QB - WAS
John Keim of ESPN is reporting that the Washington Football Team is strongly considering drafting a quarterback in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Washington signed QB Ryan Fitzpatrick during the offseason, but the team is reportedly looking to draft a quarterback. “They also will strongly consider drafting a quarterback, if one they like is available, ” per Keim. Fitzpatrick is a bridge QB and Washington will look to draft his successor in the 2021 NFL Draft. The Football Team has the 19th pick in the draft and will continue to weigh out his options. Stay tuned.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has agreed to terms on a one-year/$10M deal with the Washington Football Team. The deal can be worth up to $12M and Fitzpatrick is expected to go into a camp competition for the starting duties with Taylor Heinicke.
Ryan Fitzpatrick was rumored to be planning a retirement just weeks ago. Now, he'll head to Washington in an attempt to beat out Taylor Heinicke for the starting duties. Heinicke is fresh off a two-year/$4.75M contract, largely due to his postseason battle against Tom Brady. Fitzpatrick, if he's able to win the starting job, would make for an intriguing fantasy quarterback. While he'd probably be out of the QB1 consideration, he'd be worth a shot in two-quarterback and superflex leagues. Fitzpatrick's reputation as a gunslinging veteran could certainly elevate the values of those around him too, specifically Terry McLaurin and Logan Thomas. Washington's offseason quarterback competition will be worth watching and we will bring you any regarding it.
Former Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick intends to play in 2021, following previous rumors of retirement as reported by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Fitzpatrick led the Dolphins to a 5-4 record as a starter during the 2020 season, throwing for 2,091 yards and 15 total touchdowns, including a couple of impressive wins over the Raiders and 49ers. The 38-year old veteran quarterback is expected to have several suitors in free agency and will look to continue his crafty play for a team in need of his services either as a starter or back-up presence. Heading into what will be his 17th season in the league, do not be surprised if Fitzmagic prioritizes joining a contender for a chance to reach Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
John Clayton with ESPN is reporting that veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick "looks like" he'll retire, adding that "Fitzpatrick's retirement is looming."
Now 38 years old and wrapping up his 16th season for his eighth franchise, Fitzpatrick's career will be remembered as that of a journeyman and a fan favorite. Throughout his career, he racked up 146 starts, often serving as relief for an injured or underperforming starter. Fizpatrick epitomized the gunslinger mentality and his 223 touchdowns and 169 interceptions show it. The former Harvard graduate put together a solid season in Miami before turning the keys over to rookie Tua Tagovailoa. His Saturday night day-after-Christmas win over the Raiders will be etched into the mind of football fans for a long time. Fitzpatrick was tied to rumors involving a lot of quarterback-needy teams, but if the rumors are true, we've already seen the bearded genius take his last NFL snap.
Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and will not play in Sunday’s Week 17 contest against the Bills.
Fitzpatrick reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and will be unavailable for Sunday's contest against the Bills. He will most likely be placed on reserve/COVID-19 list within the next couple of days. Jake Rudock will serve as Tua Tagovailoa's backup in Week 17.
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