Dealing with uncertainty as Washington’s HC is normal for Ron Rivera. More looms. Soon, he’ll be fighting for his job. “The (new) owner has ... to believe in what I’m talking about. ... And if not, I’ll be gone in a year.”
The NFL can be broadly divided into two camps, the new money and the old money. They value different elements of the sport and the league, but generally find their way to compromise when it matters.
Jason Wright initially answered with one word when asked if he views a sale of the Washington Commanders as a positive. “Yes,” the team president said.
ESPN reported both sports magnate Josh Harris and Canadian businessman Steve Apostolopoulos delivered $6 billion bids.
NFL owners remain divided on Thursday night flex scheduling - The Washington Post
At the league's annual meetings, owners did not agree to a flexible scheduling plan for Thursday night games or finalize a contract extension for Roger Goodell.
Josh Harris, Steve Apostolopoulos groups submit formal bids on Commanders - The Washington Post
Harris group's bid, which includes Mitchell Rales and Magic Johnson as investors, is worth about $6 billion, according to one person.