WFT News: Cole Holcomb prepared to make the jump as Washington linebacker Mike; Commanders fail to find good sites for new stadium


Cole Holcomb ready to make the jump as Commanders linebacker Mike | NSR
Entering his fourth season with the Washington Commanders, Cole Holcomb is taking on his biggest role as a professional. This season, he will be the team’s linebacker Mike and he is assuming the leadership.

Blockage to determine Antonio Gandy-Golden’s success with move to short end | NSR
Head coach Ron Rivera is looking for former wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden to progress as a tackle as he moves to the short end.

William Jackson confident in growth of Commanders Secondary
The 2021 season hasn’t gone as planned for the group, but the continuity and camaraderie they’ve developed over the past few months makes Jackson believe they’re on the right track.

Washington commanders can’t find great sites for new stadium – The Washington Post
The reception of various municipalities informs everyone about the state of the franchise.

Ron Rivera gives his thoughts on how the next Commanders install will look | NSR
Ron Rivera talks about what the next Commanders Training Center will look like.

2020 NFL Draft Overhaul: Justin Herbert or Chase Young at No. 2? | NSR
Although these players only have one year in the NFL under their belt, there are a lot of changes when the 2020 NFL Draft is re-evaluated a season later.

Logan Paulsen explains why Washington’s backfield is so exciting
In his final film segment on “Command Center,” Paulsen and Santana Moss look at what Antonio Gibson, JD McKissic, and Brian Robinson can add to the commanders’ backfield.

PICTURES | Rookies Complete Week 1 of OTAs
The Washington Commanders rookie draft class just completed its first week of OTA. Check out the best shots of the action. (Emilee Fails/Washington Commanders)

List of Washington commanders: early projection of 53 men, most intriguing positional battles FR24 News English
Most eyes will be on Washington’s quarterbacks and defensive line, while there’s plenty to watch out for wide outs, tight end and running back.

Virginia’s pursuit of Commanders Stadium loses momentum following comments from state senators – Washington Times
Chap Petersen’s about-face on a new stadium for Dan Snyder’s NFL franchise casts doubt on whether the Virginia General Assembly will pass the bill next week in Richmond.

Maryland fans might not follow Commanders at a Virginia stadium – The Washington Post
The potential stadium sites raise questions about how the team’s loyal fan base in Prince George’s County would be affected.


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