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In the midst of treatment for breast cancer, Romonda Jordan reps Brem Foundation for 'My Cause, My Cleats'
As the wife of an NFL coach, Romonda has watched her fair share of "My Cause My Cleats" games like Sunday's. For the first time ever though this year, she had her own pair of shoes painted for the occasion.
Terry McLaurin named Washington Commanders' nominee for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award
The Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award is the league's most prestigious honor and acknowledges NFL players who excel on the field and demonstrate a passion for creating a lasting positive impact beyond the game in their communities.
KJ Henry gives back to the organization that helped save his dad's life for NFL's 'My Cause, My Cleats'
Guided by the belief that a medical crisis shouldn't become a financial crisis, Help Hope Live helps patients with fundraising for a wide range of expenses, including out-of-pocket-costs for medical treatment, home health care, medical equipment and more.
Chris Paul supports AAC 'Powerful Minds' campaign for NFL's 'My Cause, My Cleats' initiative
Paul, an offensive guard drafted in 2022, has prioritized student-athlete mental health and has chosen to represent the American Athletic Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee's (SAAC) Powerful Minds campaign.
'It feels more special': Commanders celebrate, honor military community during Week 11's Salute to Service game
From the parking lots and concourses to the field and skies, FedExField was a sight to behold on Nov. 19 as the Commanders put a focus on celebrating the military community in its many forms.
Instant analysis | Turnovers doom Washington in loss to Giants
The Burgundy & Gold committed six giveaways, each more devastating than the last. And while the Giants didn't necessarily do much with them until the end, it was just enough to spoil the Commanders' chances of putting together any semblance of consistent momentum.
Practice notes | Commanders looking forward to testing improved offense against Giants defense
The Washington Commanders' last matchup with the New York Giants was one of the worst offensive outings of the season for the Burgundy & Gold. They're expecting a complete turnaround in Round 2 this weekend.
Terry McLaurin hangs out with kids, distributes holiday season items at Barry Farm Recreation Center in D.C.
The foster families and advocates are getting pretty used to seeing the face of Washington's #17 out in the community. Giving back to kids is one of his biggest passions and linking arms with CASA D.C. has become a favorite way of getting involved in events throughout the year.
Washington Commanders announce programming for the team's Salute to Service-themed game on Sunday, Nov.19, presented by Verizon
The Washington Commanders announce programming for the team's annual Salute to Service-themed game, presented by Verizon, the Official 5G Network of the Washington Commanders.
Commanders look for solutions to allowing explosive plays
The Commanders are on a frustrating trend for a defense that has habitually underperformed with stats near the bottom of the league in yards (380.9) and points (27.4). And with seven games left, there are more questions than answers as the Commanders try to salvage their season.
Practice notes | Curtis Samuel questionable for Week 10 vs. Seahawks
The Washington Commanders' receiver corps could be at full strength on Sunday when they take on the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field. Curtis Samuel, who missed last week's 20-17 victory over the New England Patriots, is questionable for Sunday's game.
Washington Commanders' community package 'last pieces of home' for deployed service members at Pack4Troops event
The Washington Commanders joined the United Service Organization (USO) and Black Rifle Coffee Company to assemble 2,000 care packages for outgoing military personnel in a Pack4Troops event on Nov. 8.
Practice notes | Jahan Dotson's back to his former self after climbing out of mid-season slump
In the three weeks since the Commanders' game against the Atlanta Falcons, during which Dotson only had one target and no receptions, Dotson has been targeted 26 times and made 17 catches for 220 yards, which is only six yards behind Terry McLaurin's production in that span.