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Commanders honor decades of history during Alumni Homecoming
Legends Plaza at FedExField lived up to its name in a unique way during Week 3 as Washington alumni spanning six decades gathered at the stadium for a fun tailgate with family and fans ahead of kickoff.
Commanders host Digital Pioneers Academy as the school gears up for its inaugural football season
The school prioritizes students as scholars and educates them about accountability, ownership, growth, optimism and empathy. Fostering these attributes while focusing on a future of innovation sets DPA apart from other local schools.
Commanders recognize 'inspiration' of Ben's Chili Bowl at restaurant's 65th birthday celebration
A special kind of block party took over U Street in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 22 as the iconic Ben’s Chili Bowl celebrated its 65th anniversary.
Commanders' Salute Day delivers connection, dose of fun to members of the military community
Building on last year’s edition, this summer’s Salute Day featured a larger military presence, representatives and family members from a dozen nonprofits, a strong turnout from the Washington Salute program and a number of initiatives to ensure the military community in attendance felt celebrated.
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Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation launches collaboration with Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
Hogfarmers warrior Kennedy Keene celebrates end of leukemia treatment with visit to Commanders practice
Off the field
A Commanders gameday in the life of Tony P, a 25-year-old bachelor in D.C.
With the help of SeatGeek and the Commanders, Tony P had a fun Sunday filled with plenty of memorable moments, including hang outs with fans and alumni and time spent on the sidelines before kickoff.
Doug Williams honored with 'Icon of D.C.' award by American University
The "Icon of D.C." award is presented annually to recognize someone who has profoundly impacted the area and embodies important lessons for college students. And this year, Williams was chosen not just for his ability to play football, but for his undying efforts of giving Black athletes voices and the continuing work he maintains to bring more diversity to the NFL's front office.
McLaurin's birthday celebration with DMV youth allows him to be 'just Terry'
This year's event provided a unique opportunity for youth in the DMV. CASA DC works diligently to provide advocacy and mentorship to court-involved youth, primarily with foster children and juvenile justice.
Commanders' athletic training staff relies on hard work, adaptability and camaraderie to rise to preseason occasion
To ensure they are able to provide the best care to the team throughout these intense weeks, constantly keeping their heads on a swivel, working hard and leaning on the camaraderie they have developed within the department is vital.