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2021 NFL Draft Recap | A Conversation With Jack Del Rio
In a continuation of our series of interviews with coaches tying a bow on the 2021 draft, today we're featuring Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Rio. He sat down with Senior VP of Media & Content Julie Donaldson in our practice bubble to give his thoughts on 1st-round pick Jamin Davis, his vision for Benjamin St-Juste, Landon Collins, and Darrick Forrest, and why the defensive line (rightfully) gets a ton of praise, but the linebackers and secondary deserve some love too.
"We Addressed The Needs" | Ron Rivera On The 2021 NFL Draft
The Washington Football Team selected 10 players in the 2021 NFL Draft, and after it was concluded Head Coach Ron Rivera had a chat with Senior VP of Media & Content Julie Donaldson and former Washington cornerback Fred Smoot to discuss all of the picks, the thought process that went into each selection, and how each player can help the Washington Football Team in the upcoming 2021 season.
Post-Draft Recap | A Conversation With Scott Turner
Shortly after the 2021 NFL Draft concluded, Offensive Coordinator Scott Turner joined Senior VP of Media & Content Julie Donaldson as well as former Washington cornerback Fred Smoot on set to give a breakdown of some of the selections made by the Washington Football Team. Turner talked about the exciting growth potential for all the draftees and even as an offensive guy he can't help but be thrilled at the addition of linebacker Jamin Davis
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The High School Coach of the Week program is a league-wide initiative designed to recognize area high school football coaches who continuously demonstrate hard work and dedication to their football programs, the health and safety of their players, and who make a difference in their communities. Each coach chosen throughout the high school football season will receive a $2,000 donation from the Washington Football Charitable Foundation to their high school football program.