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Adrian Peterson’s goal: Move past Barry Sanders in career rushing yards

Washington running back Adrian Peterson has an eye on the career rushing leaderboard as he heads into his 14th season. Peterson is currently fifth in NFL history with 14,216 career rushing yards. In

Fact or fiction: Evaluating 10 major NFL plot lines

Jerry Jones could use the money he would have spent on a long-term deal for Dak Prescott to build a more complete roster, Yardbarker's Chris Mueller writes

Adrian Peterson “expecting big things” from Dwayne Haskins

Veteran running back Adrian Peterson wasn’t wild about the idea of trading left tackle Trent Williams, but he still thinks Washington has better talent than in recent years. And that begins with

Adrian Peterson expects running backs to play big role in new offense

Washington has a new head coach. It has a new offensive coordinator. It has a new offensive system. The team would have preferred on-field work to learn it, but it is making do with virtual meetings.

Adrian Peterson not a fan of Trent Williams trade

Adrian Peterson is happy for his friend Trent Williams. He is not happy about trading a man who could have obviously helped his football team. Via Sam Fortier of the Washington Post, the Washington

Chris Thompson: Good for me to be back with Jay Gruden

Running back Chris Thompson’s first season with Jay Gruden didn’t play out exactly as he hoped. Thompson was a 2013 fifth-round pick and got cut by Washington during Gruden’s first training camp as

Landon Collins enthusiastic about coaching changes in Washington

Safety Landon Collins hasn’t had a chance to work on the field with the new coaching staff of the Washington Redskins in person. However, that doesn’t mean they haven’t already made a strong positive

Ron Rivera would rather not have prime-time games

Washington has no prime-time games this year. And that’s fine by the team’s new head coach. “I’m not a big fan of prime-time games,” Rivera said during a Wednesday meet-and-greet with military

Antonio Gandy-Golden “100 percent now” after COVID-19 diagnosis

Washington rookie wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden is the third known NFL player to have tested positive for COVID-19, but he said in a statement he’s fine now. In a statement from his agent, via

Report: Rookie Antonio Gandy-Golden recovering from COVID-19

Another NFL player has tested positive for the coronavirus, at a time when players are not together to share it. According to J.P. Finlay of NBCSportsWashington.com, Washington rookie Antonio

Dexter Manley remains hospitalized with COVID-19 but improving

Dexter Manley, who is Washington’s all-time sacks leader, is improving in his battle with COVID-19, according to the team website. Former teammate John Riggins gave an update on his Riggo The Diesel

DeAndre Baker allowed to surrender gun to attorney and can travel

A Broward County judge granted a motion filed by Deandre Baker‘s legal team to have him turn in his gun to his attorney rather than to Florida police, Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports. As a condition

Patriots remain the betting favorites to land Cam Newton

Despite the increased talk around the NFL that the Patriots are satisfied heading into the season with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer as their quarterbacks, Cam Newton‘s name keeps coming up. The

Attorney: Person accused of sexually assaulting Cody Latimer’s son was at poker game

Washington wide receiver Cody Latimer appeared at a court hearing on Monday concerning his arrest on five charges, including multiple felonies, after an incident at a poker game over the weekend.

Quinton Dunbar attorney calls robbery “a fabrication,” says witnesses lack credibility

The defense attorney for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar said that his client was not involved in an alleged armed robbery last Wednesday night and that the alleged victims of the crime

Chiefs release Martrell Spaight from reserve/retired

The Chiefs took care of some paperwork Monday, releasing a player who hasn’t played since 2018. Per the league’s transaction wire, the Chiefs released linebacker Martrell Spaight from the

Former 49ers G.M. calls Joe Staley “really good,” but “he ain’t Trent Williams”

No one knows what the 49ers had at left tackle or what they’re getting at left tackle better than Scot McCloughan. He was the 49ers’ vice president of player personnel in 2007 when they traded up to

Cody Latimer’s arrest arose from poker game gone bad

With casinos closed, some forms of gambling have become far more private than public. And it could lead to some unintended, and unfortunate, consequences. The recent arrest of Washington receiver Cody

Five favorites to win NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

Which rookies will make an immediate impact on the defensive side of the ball? These players have the potential to break out right away.