4 Commanders players whose stock has fallen ahead of 2023 training camp

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Which Washington Commanders players have seen their stock fall ahead of the team's upcoming training camp ahead of the 2023 season?

It's a little under a month before the Washington Commanders begin training camp in Ashburn. Before then, NFL owners will likely approve the team's $6.05 billion sale to the ownership group led by Josh Harris.

This historic transaction has the scope to completely shift the landscape. There will be more scrutiny and media exposure on camp, which could even see Harris and members of his investment team descend on practice to make their presence known.

Ron Rivera is trying with all his might to focus on football. That's been the case throughout the entire saga, but it does nothing to lessen the stakes for almost everyone across the franchise when the 2023 campaign rolls around.

With that being said, here are four Commanders players whose stock has fallen heading into this year's training camp.

Andrew Norwell - Commanders OL

It seems as if the Washington Commanders are moving forward without former All-Pro offensive lineman Andrew Norwell. The veteran player is currently on the shelf through injury, but all signs point to those in power cutting him once he gets full medical clearance.

This is a seem fall from grace for Norwell, who came into the Commanders with relatively high expectations upon reuniting with Ron Rivera during free agency in 2021. Sadly, the once unheralded undrafted free agent out of Ohio State just didn't meet these targets and is unlikely to suit up in any capacity for Washington again.

Whether the likes of Saahdiq Charles and Chris Paul can provide more stability is another matter.