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Will the Harris group change the Commanders’ name? Your questions, answered.

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The end might not be here. But it’s coming. And oh, how that will bring change.

Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder and his wife, Tanya, announced Friday that they had agreed to sell the NFL franchise to a group led by D.C. area native Josh Harris, a more than $6 billion deal that has almost all Commanders fans some form of ecstatic.

To break down the process — and talk a little roster construction (quarterback, anyone?) — I was joined by Nicki Jhabvala, one of our Commanders beat writers who has teamed up with Mark Maske as a leading force reporting on this transaction. Here are some of the questions we answered:

Read the full chat below.

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Thomas Floyd, an editor for The Post’s Sports section, produced this Q&A.