clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Daily Slop: Washington Commanders News Links Roundup

A daily collection of Commanders articles from around the web

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Washington Commanders OTA Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post via Getty Images
Daily Slop logo

‘Assistant head coach’ is more than just a title for Eric Bieniemy

“I just appreciate him allowing me to have some input,” Bieniemy said of Rivera.”He’s given me a little flexibility to help and adjust the schedules because he feels that certain things we needed to change and I’m enjoying it because it allows me to have input. … I just want to make sure that I’m doing what is right for us when it’s all said and done with.”

Ron Rivera, Eric Bieniemy on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot for 2024

JP Finlay, Sam Fortier break down the new wrinkles in Eric Bieniemy’s offense

Phidarian Mathis excited to be back on the field in Year 2

“I know this is my dream,” Mathis said. “This is what I want to do … At the end of the day, I know this is what I want to do with my life. I put all my work into [it]. I worked all my life just to get to this point.”

4 Commanders players that can’t afford to start 2023 on a sour note

Jahan Dotson understands what the hype is about regarding Emmanuel Forbes

“Honestly, I watched the tape, and I was like, ‘I think he’s good, but I don’t know,”‘ Dotson said. “After seeing him on the field, I know how good he is now. I understand why he was drafted in the first round. I understand what all the hype is about.”

Commanders offensive line overhaul didn’t include just players. Will coaching changes make impact?

Jahan Dotson won’t let CBs, trash-talking kids or wordy play calls slow him down

Jahan Dotson joins the chorus in noting Eric Bieniemy’s impact (“He’s brought a sense of energy and urgency”), Emmanuel Forbes’ talent and an “exciting” but very wordy playbook. The WR also discusses that catch against Quan Martin and prepping for Year 2.

Josh Harris to meet with NFL finance committee, with deal progressing - The Washington Post
Harris is scheduled to meet with the eight-owner finance committee on Wednesday in New York about his $6.05 billion deal to buy the Commanders from Daniel Snyder.

Commanders’ TEs standing out ‘for all the right reasons’

“It gives me a leg up compared to where I was last year,” Thomas said. “Got a little bit of my explosiveness back. I’m able to launch a little better than I was. I’m excited just to be out here working with the guys getting better and learning a new offense.”

Sam Howell All-22 College Film & Thoughts: Watching Game Film With Phil