Charles Leno Jr. Wears Amazing Ryan Fitzpatrick-Themed Shirt to Press Conference

Charles Leno Jr. had an amazing fashion choice during his press conference appearance on Thursday.
Charles Leno Jr. had an amazing fashion choice during his press conference appearance on Thursday. / Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images

The Washington Football Team made several moves this offseason in hopes of continuing their positive momentum from last season. Two key additions who'll be major factors right away are new quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald and new starting left tackle Charles Leno Jr.

These two veterans appear to already have some strong chemistry brewing.

Leno rolled up to his post-practice press conference appearance on Thursday with an amazing fashion choice. Front and center of Leno's t-shirt was a "Fitzmagic" logo accompanied by the QB's face and glorious beard.

It'd be a cool shirt for anyone to wear, but a teammate proudly wearing some Fitzmagic merch makes it even better.

Hopefully, this budding off-field friendship will translate into on-field results. Leno was let go by the Chicago Bears this offseason in favor of rookie Teven Jenkins, so he has plenty of motivation to show out for his new team and quarterback.

If Leno and the O-line can keep Fitz protected, this Washington offense has serious potential to be one of the league's best. That unit taking the next step would be the missing piece for a squad that already has a championship-level defense.

WFT is a 1.5-point home favorite heading into a Week 1 clash against the Los Angeles Chargers, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

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