The Washington Football Team finished up the 2021 NFL Draft by adding another pass-catcher, BYU wide receiver Dax Milne, with the 258th overall pick.
Originally a walk-on player, Milne (6-foot-1, 193 pounds) was one of No. 2 overall pick Zach Wilson's primary targets for the Cougars last season, as he put on a career season with 1,188 yards and eight touchdowns on 70 receptions. he was a Burlsworth Trophy finalist, which is given to the top college player who started their career as a walk-on, and was an All-American selection by Pro Football Focus.
Dax Milne eager to continue proving himself in Year 2
Milne earned a roster spot for the second time, and now he's preparing for a potentially larger role on the team.
Media roundup | Ron Rivera impressed with Sam Howell's performance
The Washington Commanders have wrapped up the preseason with a 17-15 defeat against the Baltimore Ravens, and head coach Ron Rivera, Sam Howell, Dax Milne, Reggie Bonnafon, Jamin Davis and Jaret Patterson all addressed the media. Here are some of the highlights from their press conferences.
Washington 2022 position breakdown | Wide receiver
Terry McLaurin was a star once again, and with Curtis Samuel out for most of the year, Washington's other options stepped up and filled serviceable roles.
Dax Milne Bet On Himself At BYU, And It Paid Off
Milne had a scholarship already lined up at Weber State, but then receivers coach Fesi Sitake gave him another option if he could take a leap of faith.
5 Things To Know About WR Dax Milne
The Washington Football Team used its final pick (258th overall) to select BYU wide receiver Dax Milne. Here are five things to know about one of the team's newest receivers.