Commanders News: Dan Snyder, Josh Harris, Ron Rivera and Carson Wentz

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Which Washington Commanders' news stories have hit the headlines as fans continue to bask in the glory of the recent ownership change announcement?

It's been a weekend of celebration for Washington Commanders fans after official confirmation of the sale agreement between Dan Snyder and the group led by Josh Harris. It's not over the line just yet, but the exclusive deal between both parties for $6.05 billion seems like the last major hurdle before a formal vote from NFL owners.

Obviously, this is a busy time for news and at times it's been hard to keep up. Among the stories causing debate recently include Ron Rivera's message, Carson Wentz's realization, Dan Snyder's stubbornness, and how NFL owners are viewing the Josh Harris group's bid.

Let's delve into each topic in more detail.

Story No. 1

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Ron Rivera's message to Commanders rookies

It's easy to forget that first-year players have been put through their paces at the team's rookie minicamp in recent days. This is an acclimatization period and a chance for those further down the depth chart to impress before OTAs, but the message from head coach Ron Rivera via Sports Illustrated was clear.

"More than anything else is pay attention. Be very attentive, pay attention. That's probably the biggest thing because one thing a coach wants to do is he wants to make sure he feels that what he's telling the young man, he's listening to, he's hearing and he's understanding. If you're not sure, ask straight up, ask and that's all right. It just shows that you wanna make sure you know what you're doing. You wanna make sure that you know you're doing it right."

Ron Rivera via Sports Illustrated

This is sound advice not only in football but within any sort of employment. Demonstrating a willingness to learn and having the confidence to speak up in pursuit of personal progress is always a solid foundation from which to build in any profession.