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Report: NFL owners are “counting votes” toward a possible ouster of Daniel Snyder

There’s plenty of smoke surrounding Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder. Even in the absence of the confirmed existence of an actual fire, the smoke is getting the attention of his partners.As reported by Jarrett Bell of USA Today, one NFL owner said that the group is “counting votes” as to Snyder.It would take 24 votes [more]

Carson Wentz: Jim Irsay comments “out of left field,” thought we were in a pretty good place

Colts owner Jim Irsay opted for bluntness when it came to summing up Carson Wentz‘s year as the team’s quarterback when he said in March that moving forward with a “mistake” was the worst thing a team can do and that it was “very obvious” that the team needed to move on this offseason.They moved [more]

Commanders sign third-rounder Brian Robinson Jr.

The Commanders have six draft choices signed, leaving two to go.The team signed first-round choice Jahan Dotson and third-rounder Brian Robinson Jr. on Wednesday. Their signings leave only second-round defensive tackle Phidarian Mathis and fourth-round safety Percy Butler unsigned.Robinson played five seasons at Alabama. He earned first-team All-SEC honors in 2021 and won the Cotton [more]

Commanders cut Drew Himmelman

The Commanders claimed offensive tackle Drew Himmelman off waivers from the Broncos on Monday. Washington waived Himmelman on Wednesday, the team announced.Himmelman failed his physical.The Broncos waived him last week when they signed 13 undrafted rookie free agents.He joined Denver after going undrafted out of Illinois State in 2021, receiving a $25,000 signing bonus as [more]

Commanders sign Jahan Dotson

The Commanders have their top choice of the 2022 draft under contract.Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post reports that wide receiver Jahan Dotson has signed with the team. It’s a four-year deal with a team option for the fifth season for the 16th overall pick.Dotson capped his time at Penn State with 91 catches for [more]

Chargers claim Zack Bailey off waivers from Commanders

The Chargers claimed offensive guard Zack Bailey off waivers Tuesday, according to the NFL’s transactions report.The Commanders waived Bailey on Monday after claiming Drew Himmelman off waivers. The Chargers also put in a claim for Himmelman.The Buccaneers signed Bailey as an undrafted free agent out of South Carolina in 2019. He has spent time on [more]

Commanders claim Drew Himmelman

The Commanders continued shuffling their roster on Monday.The team announced that they have claimed tackle Drew Himmelman off of waivers. Guard Zack Bailey has been dropped from the roster to make room for Himmelman.Washington signed three other players after this weekend’s rookie minicamp with two players getting cut in corresponding moves. They will move into [more]

Commanders announce six Bill Walsh NFL diversity coaching fellows

The Commanders announced the six fellows selected to serve on Washington’s staff throughout the offseason as part of the Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship.Isabel Diaz, Alonso Escalante, LaQuaid Manago, Mohamed Kourouma, Steve Calhoun and Corey Woods will embed with the team this offseason. Calhoun (quarterbacks), Manago (running backs), Kourouma (offensive line) and Woods (tight [more]

Commanders sign Will Adams, Nijuel Hill

The Commanders have announced a handful of roster moves after their rookie minicamp.In addition to the previously reported signing of linebacker Bryce Notree, the Commanders announced that they have signed defensive backs Will Adams and Nijuel Hill. They released linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk and cornerback De’Vante Cross in corresponding moves.Adams was undrafted out of Virginia State [more]

Commanders sign Bryce Notree

The Commanders have signed a player who participated in their rookie minicamp over the weekend.Washington has added linebacker Bryce Notree to its 90-man roster, according to agent Brett Tessler.Notree played his college ball at Southern Illinois, where he was a four-year starter — though he missed most of the 2019 season due to injury. In 2021, [more]

Washington Commanders schedule 2022: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18 

Washington has a new name and a new quarterback after trading for former Colts starter Carson Wentz in March. Washington made it to the playoffs in 2020 but haven’t won a playoff game since the 2005 season. Head coach Ron Rivera hopes things look different this season. Now that the full 18-week 2022 NFL schedule [more]

Monday Night Football: Broncos at Seahawks kicks off ESPN’s schedule

ESPN will debut a new broadcasting team this season, having lured Joe Buck and Troy Aikman from Fox to join sideline reporter Lisa Salters and rules analyst John Parry. Michelle Beisner-Buck also joins the team to present feature content.The crew will hit the ground running, getting Russell Wilson‘s return to Seattle in his Broncos debut [more]

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