After being hired on New Year’s Eve 2019, coach Ron Rivera said he would like to spend the 2020 season, evaluate the roster he inherited and then commit to the players in the long run. That stance, in part, led to a deal between Trent Williams on the left tackle and Quinton Dunbar on the cornerback.
Well, a little over a year later, Rivera was trapped in an important part of the attack line. After Roullier, the sixth round draft topic of 2017 from Wyoming, became a full-time starter in 2018, he has dealt with knee injuries, but this year out of 47 games, including all 15 games. 45 games have started.
The biggest problem with the attack line remains the light guard of Brandon Shelf, a longtime Pro Bowl selection. The person who received the franchise tag In the off-season. Shelf was fifth overall in 2015 and is determined to stay in Washington from last season. Under the rules of the franchise tag, Washington will not be able to start negotiations with him until the end of the Sunday night season finale in the Philadelphia Eagles.
Washington’s match against the Eagles gives a glimpse of the attack line next season. Morgan Moses on the right tackle and Wesschweizer on the left guard have signed a contract until 2022 and believe they have a fair shot in maintaining these roles. Another question is the tackle that Cornelius Lucas has firmly buried the injured starter Geron Christian. This spot could feature internal competition between Christians, Lucas and Picksardic Charles in the fourth round of 2020 next season.
But on Saturday, Washington solidified its center for a foreseeable future, and Rookie Defensive End Chase Young was excited.
“Ayeeeeeeeeeee !!!!!!!!!!” he wrote on Twitter.
“”[Roullier] Rivera was a stable presence and leader on the offensive line throughout the season, “in a statement.” “He’s a great teammate and does everything the right way. I’m happy to reward the players who spent their entire career here. He deserved an extension. Sustaining here in Washington. I look forward to continuing to guide him while striving for a successful team. “
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Chass Rurier gets a four-year contract from the Washington Football Team
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