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Daily Slop: Sam Howell and Eric Bieniemy lead a new-look offense at OTAs; Questions Mount in Brian Davis’ Lawsuit Over Commanders Sale

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Commanders safety Kam Curl on reporting for OTAs: ‘I like being around my team’

“Nah, you know, I am just coming to work being with the guys,” Curl said when asked about his contract situation. “I like being around my team; that’s why I’m here.”

Federal judge questions Brian Davis’ Bank of America lawsuit

Attitudes around mental health have shifted at Commanders Park

SNIDER: Eric Bieniemy quickly impacts Commanders

“EB is a high energy, high-impact guy,” Rivera said. “He doesn’t hold in. He doesn’t pull any punches. He’s very direct with the players, which has been good. One of the things that we talked about was just changing the way we do things. As I told you guys, I gave him the opportunity to script a lot of things that we’re doing. He is handling all the scheduling. I basically just laid the format out and gave it to him and, and he’s put it all together, so that’s why things are different.”

Jim Brown, on and off the field, personified pure power

“To watch guys try to tackle him was incredible,” Holliday said. “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. You talk about intimidating.”

3 free-agent tight ends the Commanders could sign after Armani Rogers blow

‘It means everything’: Tavita Pritchard speaks about importance of Samoan heritage in life, football

Questions Mount in Brian Davis’ Lawsuit Over Commanders Sale

Sam Howell and Eric Bieniemy lead a new-look Commanders offense at OTAs - The Washington Post
Last year, the Commanders’ offense torpedoed the team’s season. With a new offensive coordinator and a new quarterback, can things change?

Commanders TE ruptures Achilles’ tendon; Chase Young and Montez Sweat absent - The Washington Post
Armani Rogers ruptured his Achilles' tendon Tuesday and is out indefinitely, forcing the team to shuffle at a position where it's no stranger to injuries.

Kazmeir Allen: Could he Sneak on the 53? | Watching All-22 Film With Phil - Washington Commanders