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“We’ll see how they are in about three or four days when they get a little tired, a little fatigued, see how they handle it,” Rivera said. “For today, very pleased with what we saw out there.”
New bill in Congress to give DC extended lease and control of RFK Stadium land. If it passes, giant step towards Commanders returning to RFK Stadium site.
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“I think at this point I have total command of the offense,” Howell said. “I studied a lot this summer and tried to get really comfortable with the system obviously because it’s new, and just tying my feet into the concepts that we’re running.”
“It’s not something I take for granted,” said Howell, who was taken in the fifth round of the 2022 draft. “There’s a lot of work to be done. I still have to earn it.”
“I know some people might think it’s crazy just because of how the draft went and I hardly played at all last year,” Howell said. “But for me, that doesn’t really change anything.”
“Any time the owner’s out there, you get an opportunity for whoever you are to step up and show them what you can and can’t do,” said Rivera, who is facing a likely must-win season. “I think that’s a good thing. I think it’s a very good plus.”
Daniel Snyder destroyed a D.C. institution. Maybe now it can heal – Washington Post
“You want to be associated with something that brings people together, something outsiders envy. Shared misery is a bonding agent, but it’s thin paste compared with shared joy.”
John Kent Cooke rooting for Josh Harris-led Commanders era: ‘Can’t get any worse’ – Washington Times
“My father was in the [Los Angeles] Lakers, owned the [NBA’s] Lakers and the Kings of the National Hockey League,” Mr. Cooke said. “And this is different. The 76ers are popular, or they were popular in Philadelphia, but the popularity is not as great as the Washington Redskins were.”
Dan Snyder’s consolation prize for a ruined legacy: $6 billion– Washington Times
When the NFL, as expected, votes to approve Josh Harris’ purchase of the Washington Commanders, the once-storied franchise will sell for $6.05 billion.
“Just lining up out wide, like you said. I haven’t shown my position. I feel the same way. Every year we talk about it, but it hasn’t happened.” – Antonio Gibson via Commanders.com