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Morgan Moses Dumped, Offensive Line Trimmed By Two

Washington has reportedly dumped seven-year Washington veteran Morgan Moses. Moses was given permission to seek a trade this week, but having found no suitors, will officially be released.

Moses started 97 games for the WFT, after originally being drafted in the third round out of Virginia in 2014. He wasn’t always dependable, but he grew to be dependable. Moses had arguably his best season at right tackle in 2020.

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Washington Football Team 2021 Free Agent Subtractions

It’s been a busy offseason in the NFL. Here’s a breakdown of all of Washington’s 2021 NFL free-agent losses, including players that are as of yet, unsigned. Updated with each free agency transaction.

Updated: May 20th, 2021

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Decimated Redskins Roster to Face Surging Rival Cowboys

When a coach has to change a Wednesday practice to a walk through in an already short week, you know that the injuries have officially piled to the ceiling. That’s exactly what Jay Gruden did yesterday, on the heels of seven MORE Redskins being hurt in the 34-24 loss to the Eagles on Monday night. The multitude of injuries have obviously caused a change in the betting odds for the Redskins games, and they pose a challenge that will frankly be hard to account for this week against Dallas.

As if losing convincingly to Philadelphia and losing most hope of winning the NFC East division this year wasn’t enough, Washington was once again devastated by injuries over the course of the game for the third game in a row. This week, it was the offensive line that took it on the chin. Read More

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ICYMI April 17: DJax, Prospects and ‘N Sync?

Here are some Redskins news tidbits in case you missed them…

DJax Owes Rosenhaus

On Tuesday, arbitrator Roger Kaplan ordered Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson to pay back some $516,415 in what was described as “loans and fees” to former agent Drew Rosenhaus. According to Jeff McClane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Jackson will appeal the decision. Read More

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