LANDOVER — On Friday afternoon, the Washington Football Charitable Organization and dozens of families gathered for the team’s 7th Annual Back to School Fair at FedExField. Along with the Washington … Read More
The Washington Football Charitable Foundation held a Back to School Fair at FedEx Field
WFT Shows Promise in First Preseason Game FOXBORO — The Washington Football Team took the field for the first time since January for the first preseason game of 2021 against … Read More
The Washington Football Team held practice for fans under the lights at FedEx Field Friday.
LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Football Charitable Foundation and the Washington Alumni Association hosted the sixth annual Washington Charity Golf Classic today at Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Va. … Read More
CLEVELAND – Last year, the NFL Draft went virtual due to the pandemic, with the league conducting the annual selection process at their homes. This past weekend, the draft returned … Read More
LANDOVER — With Washington Football Team starting quarterback Alex Smith inactive, Taylor Heinicke made his first start this season in Washington’s home Wild Card Playoff matchup against the Tampa Bay … Read More
LANDOVER — The Washington Football Team had a chance to clinch the NFC East crown with a home win against the Carolina Panthers right after the New York Giants’ loss … Read More
WASHINGTON – Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young and offensive guard Brandon Scherff were named part of the NFC roster for the 2020 Pro Bowl, the team announced Monday. … Read More
GLENDALE — The Washington Football Team entered late Sunday afternoon on a three-game winning streak as they faced the 5-7 San Francisco 49ers in neutral Arizona. Washington’s offense didn’t account … Read More
Despite a close first half, Washington dominated most of the contest, with Antonio Gibson scoring three rushing touchdowns en route to a 41-16 victory over the Cowboys to take sole possession of first place in the NFC East.
LANDOVER — Sunday afternoon’s contest between the Washington Football Team and Cincinnati Bengals was one to watch as 2020 No. 2 draft pick Chase Young faced off against No. 1 … Read More
The Washington Football Team and Baltimore Ravens will no longer host fans at their Maryland-based stadiums going forward due to coronavirus concerns.
A costly penalty and a last-second field goal helped the Detroit Lions earn a 30-27 victory over the Washington Football Team.
Quarterback Alex Smith stepped in for an injured Kyle Allen and attempted to lead Washington to a comeback victory. Instead, two costly interceptions gave the Giants the 23-20 win and the season sweep.
Thanks to the quarterback play of Kyle Allen and the defense only surrendering 142 total yards, Washington earned a key 25-3 victory over their NFC rivals Sunday.
WASHINGTON — After dropping five consecutive games, the Washington Football Team hoped to bounce back as they visited the 0-5 NFC East rival New York Giants on Sunday afternoon. However, … Read More
LANDOVER — On Sunday afternoon, Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith made his return to the football field for the first time since suffering a devastating leg injury back in … Read More
On the road, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Washington Football Team 31-17 Sunday in Landover, Maryland.
The Washington Football Team will play host to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday at 1 p.m. in a local affair with both teams in search of a victory after stunning losses.
Take a gander at some of our favorite shots from an MLS regular season match against the New England Revolution on Sept. 27, 2020. Photos by Cory Royster/The Sports Pulse … Read More
Browns score 24 points off of four turnovers by Haskins WASHINGTON — Ohio State University alums Dwayne Haskins, Terry McLaurin, and Chase Young returned to the state of Ohio as … Read More
Missed opportunities haunt Washington in loss Courtesy photo WASHINGTON — Last week, the Washington Football Team faced the Philadelphia Eagles and trailed 17-0, only to come back and win 27-17 … Read More