Josh Harris to Buy Washington Commanders for $6 Billion – Sportico.com
Josh Harris’ group is nearing the purchase of the Washington Commanders from Dan Snyder in a record deal worth about $6 billion.
Patterson arrived at Buffalo with Jaret in 2018, playing in 14 games as a freshman and recording 57 tackles. In 2019, Patterson appeared in 10 games, making 28 tackles, with one interception and one sack.
But Montez Sweat does enter the last year of his contract. Drafted in the first round (26th overall) in the 2019 NFL draft, Sweat has thus far been the best of Washington’s defensive ends.
“Acting is all about pulling everything that’s inside of you out,” Davis said. “And it’s the same with football — it’s the inside out. Everything you put into the game starts from within. And the reason why a lot of people play this game is the passion and the pain that they’ve had in the past. And when you understand that, the correlation is right there. And I think about that whenever I’m in front of the camera.”
NFL teams that need tight ends are in luck. This year’s draft is stocked. - The Washington Post
It’s a good year for teams that need an oversized pass-catcher. The Commanders, whose tight ends have more potential than proven talent, could face a conundrum.
This NFL draft prospect may have the league’s strongest hamstrings - The Washington Post
Torrence’s hamstrings help tell the remarkable story of a kid from Louisiana who quit football and battled obesity before becoming an NFL draft prospect.
Jeff Bezos isn’t planning Commanders bid, clearing path for Josh Harris group - The Washington Post
Amazon founder had hired an investment firm to evaluate a potential bid on the Washington NFL franchise.