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wile

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Apparently there has been an ongoing Congressional hearing regarding the Washington Commanders’ “workplace misconduct.” Another example of the American Idiocracy. Conducting show/faux hearings about NFL ass grabbers, while the country circles the drain.

When the feminists set their teeth into a cuck they are like sharks and won't let go, would not surprise me that once this show trial ends calls for female ownership or at least top management don't come out. But old Dan Snyder allowed them the Moral Level of conflict and hence he did it to himself. Dan would make a fine conservative of virtue and principles.
 

Bucky

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I doubt anything substantial happens to ((Snyder)). Apparently he won't even go testify and is having Gooddell speak on his behalf.
 

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Kerrigan was a beast in his own right. He kind of flew under the radar in the shadow of guys like Watt but his peers on the other side of the ball knew to fear his pass rush and skills. Sad that he's moving on but he had a fine career.

From Wikipedia:
Kerrigan played the majority of his career as an outside linebacker in the 3–4 defense, where he is the all-time NFL leader in consecutive starts by a left outside linebacker. He is also Washington's all-time leader in sacks and forced fumbles, recording 95.5 and 26 of them respectively during his 10 years with the team. Kerrigan played a single season with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2021 and retired the year after.

More on him here:
https://www.commanders.com/news/ryan-kerrigan-announces-retirement-washington-commanders
 
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Don Wassall

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Washington shelled out $34.5 million over three years for this legend:

Commanders HC Ron Rivera said there is "some concern" over Curtis Samuel's conditioning after the veteran receiver has been spotted on the sideline in practice.
Samuel was on the field last week when the Commanders opened training camp but hasn't practiced since last Friday. In addition to his conditioning concerns, Rivera noted that Samuel's "hamstrings and lower back were tight" but said the groin injury that kept him out for much of the 2021 season was not a concern. Samuel signed a three-year, $34.5 million contract with the Commanders last offseason, only to see 84 offensive snaps in five games. Samuel's injury concerns have kept his ADP suppressed for most of the offseason. In addition to his health, Samuel faces stiff target competition from Terry McLaurin and Jahan Dotson. He can be kept off the redraft radar for now.
 

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Washington signed center Nick Martin and assigned him to the practice squad.
 
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