Washington Football Team seeking support for stadium complex in Northern Virginia - The Washington Post Washington Football Team officials have been meeting with Virginia legislators to seek support for a plan to build a stadium in Northern Virginia, according to five people with knowledge of the effort. NFC East's playoff losing streak hits three years after Cowboys, Eagles fall | RSN The NFC East has struggled in the playoffs the last three years.
The Washington Football Team will be in the quarterback business in 2022. Washington will likely be aggressive in seeking a veteran quarterback before the 2022 NFL draft, but if that pursuit fails, then it’s all about landing one of the draft’s top passers. Recent mock drafts have already connected Washington with Matt Corral of Ole Miss.
Here's what to know as Washington prepares for a busy offseason: Salary cap situation: The NFL's salary cap is expected to increase 14% this offseason, to $208.2 million per team. According to the contracts website OverTheCap.com, Washington is currently projected to have roughly $44.6 million in cap space and could find more with some veteran cuts and contract restructures. In other words, Rivera has plenty of room to remake the roster.