Commanders News: Sam Howell, Terry McLaurin, Brian Davis and Armani Rogers

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Which Washington Commanders' news stories are hitting the headlines with conflicting reports about the sale still at the forefront of fans' minds?

We hope you are all enjoying some much-needed rest and relaxation during this Memorial Day Weekend. For the Washington Commanders staff and players, it's another period of slight reflection after the early offseason workouts before returning to the facility next week.

Keeping up with the headlines might not be the first port of call this weekend, but we've got you covered. Among the topics generating column inches include Brian Davis' lawsuit taking an expected turn, Terry McLaurin's evolving leadership, Ron Rivera providing more insight on the injury suffered by Armani Rogers, and a former Commanders star giving his thoughts on Sam Howell.

Let's delve into each topic in more detail.

Commanders bid lawsuit comes under scrutiny

Not many took Brian Davis' bid to purchase the Washington Commanders seriously. Everything seems to be moving according to plan with the Josh Harris group despite reports to the contrary this week, so it would be surprising to see anything dramatic deviating the course at this juncture.

Davis has filed a lawsuit against Bank of America regarding his quest for the Commanders. This stems from documents that center on a $5.1 billion transaction that was not made known to Dan Snyder before he signed an exclusive agreement with Harris.

After initially seeking $500 billion in damages, the sum is now down to $990,000 according to A.J. Perez of Front Office Sports. Bank of America also questioned the legitimacy of the documents per attorney Daniel Wallach via Pro Football Talk.

"The documents we have in our possession raise considerable concerns about their genuineness. The documents look fictitious."

Daniel Wallach via Pro Football Talk

This whole situation is laughable. But if the documents have been falsified, that is a far more serious matter.