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Daily Slop: Ron Rivera will keep touting his o-line, with or without Brandon Scherff; QB trade market slow-moving as Commanders look to jump in

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Ron Rivera is not ruling any quarterback scenario out - The Washington Post
Commanders head coach hits the NFL scouting combine, as team continues to weigh its options.

Commanders announce multiple coaching changes
The Washington Commanders announced today that they have promoted Offensive Quality Control Coach Todd Storm to Assistant Tight Ends Coach, Offensive Quality Control Coach Luke Del Rio to Assistant Quarterbacks Coach/Offensive Quality Control, Defensive Q

Mitch Trubisky rumors heat up as Wilson talk cools down - Washington Times
Yes, Trubisky -- the former No. 2 overall pick who flamed out in Chicago -- has been floated as an option for teams like the Commanders.

Ron Rivera seeks elite QB but believes Commanders can win with second-tier option | RSN
Washington is exhausting all options this offseason to improve at the quarterback position.

Ron Rivera will keep touting his offensive line, with or without Brandon Scherff | RSN
Brandon Scherff could very well change teams this offseason, but Ron Rivera will still believe in his offensive line if that happens.

Ron Rivera loves Commanders' depth at wide receiver entering free agency, draft | RSN
Washington's head coach spoke highly of team's depth at wide receiver, though the production outside of Terry McLaurin was limited in 2021.

Quarterback trade market slow moving as Commanders look to jump in - Washington Times
To try and acquire a veteran quarterback, the Washington Commanders have started to lay what Ron Rivera calls "the minimal groundwork." They've called teams to check in on possible targets -- expressing their interest and reminding them they have "potential" to get a deal done with draft picks, he says.

Finding a Josh Allen or Joe Burrow still the NFL’s toughest puzzle - The Washington Post
The Washington Commanders have used 25 starting quarterbacks in the past 22 seasons. Finding one who sticks is no easy task.

Key takeaways from Ron Rivera's Combine press conference
Washington Commanders head coach Ron Rivera just wrapped up his press conference at the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine. Here are four takeaways from what he had to say.

2022 Combine breakdown | Quarterbacks has been taking a dive into each position to see what they have to offer. We're wrapping up the series with the quarterbacks.

2022 Combine breakdown | Defensive backs has been taking a dive into each position to see what they have to offer. Next up are the defensive backs.

2022 Combine breakdown | Linebackers
Over the next week, will take a dive into each position to see what they have to offer. Next up are the linebackers.

Washington, D.C. one of three finalists to host 2024 NFL Draft | RSN
The 2024 NFL Draft could be coming to the nation's capital.

Commanders stadium search heating up now that name is out of way - Washington Times
The long-stalled drive for a new NFL stadium in the Capital region -- derailed in recent years by everything from the Washington Commanders' old nickname to allegations of sexual misconduct among the organization's executives, including owner Dan Snyder -- is suddenly heating up, as officials from Virginia, Maryland and the District all have taken steps in recent weeks to jumpstart the project.