Commanders News: Brian Davis lawsuit, Dan Snyder, final visits and Sam Howell
By Dean Jones
Which Washington Commanders news stories are hitting the headlines as speculation continues to envelop the franchise across all fronts this offseason?
We are now one week away from the 2023 NFL Draft, which represents a chance to focus on football matters for the Washington Commanders. After all the ownership distractions throughout the last few weeks, this should be welcome news to fans as the team’s sale continues to progress encouragingly.
Among the stories taking up column inches recently include the Commanders finishing up their top 30 visits, Sam Howell on seizing the moment, Brian Davis on a potential lawsuit, and Dan Snyder getting one final demand before riding off into the NFL wilderness.
Let’s delve into each topic in more detail.
Story No. 1
Commanders conclude top-30 visits
After an exhausting evaluation process for those in power within the Washington Commanders, their top 30 visits have officially concluded. Now, head coach Ron Rivera and his team will begin finalizing their draft board ahead of a critical selection weekend for the franchise.
According to Ben Standig of The Athletic, the Commanders spent the final day of visits with offensive lineman Ricky Stromberg and edge rusher Kyle Soelle. These are two players in positions of need that could be useful additions in the mid-rounds.
Stromberg, in particular, could provide immediate assistance with a smooth transition. The former Arkansas standout has the scope to play anywhere across the protection’s interior, which would give Washington some improved depth and versatility at an important time.