinicke. The Chiefs have allowed 22 pass plays for 20 yards or more, tied for 5th most in the NFL. But he must be smart with the ball.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

What to watch on defense: 1) Coverage scheme. The Bills played a cover-2 and did it well. The Eagles did that the week before and did not. Washington can use a mix or use single-high with a safety or linebacker shading the middle to take away crossers, etc. 2) Crazy plays. Pat Mahomes will throw anywhere at anytime from any angle. The ends must work in conjunction to keep him bottled up. 3) Speed. Tyreek Hill and Mecole Hardman have plenty. Don't lose sight of Travis Kelce (use Kam Curl on him).

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington inactives: WR Curtis Samuel, WR Cam Sims, CB Corn Elder, G Brandon Scherff , T Sam Cosmi, TE Jace Sternberger. As expected WR Terry McLaurin and RB Antonio Gibson will play. But Washington will have two new starters on the right side of the line — G Wes Schweitzer and T Cornelius Lucas. Both are experienced veterans.

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Report: Active NFL staff, clubs avoid email fallout

The NFL has found no other current team or league personnel to have sent emails similar to those written by Jon Gruden in their investigation into the Washington Football Team, according to The Associated Press.

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7dJohn Keim

WFT: Samuel out, McLaurin questionable vs. K.C.

Washington Football Team receiver Curtis Samuel has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Kansas City, while fellow receiver Terry McLaurin is now listed as questionable.

What the latest WFT emails reveal about the NFL (1:19)
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Reports: Emails show NFL's Pash, Allen close

NFL general counsel Jeff Pash and former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen had a close relationship, according to emails collected during the NFL's workplace misconduct investigation of the Washington franchise.

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WFT to retire Taylor's 21 in rare honor for team

The Washington Football Team will retire late safety Sean Taylor's No. 21 jersey Sunday, making him only the third player in franchise history to receive such an honor.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards229.824th
Rushing Yards106.319th
Points For22.721st
Points Against31.01st