Commanders News: Josh Harris, Dan Snyder, Sam Howell and Ron Rivera

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Which Washington Commanders news stories are making the headlines as further talks were held to discuss the pending sale by Dan Snyder for $6.05 billion?

As the Washington Commanders gear up for their first official day of collective OTAs on Tuesday, attention was also on the latest batch of NFL owners' meetings. Votes were cast about rule changes and the controversial Thursday Night Football flex, but the pending sale agreement between Dan Snyder and the ownership group led by Josh Harris was also a prominent topic of discussion.

Among the stories causing waves recently include Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay on Harris' credentials, Sam Howell receiving praise ahead of OTAs, Ron Rivera's last chance, and Jerry Jones taking one final swipe at Snyder.

Let's delve into each topic in more detail.

Jerry Jones takes one last shot at outgoing Commanders owner

As the NFL gets set to bid a not-so-fond farewell to Dan Snyder after his cataclysmic spell as Washington Commanders owner, Jerry Jones couldn't resist one final swipe. This related specifically to his previous comments about knowing what would be revealed in the Mary Jo White report relating to a toxic workplace environment.

The billionaire doubled down when probed about the findings at the NFL's spring owners' meetings. And in just a few short words, Jones made his feelings about the way Snyder ran things in Washington well-known via Darren M. Hayes of WUSA 9.

"I do know how the club was operated, period."

Jerry Jones via Darren M. Hayes

Jones isn't alone in knowing how the Commanders were operating when Snyder held absolute power. Thankfully, this will become a thing of the past shortly, but whether the report becomes public knowledge is the bigger question right now.