The perfect tweet: Bird is the word at Washington's camp

The offense reached the goal line first, but the bird is the star of training camp this week.

더 많은 스포츠 범위를 보려면 여기를 클릭하십시오. .

Players have noticed the bird waltzing on the field and roaming the sideline each and every camp session since the team returned to its regular practice facility following a few ramp-up days in Richmond. They’ve interacted with the bird as if it were a 91st player on the roster, from receiver Adam Humphries crouching over to get closer to running back Antonio Gibson walking up to the bird with football in hand.

The bird isn’t even scared of Chase Young when the 2020 AP Defensive Rookie of the Year got down to the bird’s level.

That’s a very brave bird,” pass rusher James Smith-Williams said. “He hangs around here, doesn’t move. Cool bird.

Washington’s social media team got in on the fun by tweeting the team had agreed to terms 와 “Tedthe bird on a lifetime contract.

I see he got a contract,” receiver DeAndre Carter said. “He probably got a little more than me. I’m going to ask him for a couple dollars.

The photogenic bird has fluttered but not flown around the practice fields, instead choosing to walk everywhere.

He hangs out,” Smith-Williams. “Team mascot. 됐어요: There’s the new team name.

‘TRENDING UP’

After being last in the NFL in vaccinations not long ago, Washington has now passed the 85% threshold of players receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the league is not releasing team-by-team vaccination statistics.

Coach Ron Rivera likes the fact his team istrending upin that category. All-Pro guard Brandon Scherff and starting defensive tackle Daron Payne returned to practice Thursday after being cleared from virus protocol.

Kudos to the players for trying to get as informed and educated on it as much as possible,” 리베라가 말했다. “좋은 일이야. That’s a plus. We’re heading in the right direction. We still have several guys that aren’t and we’ll see what happens, but hopefully we can continue as these guys get more and more comfortable with it.

Only wide receiver Curtis Samuel and reserve offensive lineman David Sharpe remain on the COVID-19 list.

NO HEADDRESSES

More than a year since ditching its old name and since revealing the next moniker will not include any Native American connotation or imagery, Washington is joining the Kansas City Chiefs, NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks and others to banNative American inspired ceremonial headdresses or face paintfor fans at home games.

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