Brandon Scherff aiming to take better care of body after injury history - Washington Times Coming off season-ending injuries to his shoulder and elbow, Brandon Scherff said he wants to do a better job of taking care of his body. Scherff hasn't played a full 16-game slate since 2016 and has landed on injured reserve for the past two seasons. He played in 11 games last year and appeared in just eight in 2018.
The Washington Football Team’s new WRs Coach Jeff Hostler has the most inexperienced group on the team, and probabl the biggest challenge going into his first season with the team. He praised Terry McLaurin for his breakout rookie season, but he wants him to expand his game as defenses will work to stop him now that he is a clear #1 WR in the league. McLaurin will be moved around to take advantage of situations and his speed.
In speaking with Dallas' website recently, Cooper called his new teammate, CeeDee Lamb, the "best player on the board" when the franchise drafted Lamb 17th overall this past April. And Cooper's already adamant that Lamb will fit in quite well with himself and Michael Gallup. "I think the expectation is to have three 1,000-yard receivers this year," Cooper said.