WASHINGTON — The Washington Football Team is set to begin its offseason training activities this week. So Chris and David of the Locked On WFT podcast take a look at key position battles and decisions that need to be made.
Then, was Morgan Moses released because of ping-pong? Not likely, but there could be something behind Ron Rivera's decision to remove the table upon his arrival.
On Monday Atlanta Falcons star receiver Julio Jones set the sports world ablaze with his comments about his future with the Atlanta Falcons, and as it turns out, with the Dallas Cowboys as well. Saying he wants to win now. Could WFT be the spot he does it in? Our hosts discuss.
Then, the Washington Football Team made some administrative moves. What do they mean, and what could be on the horizon? Our hosts discuss all of these topics and more, on today's episode of the Locked On Washington Football Team Podcast!
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Here's The Washington Football Team's entire preseason and regular-season schedule for the 2021 NFL season:
August 12th: at New England Patriots
TBD: vs. Cincinnati Bengals
TBD: vs. Baltimore Ravens
Week 1 (September 12th) vs. San Diego Chargers
Week 2: September 16th: vs. New York Giants
Week 3: September 26th: at Buffalo Bills
Week 4: October 3rd: at Atlanta Falcons
Week 5: October 10th: vs. New Orleans Saints
Week 6: October 17th: vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Week 7: October 24th: at Green Bay Packers
Week 8: October 31st: at Denver Broncos
Week 9: BYE WEEK
Week 10: November 14th: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 11: November 21st: at Carolina Panthers
Week 12: November 29th: vs. Seattle Seahawks
Week 13: December 5th: at Las Vegas Raiders
Week 14: December 12th: vs. Dallas Cowboys
Week 15: TBD: at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 16: December 26th: at Dallas Cowboys
Week 17: January 2nd: vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 18: January 9th: at New York Giants