Commanders News: Dan Snyder, K.J. Henry, Chase Young and Tom Brady

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Which Washington Commanders news stories are hitting the headlines with just four days remaining until the NFL approves the team's long-awaited sale?

Good morning, and we would like to wish you all a restful Sunday. There are just four days left until the Washington Commanders officially fall under new ownership and eight weeks until their Week 1 encounter against the Arizona Cardinals - so it's an exciting time for everyone associated with the franchise.

Among the stories causing conversation recently include K.J. Henry's selflessness, Chase Young working out with a former rival, whether Dan Snyder is the worst owner in NFL history, and the Commanders being touted as somewhere Tom Brady should avoid if he decides to unretire again.

Let's delve into each topic in more detail.

Commanders DE Chase Young works out with old foe

All eyes will be on Chase Young when the Washington Commanders descend on Ashburn for their annual training camp in the coming days. This is the most critical upcoming campaign of the defensive end's career to date - one that could shape his short and long-term future with the organization.

Young's health is the primary factor here. If the pass-rusher can stay fit, then it'll be a surprise if the numbers don't take a surge forward playing alongside three other first-round studs along Washington's defensive front.

Young has been working out for former NFC EAST rival Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry in Florida in readiness for camp. This would have been an excellent experience for the Ohio State product and some noteworthy advice was probably given along the way.