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Logan Thomas attends first annual Tight End University event

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The tight end community in the NFL has become a tight group, evident by a new event spearheaded by George Kittle, Greg Olsen and Travis Kelce.

Known as Tight End University, the next few days in Nashville, Tennessee, will consist of over 40 NFL tight ends coming together to share tips and improve their games. Among them is Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas.

It's a group that also features the likes of Darren Waller, Noah Fant, Mark Andrews, Kyle Pitts and plenty more.

For Thomas, it's an opportunity to work on his craft prior to a 2021 season in which he will be the No. 1 option at the position for Washington. Though he's coming off an impressive 2020 campaign that featured 72 receptions for 670 yards and six touchdowns, Thomas has only been a tight end for about four seasons since converting over from quarterback.

Getting the chance to learn from some of the top players at his position and veterans like the recently retired Olsen can only benefit him and Washington's offense.

It's an event loaded with star power, and if this video from the first night is any indicator, it's going to be a lot of fun.