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Ron Rivera: Carson Wentz has shown some inaccuracy, but we’re not overly concerned

By most accounts, Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz has experienced an up-and-down training camp.Descriptions from practice have noted that Wentz will thread some needles, as he’s displayed that he can when he’s at his best. But the quarterback has also missed on his share of throws over the last few weeks.After Washington’s Saturday practice at FedEx [more]

Ron Rivera: Tre Walker is retiring

For the second time in the last couple of weeks, the Commanders have a player who’s elected to retire.Head coach Ron Rivera said in his Friday press conference that rookie linebacker Tre Walker has elected to hang up his cleats.“Tre Walker, one of our rookie linebackers, decided he was going to move on from football. [more]

Commanders to induct Mike Bass into their Ring of Fame

The Commanders will induct former cornerback Mike Bass into their Ring of Fame, the team announced Thursday. The induction is scheduled for Washington’s season opener against the Jaguars on Sept. 11.Bass started 104 consecutive games, including the postseason, during his career with the organization.He signed with Washington as a free agent in 1969 and ended [more]

Commanders sign De’Vante Bausby

The Commanders lost linebacker Drew White to a torn ACL in Tuesday’s practice and they filled his spot on the roster on Thursday morning.The team announced the signing of cornerback De’Vante Bausby. White has been waived with an injury designation, which will leave him on injured reserve if he goes unclaimed.Bausby entered the NFL as [more]

Drew White tears ACL

The Commanders waived/injured rookie linebacker Drew White on Wednesday. White tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee when he collided with running back Antonio Gibson during Tuesday’s practice.White will revert to injured reserve after he clears waivers.“Unfortunately, it is an ACL tear,” Commanders coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday, via Bryan Manning of USA [more]

Brandon Scherff gets no real excitement from facing Washington in Week One

It’s not quite Russell Wilson returning to Seattle, but Week One includes former Washington guard Brandon Scherff going back to FedEx Field.Scherff, a five-time Pro Bowler who spent seven years with Washington before finally hitting the open marker, was asked by reporters on Sunday whether he’s excited to face his old team to start the [more]

Commanders sign veteran tackle Rashod Hill

Tackle Rashod Hill spent six seasons with the Vikings. He’s now getting a shot to make the team in Washington.Agent Brett Tessler announced on Twitter that Hill has signed with the Commanders.Hill appeared in 74 games with 22 starts during his time with the Vikings.Initially signed by the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in [more]

Ryan Kerrigan retires

Veteran pass rusher Ryan Kerrigan has announced his retirement.Kerrigan was Washington’s first-round draft pick in 2011 and he played 10 seasons with the team before signing with the Eagles last year. He announced his retirement through the Commanders.The 33-year-old Kerrigan was a four-time Pro Bowler and is Washington’s all-time leader with 95.5 career sacks and [more]

Former NFL player Kevin Ware indicted for murder

Former NFL player Kevin Ware has been indicted for the murder of his girlfriend.Ware was questioned more than a year ago when his girlfriend, Taylor Pomaski, went missing. Pomaski’s remains were found eight months after she went missing. In addition to being indicted for murder, Ware was also indicted for tampering with Pomaski’s corpse.The 41-year-old [more]

Daniel Snyder’s testimony lasts nearly 11 hours

It was a long day for Daniel Snyder.The Commanders owner testified before staff members of the House Oversight Committee for nearly 11 hours, according to A.J. Perez of FrontOfficeSports.com.A Commanders spokesperson provided a predictably self-serving comment to Perez.“Mr. Snyder fully addressed all questions about workplace misconduct, described the Commanders’ dramatic two-year transformation and expressed hope [more]

Ten hours later, Daniel Snyder’s deposition continues

It began at 8:00 a.m. ET. As of 6:00 p.m. ET, it’s still going.Darren M. Haynes of WUSA9 in D.C. reports that, 10 hours later, the deposition of Commanders owner Daniel Snyder continues.The House Oversight Committee announced early Thursday that a deal had been reached for Snyder’s testimony. Snyder appeared voluntarily and without a subpoena. [more]

Commanders activate Chase Roullier

Commanders center Chase Roullier is ready to get on the field at training camp.Roullier was placed on the physically unable to perform list to open camp because he is still making his way back from a season-ending fractured fibula last year. Roullier’s stay on the list proved to be a brief one as he was [more]

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