The Washington Football Team won seven games this season, as it did in 2020, and remains in the same position as last offseason -- searching for a quarterback. But for the team's decision-makers, there is a big difference: They can be more aggressive trying to obtain one. Last offseason Washington did not view its roster as being complete enough to mortgage the future for a quarterback.
Jay Gruden was the Bengals' offensive coordinator under head coach Marvin Lewis from 2011 to 2013.
The on-again, off-again talk is back on now that Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is urging lawmakers to push for a new stadium. The Governor told the General Assembly Monday he wants Virginia's old Baseball Stadium Authority, created in 1992, to focus on building a football stadium. FOX 5 spoke with Northern Virginia State Senator Jeremy McPike, who says legislators met with WFT officials last month and talks to bring a stadium to Virginia are "very serious."