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|2||Giants||W 30 - 29|
After selecting wide receiver Dyami Brown with its final pick Friday night, the Washington Football Team added another offensive skill player by selecting Boise State tight end John Bates.
The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Bates projects as more of a blocking tight end with immediate special teams potential, according to The Athletic's Dane Brugler. He finished his Broncos career with 47 receptions for 579 yards and a pair of touchdowns, earning honorable mention All-Mountain West twice.
TE John Bates "It's Our Job To Show Up Every Single Day And Do Our Job To Our Best Ability" | Post Game Press Conference
John Bates speaks to the media following the game against Dallas on December 26th.
John Bates recovers his own fumble for physical TD catch and run
Washington Football Team John Bates recovers his own fumble for a physical touchdown catch and run.
John Bates trucks multiple tacklers for dominant 32-yard catch and run
Washington Football Team tight end John Bates trucks multiple tacklers for a dominant 32-yard catch and run.
Washington Football Press Conference Round-Up | Thurs., Dec. 16
Scott Turner, Jack Del Rio, Jamin Davis, John Bates, and Jeremy Reaves speak to the media following practice on Thursday, December 16th at Inova Sports Performance Center.
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Don't Underestimate John Bates
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Washington used its fourth-round pick (124th overall) to take Boise State tight end John Bates. Here are five things to know about one of the newest additions to the offense.