A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Commanders on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Football Team.
The reports and deals expressed in this article have not been confirmed by Washington, nor do they reflect any insider information from anyone in the front office.
-- The Washington Post's Scott Allen writes that the Commanders' marching band will have a new look and sound.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Peter Hailey writes that there is growing optimism for Curtis Samuel.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Ethan Cadeaux looks at whether the Commanders should add to their secondary.
-- USA Today's Ivan Lambert writes about the Commanders' nine home matchups.
-- The Washington Post's Nicki Jhabvala writes about Ron Rivera receiving the George Halas Award from PFWA.
-- The Washington Time's Matthew Paras takes a look at how the Commanders stack up in the NFC East after the draft.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Ethan Cadeaux writes about Brian Robinson looking for guidance from Najee Harris.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Peter Hailey looks at how players reacts to the Commanders' new helmets.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Peter Hailey also writes about Jack Del Rio commending Cole Holcomb.
-- The Athletic's Ben Standig talks to UDFA Stephen Davis Jr. about trying to make the Commanders' roster.
-- The Washington Post's Sam Fortier writes about Percy Butler being excited to get to work for the Commanders.
-- The Washington Post's Sam Fortier also writes about the Commanders still looking to address needs after the draft.
-- The Washington Time's Matthew Paras look at the Commanders wanting to get deeper at the linebacker position.
-- ESPN's John Keim writes that the Commanders are bringing back their marching band.
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