Washington Commanders Podcasts
With a heavy run-pass imbalance and an inability to protect the quarterback, OC Eric Bieniemy and his offense face its first real test of the season.
The Commanders have a chance to rectify its 2021 performance against the Buffalo Bills. Once again, it starts with the defensive line.
Charles Leno's confidence in Washington is growing: "I just feel like this team, we're resilient, we just find ways to win."
The mentality of the 2023 Washington Commanders is beginning to reveal itself, according to starting left tackle Charles Leno Jr.
Montez Sweat says the defensive line expects to and will close games out for Washington.
The Commanders have several storylines heading into their matchup against the Cardinals; what are they, and will they be able to take advantage of the opportunities that Arizona provides them?
John Ridgeway’s continued growth in year two can create difficult questions to answer for Washington
With the latest injury news on second-year lineman Phidarian Mathis, John Ridgeway has an opportunity further to cement himself as Washingtons' go-to run defender.
Offensive standouts from the Commanders week two preseason matchup against the Baltimore Ravens
Per ESPN's John Keim, the Commanders are expected to name Sam Howell the week one starter ahead of Friday’s practice.
UDFAs Mason Brooks and Brycen Tremayne stand out during Washington’s first padded practice
Rivera says the secondary looks “comfortable” and “confident” in the second year of Del Rio’s zone-match system
Ron Rivera acknowledges the defense’s ascension in the second year of Jack Del Rio’s zone-match scheme.
On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast, Lynnell Willingham of 106.7 the fan argues that the Washington Commanders ceiling is higher than people think this year in a weakened NFC.
Breaking down the Commanders tight end position group
On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast, ESPN’s John Keim discussed who Sam Howell has developed the most chemistry with during open practice sessions.
On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast episode, Kevin Sheehan discusses the pressure that is on Eric Bieniemy to produce, and what a successful season for Bieniemy could look like.
On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast episode, Commanders analyst Mark Bullock explained what he has seen from Jack Del Rio as Washington’s defensive coordinator
On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast episode, AJ, Dre, and Mual discussed how Chase Young could earn a contract extension after the 2023 season. How do you think he could get it done?
Commanders fans went off on Twitter after hearing ESPN’s Matt Miller compare Sam Howell to Colt McCoy. Fans overreacted, and Miller explained why McCoy and Howell are similar on the latest Trap or Dive podcast.
After the NFL draft, the Commanders signed five UDFA wide receivers, which might indicate that Washington is banking on them legitimately challenging for a spot on the final roster.
Could Illinois’s Devon Witherspoon be the next CB1 for the Washington Commanders? The Draft Network’s Senior Analyst Keith Sanchez believes so and makes a case for Witherspoon over Joey Porter Jr. and Deonte Banks.
AJ, Dre, and Mual discuss under-the-radar prospects with CBS Analyst Emory Hunt on the latest Trap or Dive Podcast.
Commanders schedule Volunteers QB Hendon Hooker for a top-30 visit.
Ron Rivera says that adding at the running back position is important for Washington. What caliber of player should they be looking to add?
Would a big splash a quarterback this year create excitement or distrust of new ownership?
AJ, Dre, and Mual discuss the Commanders start to the off-season, including yesterday’s signings at the start of the tampering period, on the latest Trap or Dive podcast.
On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast, AJ, Dre, and Mual discuss with Grant Paulsen what Eric Bieniemy and the Washington Commanders approach should be at the quarterback position.
The 2023 draft presents the Commanders with good options in the first round at a couple of positions of need. On the latest Trap or Dive Podcast, Jamual discusses the talent pool at OL and CB with co-hosts AJ and Dre and the most effective ways for Washington to address both position groups.
On the latest Trap or Dive podcast, AJ Thompson discusses what he believes the Commanders interest in Eric Bieniemy and Anthony Lynn as OC signifies for Washington this off-season. There may be bigger plans than Sam Howell.
On the latest Hogs Haven Podcast, Commanders insider JP Finlay explains why, given Rivera’s past hires, the coaching search is not as narrow as you may think.
Ron Rivera stated during his Wednesday press conference that his team did some really good things and played pretty good football. Then some things happened that they couldn’t sustain.
Rivera’s Commanders failed to “ascend” in year three after another late-season collapse; full accountability is needed
Fan support for Ron Rivera was mixed before the season. After another late-season collapse behind one of the biggest off-season failures during his tenure, it's time for Rivera to accept full accountability for falling short of his expectations for 2021.
Chase Young was expected to be on a very limited snap count against the 49ers. Young stated that he felt good though, and ultimately played 30 snaps in his debut.
There are several things at stake for starting quarterback Taylor Heinicke. He has recently created several opportunities for himself, but this four-game stretch is his biggest opportunity.