2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
2-3, 2nd in NFC East
Will Mahomes and the Chiefs bounce back vs. Washington? (0:45)
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8hJohn Keim

WFT: Samuel out, McLaurin questionable vs. KC

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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2dJohn Keim

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.

Riddick shares his memories of Sean Taylor (2:14)
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Smith worried NFL email trove shows hiring bias

DeMaurice Smith wants the NFL to release emails from its WFT investigation because he wants to determine whether race has been a factor in hiring decisions around the league and whether teams have been "actively hostile" to certain players.

Why won't the NFL release the rest of the emails from the WFT investigation? (2:24)
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Stephen A. calls on Goodell to fix problems with the WFT (2:24)
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NFLPA to petition NFL to release all WFT emails

The NFLPA plans to request that the NFL release the remainder of the 650,000 emails from its investigation into the workplace culture of the Washington Football Team.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington inactives: WR Dyami Brown, WR Cam Sims, CB Danny Johnson, DE Shaka Toney, G Brandon Scherff and TE Jace Sternberger. This means Sammis Reyes is active for the first time and becomes the first Chilean to play in an NFL game. Washington also signed WR Antonio Gandy-Golden off the practice squad; he's active today as well.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

What to watch on defense: 1) Details. Washington's coaches feel they're close to being much better. The problem: The little details -- being where you should and when -- keep being an issue. 2) Alvin Kamara. The Saints will run him often and test Washington's linebackers. 3) The deep ball. Jameis Winston is inconsistent (and holds the ball -- hello, DL), but he does have a big arm and will go deep off play-action. The DBs must stick to their coverage.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

What to watch on offense: 1) Curtis Samuel's snap count. He played 22 snaps last week, but the most he did in practice was being limited on Friday. He adds great value, but how much will he play? DeAndre Carter will have a bigger role, too. 2) Saints DL Cam Jordan. He'll rush from either side and sometimes up, sometimes down. He's terrific. 3) Terry McLaurin vs. Marshon Lattimore. The former Ohio State teammates will match up; Lattimore has terrific feet in press coverage. McLaurin wins often.

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9dJohn Keim

WFT TE Thomas on IR, out 4 weeks, source says

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas has been placed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury and is expected to miss four weeks, a sources tells ESPN.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards239.420th
Rushing Yards108.816th
Points For24.612th
Points Against31.02nd