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2020 Schedule
2-5, 2nd in NFC East
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1dJohn Keim

Rivera cheered at hospital as treatments finish

Washington coach Ron Rivera finished his final round of cancer treatments on Monday and walked through a line of cheering staffers at a local hospital and rang the bell to signal the milestone.

Ron Rivera rings the bell after final day of cancer treatment (1:25)
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Source: Bostic suspension unlikely for Dalton hit

After being ejected Sunday, Washington Football Team linebacker Jon Bostic is not expected to be suspended for his hit on Cowboys QB Andy Dalton, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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2dJohn Keim

Source: Washington fears S Collins tore Achilles

Landon Collins was carted to Washington's locker room Sunday with an ankle injury and did not return. The team fears Collins has a torn Achilles, a source told ESPN's John Keim.


ATH: Game 3

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss tonight's Game 3 of the World Series, how we should view the NFC East, if the winner of Titans-Steelers will make the Super Bowl, and much more.

Stephen A. emphasizes Washington's irrelevance this season (1:35)
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5dJohn Keim

Rivera cites 'gut feelings' for quarterback change

Washington coach Ron Rivera said that going by instincts and switching plans when needed, such as when he benched Dwayne Haskins shortly after backing him, is simply the way he coaches.


KJZ Hour 3: An Unbelievable Comeback

The Cowboys are terrible. Paul Finebaum joins to talk about Nick Saban's comeback this weekend and the Big 10's return to the field. Alex Smith joins to talk about his return to the field and what it was like having his family there to see it. Plus, Key's Real Rankings!

Alex Smith reflects on journey back to the field (2:10)

NY Gameday

Anita and Mike preview all the action in week 6 of the NFL, with an in depth look at both the Jets and Giants games. Guest Bram Weinstein joins the show to talk Washington Football Team and we wrap up the pod with Can he or Canty, a prop bet segment.

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Ravens, Washington can host up to 10% capacity

Maryland will allow up to 10% capacity at the two stadiums in the state that are home to NFL teams, Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday, meaning several thousand fans could attend home games of the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington Football Team.


Giants vs. WFT preview

A Friday version of Giants After Dark heading into a game that ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Raanan sees going well against the WFT.

Which NFL players could use a change of scenery? (1:40)

Team Stats

Passing Yards192.629th
Rushing Yards100.126th
Points For19.030th
Points Against23.622nd

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