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Micah Parsons wants Daron Payne to join him on the Cowboys

“We’ve just gotta be more accountable, more aware,” Parsons answered, before shifting his perspective from on the field to off of it. “We gotta go after it in free agency, too.”

Commanders position review | Tight end

Ravens’ hire of Todd Monken creates ripple effect for Commanders’ coordinator search

Bieniemy has been seen as a top candidate for the Commanders, who are still in need of a new offensive coordinator after firing Scott Turner last month. But the Ravens were also reportedly interested in Bieniemy — the Kansas City Chiefs’ offensive coordinator who figures to explore his options now that his contract is set to expire.

Commanders offensive coordinator search: What Eric Bieniemy, Greg Roman would bring

What would Eric Bieniemy, Greg Roman — if they don’t have better options — bring to Washington?

Rivera: Howell ‘more than likely’ to enter offseason workout program as QB1

“Now we have a quarterback we feel pretty comfortable in. We’re going to give Sam every opportunity to see if he can be our starter, and we’ll go from there.”

Commanders and Chiefs defeated the Eagles with Hurts in 2022 season

Molding the perfect Commanders NFL Draft strategy in 2023

SNIDER: It’s Harris versus Bezos for Commanders

Harris would be the better owner. He has an extensive sports ownership background with partner David Blitzer. Bezos has none. He owns a space rocket company, but may not even possess a frisbee. The NFL is not kind to outsiders with no sports experience. Ask Dan Snyder.

Eric Bieniemy is passed over by the NFL again - The Washington Post
Eric Bieniemy, Black and supremely qualified, still can't land an NFL head coaching job.