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Report: Martin Mayhew will also being joining the Washington Football Team’s new front office

Report: Martin Mayhew will also being joining the Washington Football Team’s new front office

Photo by NFL via Tale of Two Marty’s? Former Washington Redskins’ cornerback Martin Mayhew will reportedly be returning to the organization, but this time it will be at the executive level. Mayhew was reportedly one of the top two candidates to join Washington’s revamped front office, and that will happen according to Ian Rapoport. Mayhew began his front office career in the NFL with the Detroit Lions in 2001 as their Senior Director of Football Administration. He became their GM in 2008 and held the job until 2015. He joined the New York Giants after being fired...
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Pig Pen Podcast: Go Get Deshaun Watson

Pig Pen Podcast: Go Get Deshaun Watson

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports It’s time for a big move, like a franchise shifting move. and the Washington Football Team needs to go throw the kitchen sink at Houston and get Deshaun Watson. It’s been quite some time since the Washington Football Team really swung for the fences in the offseason. It’s been even longer since the team had any remnants of a franchise quarterback. 2021 seems like a great year to kill two birds with one stone and really shake up the NFC. It’s time to go get Deshaun Watson. Quarterbacks who are firmly in the top-5 conversation...
Jan 19, 2021
Thank God It’s Tuesday—Rivera Hiring GM?

Thank God It’s Tuesday—Rivera Hiring GM?

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Kevin, Tim and Ken keep the conversation going year-round about YOUR favorite football team. It’s a great night to be talking about the Washington Football team. It’s a wrap...post-postseason analysis, and pre-offseason thoughts ahead of pre-preseason love. We’re live...join us and subscribe for free!
Jan 19, 2021
Daily Slop: Big changes in the front office don’t mean big problems for Washington Football; NFL scraps combine in Indianapolis

Daily Slop: Big changes in the front office don’t mean big problems for Washington Football; NFL scraps combine in Indianapolis

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports A daily collection of articles from around the web Who is Marty Hurney, Washington Football's reported new general manager? | RSNHere's everything to know about Marty Hurney, who is reportedly Washington's new general manager. Chase Young indirectly fires back at Bucs coach Bruce Arians over DROY shade | RSNBruce Arians doesn't think Chase Young should win Defensive Rookie of the Year. Sources - Washington Football Team expected to make Marty Hurney GMThe Washington Football Team is expected to hire Marty Hurney as general...
Jan 19, 2021
Report: Marty Hurney expected to be named Washington's new General Manager today

Report: Marty Hurney expected to be named Washington's new General Manager today

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports The front office just got a lot older In one of the least shocking moves of the new year, Marty Hurney will reportedly be re-joining Ron Rivera in Washington. Hurney originally hired Rivera for his first head coaching job with the Carolina Panthers in 2011, but was fired the following year. He came back to Carolina for a second stint in 2017, but was fired again last month. Rivera and the Washington Football Team interviewed several candidates and requested interviews with a few more, but it always looked like Hurney had the inside track due...
Jan 18, 2021
What would the hiring of Marty Hurney mean for the WFT front office?

What would the hiring of Marty Hurney mean for the WFT front office?

Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/Tribune News Service via As many suspected he would - even before he was eventually fired in Carolina - Marty Hurney now stands on the cusp of being hired as the Washington Football Team’s next General Manager. Reactions range from feigned surprise, to a sense of disgust that Rivera is somehow more concerned with stacking the team’s ranks with his own loyalists from Carolina, rather than the most capable people for the jobs. I think reactions on both ends of that spectrum miss the sensibility of the choice, under the...
Jan 18, 2021
Rile’d Up Podcast: From Nobody to Somebody

Rile’d Up Podcast: From Nobody to Somebody

Photo by Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire via Rile’d Up with Kelsey Nicole Nelson of the Washington Football Team’s Unfiltered Series Despite a loss, Taylor Heinicke has breathed new life into Washington and their fans. On this episode of Rile’d Up. Tiffany and Allana are joined by award-winning broadcaster, Kelsey Nicole Nelson. Nelson is a host of several shows on the Washington Football Team’s team series, Unfiltered. She’s a DMV native and graduate of both the University of Maryland College Park, and Georgetown University. Nelson shared her experiences...
Jan 18, 2021
Marty Hurney interviewing to be Washington’s new GM, reportedly their top candidate for the job

Marty Hurney interviewing to be Washington’s new GM, reportedly their top candidate for the job

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports This is my shocked face In the least shocking news of the week, former Carolina Panthers GM Marty Hurney is meeting with the Washington Football Team’s GM search committee today. Hurney has a long history with Head Coach Ron Rivera, and was pegged as the favorite for the open general manager job before the search was officially official. Washington has requested interviews with at least 5 other candidates, but according to Ian Rapoport, Hurney is the top candidate for the position. Marty Hurney was Ron Rivera’s GM twice while he was head...
Jan 18, 2021
Could Zaven Collins be part of our answer at LB?

Could Zaven Collins be part of our answer at LB?

Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports Hogs Haven takes a look at 2021 NFL Draft prospects that could contribute to the WFT Zaven Collins, LBSchool: Tulsa | Conference: AmericanCollege Experience: RS Junior | Age: 21Height / Weight: 6’4” / 260 lbsProjected Draft Status: Round 1-2NFL Comparison: Anthony Barr College Statistics Player Overview Originally a quarterback in high school, out of Hominy, OK, Collins also collected 91 tackles, 3 INTs, and fumble recovery playing linebacker/safety on defense his senior season. He was also the valedictorian of his high school...
Jan 18, 2021
Alex Smith 60 Minutes Interview: “This year has only emboldened for me that I can play at this level”

Alex Smith 60 Minutes Interview: “This year has only emboldened for me that I can play at this level”

Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post via Alex Smith talks about his injury, recovery, and comeback Alex Smith and his wife Elizabeth were interviewed by 60 Minutes last night, and gave some insight into his injury, his recovery, the comeback, his setback this year, and possibly a hint at his future plans. Smith’s injury on November 18, 2018 has been well-documented. He suffered a spiral fracture to his tibia and fibula, and was rushed from the field to the operating room. His wound got infected and he almost lost his leg, and possibly his life, while...
Jan 17, 2021
NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs New Orleans Saints

NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs New Orleans Saints

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Let’s watch some playoff football! Day 2 of Divisional Playoffs Weekend is here! The second game on today’s two game lineup features the third matchup between the top teams in the NFC South. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Washington Football Team last week. The New Orleans Saints dominated the Chicago Bears. The Saints beat the Bucs both times they played by 11+ points, and are looking to make it 3-0 to earn a trip to the NFC Championship game. Who: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12-5) at New Orleans Saints (13-4) Where:...
Jan 17, 2021
Which WFT players provided the best value in 2020?

Which WFT players provided the best value in 2020?

Photo by Christian Petersen/ And how might that change in 2021? For the past two offseasons, I’ve done analyses looking at the Washington players who provided the best value in the 2018 and 2019 seasons. Last year, Cole Holcomb and Terry McLaurin came out on top, with Jon Bostic close behind. The full 2019 evaluation can be found at the link here. The 2018 evaluation is here. This is a re-run of that same exercise with the same rules of the road. Despite its shortcomings, “performance” will be based on Pro Football Reference’s “approximate value (AV),”...
Jan 17, 2021
NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend: Cleveland Browns vs Kansas City Chiefs

NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend: Cleveland Browns vs Kansas City Chiefs

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Let’s watch some playoff football! Day 2 of the Divisional Playoffs Weekend is here! The first game on today’s two game lineup features the Cleveland Browns taking on the defending Super Bowl champions. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs were the #1 team in the AFC, and are looking to repeat last seasons title win. Baker Mayfield and the Browns are looking to play the underdogs all the way to the big game. Who: Cleveland Browns (12-5) at Pittsburgh Steelers (14-2) Where: Arrowhead Stadium | Kansas City, MO When: January 17, 2020,...
Jan 16, 2021
NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend: Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills

NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend: Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills

Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports Let’s watch some playoff football! Divisional Playoffs Weekend is here! The second game on today’s two game lineup features two of the best teams in the AFC. The Buffalo Bills won the AFC East(thanks for leaving Tom!) and beat the Colts last week to move on to the next round. The Ravens upset the Tennessee Titans and shut down King Henry to continue their playoff run. Who: Baltimore Ravens (12-5) at Buffalo Bills (14-3) Where: Bills Stadium | Orchard Park, NY When: January 16, 2020, 8:15 p.m. TV: NBC Al Michaels (play-by-play) Cris...
Jan 16, 2021
The Cult Of Colt: A Soft Landing

The Cult Of Colt: A Soft Landing

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports The end has come too soon, but not as soon as one would have thought. The Washington Football Team’s improbable season came to an end on Saturday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — on this edition of the Cult Of Colt we take a moment to reflect on the SUPER Wild Card weekend and the enigma that was Taylor Heinicke. It was abundantly clear to anyone who watched Washington’s quarterback play this season, that these four quarters from a 27-year-old trying to make a name for himself, represented the most exciting, consistent, and...