The NFL draft is heavy on cornerback talent. Will the Commanders capitalize?

The Commanders appear likely to pick a guard, tackle or cornerback in the first round — and cornerback might make the most sense.

By Sam FortierMarch 22, 2023

Canadian businessman Steve Apostolopoulos has toured Commanders’ facilities

He joins a group of potential buyers that includes Josh Harris, Tilman Fertitta and Jeff Bezos.

By Nicki Jhabvala, Mark Maske and Liz ClarkeMarch 22, 2023

Commanders sign Jacoby Brissett, adding quarterback depth

Brissett will compete for the Commanders’ starting job with second-year quarterback Sam Howell.

By Nicki JhabvalaMarch 15, 2023

Commanders move on at QB after Taylor Heinicke agrees to deal with Falcons

Washington also cut J.D. McKissic and tendered Jeremy Reaves. Heinicke’s new contract is worth $14 million, with up to $20 million with incentives.

By Nicki JhabvalaMarch 15, 2023

Commanders fire offensive line coach John Matsko

Commanders Coach Ron Rivera met with Matsko on Tuesday and informed him the team would be moving in a different direction at the position.

By Sam Fortier and Nicki JhabvalaMarch 14, 2023

Harris-Rales partnership gives Daniel Snyder a strong non-Bezos option

The investor's wealth and local roots bring additional appeal to bid to buy Commanders.

By Liz Clarke and Mark MaskeMarch 14, 2023

Commanders focus on O-line, secondary, linebackers as free agency opens

Washington agreed to contracts with two offensive linemen, Nick Gates and Andrew Wylie, as well as cornerback Danny Johnson and linebacker Cody Barton.

By Nicki Jhabvala and Sam FortierMarch 14, 2023

What’s at stake for the Commanders in NFL free agency?

NFL free agency begins with the legal tampering period Monday, and the Commanders have decisions to make across their roster.

By Nicki Jhabvala and Sam FortierMarch 12, 2023

Daron Payne agrees to four-year, $90 million deal with Commanders

The deal ensures the interior duo of Payne and Jonathan Allen, which ranked among the NFL's most productive last year, can stay together through at least 2025.

By Nicki JhabvalaMarch 12, 2023

Why a potential sale could affect how the Commanders spend in free agency

Publicly, the Commanders have painted free agency as business as usual. But they face questions of how much money and whose money they plan to spend.

By Nicki JhabvalaMarch 10, 2023

Commanders rank last in NFL for working conditions, according to NFLPA survey

According to the survey, the Commanders have the worst facilities and environment for players and their families.

By Nicki JhabvalaMarch 7, 2023

At NFL combine, Commanders took a close look at offensive linemen

Evaluating offensive linemen at the combine, Washington seemed to prioritize size, versatility and experience.

By Sam FortierMarch 6, 2023

Sam Howell is the Commanders’ first-string QB — for now

Howell will be the Commanders' first-string quarterback going into training camp, but they will add “competition” to the room in the form of a veteran.

By Nicki JhabvalaMarch 3, 2023

Roger Goodell, Muriel Bowser discussed future of RFK site in December call

The NFL commissioner and D.C. mayor spoke on the phone in December, and Goodell pledged support for D.C.'s efforts to obtain the RFK Stadium land.

By Sam FortierMarch 2, 2023

The Commanders used the franchise tag on Daron Payne. Now what?

Washington hopes it can reach a long-term agreement to keep Payne and keep its defensive line intact for the foreseeable future.

By Nicki JhabvalaFebruary 28, 2023

The NFL deserves every bit of its raging Daniel Snyder headache

Daniel Snyder is treating the NFL and its owners the way he's always treated his employees and his customers: With contempt.

By Sally JenkinsFebruary 28, 2023

Commanders cut Carson Wentz and Bobby McCain, clearing cap space

The moves save the Commanders nearly $29 million in cap space just weeks before the start of free agency on March 15 and pave the way for younger talent.

By Nicki JhabvalaFebruary 27, 2023

Why the Commanders believe they got their guy in Eric Bieniemy

Bieniemy comes to the Commanders after 10 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, on the heels of a Super Bowl win.

By Nicki JhabvalaFebruary 23, 2023

Chiefs East? What to expect from Eric Bieniemy’s Commanders offense.

The Commanders' new offensive architect is fresh off a Super Bowl with Patrick Mahomes & Co. Will he bring the same schemes with him to D.C.?

By Sam FortierFebruary 22, 2023

Commanders hire Eric Bieniemy as assistant head coach, offensive coordinator

In Washington, Bieniemy will, for the first time, have full say over an offense and the play-calling.

By Nicki JhabvalaFebruary 18, 2023