Unlike Wentz, picking up Carr won’t require trading any draft picks. That’s a positive. What isn’t, meanwhile, is the fact that Carr will almost assuredly cost substantially more money-wise than Wentz did (Wentz’s deal paid him $28 million in 2022; Carr, on the other hand, could fetch at least $35 million).
Two-time Super Bowl-winning coordinator Eric Bieniemy will join the coaching staff as the Commanders’ assistant head coach in addition to being the team’s play caller.
Another former NFL stalwart has joined Reich’s staff. DeAngelo Hall, a 14-year NFL veteran and three-time Pro Bowler, was hired as an assistant defensive backs coach for the Panthers.
Winning teams row in the same direction. Washington has been up the creek without a paddle so long it’s no wonder the franchise has gone over the falls regularly. It may happen again given a coach and coordinator with conflicting goals.
Despite what some pessimists claim, the Commanders are not far away. Therefore, it’s essential every single member of the roster takes the right strides in pursuit of easing some increasing pressure on head coach Ron Rivera next time around.
NFL ownership rules, soaring costs may be limiting Washington bidders - The Washington Post
Strict requirements and soaring franchise values combine to result in very few viable buyers.
Gregg Williams brings tenacious defense to XFL's D.C. Defenders - The Washington Post
Williams’s tenacious approach to defense will be on display in the D.C. Defenders’ season opener Sunday at Audi Field.
Will Washington’s roster hit the ground running in Bieniemy’s system?