11. WASHINGTON COMMANDERS (7-10)
LAST SEASON: A season that started with high expectations coming off an NFC East title ultimately became more of a rebuilding year than coach Ron Rivera expected when he took the job in early 2020.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Panthers front office has been busy since being spurned by Deshaun Watson.
The Panthers agreed to a three-year, $61.9 million contract extension with No. 1 wide receiver D.J.
The latest developments in the Washington Commanders’ roller coaster of an offseason include a running back returning after initially agreeing to sign elsewhere, the surprising releases of two linemen — with one of their agents calling out a team official for lying — and confusion over when another big cut was happening.
LANDOVER. Md. (AP) — With 8 seconds left in the first half and the New Orleans Saints at midfield, Washington defenders had no idea a Hail Mary throw was coming from Jameis Winston.
It was so unexpected, no one jumped except for Marquez Callaway, who came down with the ball for the Saints touchdown.
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — New York Giants offensive lineman Nick Gates broke his leg in the first quarter of Thursday night's game at Washington.
Gates was carted off after a significant delay, and players came off the New York sideline to show their support for him.
Tight end Vernon Davis, defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis, linebacker Ryan Anderson and tackle Ty Nsekhe are all inactive for the Washington Redskins in their season finale Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
LANDOVER Redskins defensive end Matt Ioannidis and wide receiver Josh Doctson are both active for Sunday's game against the New York Giants after being listed as questionable heading into the game.
The Washington Redskins activated defensive lineman Stacy McGee off the Physically Unable to Perform list on Tuesday and waived safety Kenny Ladler.
After starting 10 games for the Redskins in 2017, McGee,28, opened this season on the PUP list after suffering a groin injury in the offseason.