There hasn’t been any tackling in Washington’s offseason so far, but there still have been some outstanding highlights.
Washington’s rebrand faces an obstacle as the team’s trademark application for the “Washington Football Team” was refused — creating long-term questions about whether the NFL franchise can stick with the plain-vanilla name the franchise adopted prior to the 2020 season. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled Friday that the
The two-time All-Pro was traded to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, ending one of the most-watched trade sagas in the NFL.
The “Washington Football Team” faces new trademark challenges after an initial refusal of the patent application.
Per one analytics model, Washington’s most difficult part of the season begins in Week 5 and runs through Week 8.
The team will be at Richmond’s Bon Secours Training Center from July 27-31, with the expectation it will hold four practices that are open to fans. Washington will hold the remainder of camp at its Ashburn headquarters.
The Washington Football Team could avoid some pending legal challenges by choosing another name.
Ryan Fitzpatrick isn't a Week 1 lock just yet
Washington pass rusher Montez Sweat said Wednesday he doesn’t support the team’s attempt to persuade players to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Washington Football Team denied trademark request for current name by U.S. Patent Office, per report
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