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One rookie has really impressed Nick Sundberg, and it’s not any of the guys you’d assume | RSN
On the second annual post-training camp, pre-regular season Washington Football Talk podcast episode featuring the Washington Football Team’s three acclaimed specialists, Tress Way, Dustin Hopkins and Nick Sundberg each had the chance to identify one of their teammates that they believe is going to make a name for himself in 2020.

Way went first, chose wideout Steven Sims and revealed that he’s going to do whatever he can to land Sims in his fantasy leagues this year.

Washington: Dwayne Haskins Named Starting Quarterback | Quick Take – Rated Redskins Radio
Wednesday, the Washington Football Team named Dwayne Haskins the starting QB heading into the 2020 season.

Veteran WR Mohamed Sanu is available, and Dwayne Haskins loves Mohamed Sanu | RSN
The Washington Football team needs depth at wide receiver, per everyone. Dwayne Haskins’, Washington’s quarterback, and Sanu are close friends, per Haskins.

NFL, NFLPA announce social justice initiatives
The league is having a much different reaction to the social justice fight this time around.

Searching Rookie Wide Receivers for Upside | Football Outsiders
Antonio Gandy-Golden is the most obvious injury replacement for Kelvin Harmon, set to miss his entire sophomore season with an ACL tear. Intuitively, that would make him one of the best candidates for this exercise. But Gandy-Golden suffers because of his draft status. As a fourth-round selection, he was the 17th player at his position selected and likely isn’t on the same talent level as the Round 1 players. History suggests he is unlikely to excel immediately as a rookie. And subjectively, I’m enamored with undrafted second-year receiver Steven Sims. For me, he’s the better Washington breakout candidate this year.

Washington’s Terry McLaurin gets tips from OBJ on being a ‘dominant’ WR – NFC East- ESPN
After a promising rookie season, the speedster is seeking advice from stars and working on details in a push to cement his status as a No. 1 target.

Mic’d Up: Thomas Davis is providing the veteran leadership needed at camp | RSN
Linebacker Thomas Davis had a productive season in 2019 for the Chargers, starting all 16 games for Los Angeles while racking up a total of 112 tackles.

Davis proved last season that — even in his mid-30s — he can still be a productive linebacker in the NFL.

Dwayne Haskins to be starting quarterback for Washington Football Team
Dwayne Haskins, who worked with the first team during training camp, beat out Kyle Allen and Alex Smith to be the starting quarterback for the Washington Football Team, coach Ron Rivera said.

NFL claims teams without fans won’t be at disadvantage
Teams with and without fans this season will be allowed to pipe in artificial crowd noise.

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