The coach's job is not only to win but to restore dignity to Dan Snyder's once-proud franchise. It won't be easy, but Rivera is "here for the long haul."
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Keith Ismael made a memorable trek from San Diego to Ashburn, Virginia, visiting family and friends amid the pandemic and protests.
A few quarterbacks and rookies worked out on the field, and other teams showed off the strangeness of this year's preseason.
Julie Donaldson joins the show to speak on her new position with the Washington Football Team and how she plans to help change the culture of the entire organization.
Washington coach Ron Rivera says that if Alex Smith is physically able he will be part of the quarterback competition.
Washington on Monday placed QB Alex Smith on the physically unable to perform list. In doing so, the team can take time to fully evaluate Smith, who required 17 surgeries after suffering a broken fibula and tibia in his right leg in November 2018.
Washington receiver Cody Latimer has been placed on the league's exempt list as he deals with criminal charges.
Washington quarterback Alex Smith, who suffered a devastating tibia and fibula fracture in 2018, has received clearance from his surgical team to return to full football activity.
SNY analyst and former Met Todd Zeile joined the show to preview Mets Opening Day. Plus, LeBron James speaks out on Audio Files.
Washington Football Team coach Ron Rivera says the organization's culture needs to be changed and that the franchise's new name and rebranding could involve a 12- to 18-month process.
The first place Yankees roll. MLB changes the rules. WTF for WFT! Plus, did you read a book?
The reactions were swift on social media after the franchise announced its temporary name.
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss what Juan Soto testing positive means for baseball, the idea of expanded MLB playoffs and Bol Bol’s big debut.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the most unique MLB Opening Day and the unveiling of new team names in the NHL and NFL.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill joins the show. They will discuss if Kansas City has the pieces to be a dynasty, Washington’s "new" football team name, Mike Tyson’s comeback and Bol Bol's NBA debut. Plus, Mookie Betts inks a megadeal.
The NFL Live crew dives into the new team in Washington for the time being, what the future holds for Antonio Brown and much more.
The Washington Football Team puts a final name change on hold and both baseball and Mike Tyson are BACK. Plus, Rich Cimini joins to discuss the allegations that have come out about Jets Owner Woody Johnson and the culture within that franchise.
The Washington Post's Jerry Brewer joins the show to talk about the decision to make the team in Washington's interim name the "Washington Football Team" and if Dan Snyder is buying time to make sure they make the right decision with their new name. Plus...Former NFL WR Derrick Mason tells us why no sports should be played right now, and TSN's Scott Mitchell joins with the latest on the Blue Jays' search for a "home" ballpark.
Washington will call itself the "Washington Football Team" until it adopts a new name, the franchise announced Thursday.
The Fritz Pollard Alliance, which assists the NFL in enforcing compliance of the Rooney Rule, has questions about the events that resulted in Washington's front-office hires this week.