Commanders news: Adam Peters, Caleb Williams, Dan Quinn and the vision

Examining the latest Commanders news and rumors from around the media.

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Adam Peters outlines Commanders vision

Adam Peters is wasting no time after securing the general manager job. He touched down in D.C. amid snowy weather conditions last night. He's speaking to the media today. He'll also be heavily influential in the appointment of a new head coach, which can hopefully emerge in the coming days with competition potentially increasing within the NFC East after early playoff exits for the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.

In a statement via the team's website, Peters provided a small hint about what his vision is for the Washington Commanders ahead of his introductory presser. This all starts with counting on owners willing to invest and lean on the proud traditions of one of the league's most storied franchises.

"Throughout my career in the NFL, I've learned that successful organizations begin with a strong ownership group willing to commit the resources needed to foster a culture of winning. We have that here in Washington and it's my responsibility and privilege to carry out the mission of delivering a team that will ultimately compete for Super Bowls. I know how much the Commanders mean to our fans, our owners, the legends who paved the way for this franchise, and the NFL. The work starts now."

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Peters knows how to build a winner. He's been the mastermind behind San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch. He's won Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos. This is a home-run hire for the Commanders in every sense of the word. Although there is a lot of hard work ahead, hopes are extremely high.