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PHOTOS | 2021 Washington Winter Wonderland
The Washington Football Charitable Foundation hosted 200 elementary school students from District of Columbia Public Schools and Prince George's County Public Schools at FedExField for a day filled with holiday fun and lots of surprises! Students received lunch thanks to Paisano's Pizza and were served by Washington Football Team Special Guests in attendance. After lunch, students were divided into small groups where they rotated through four holiday activity stations including face painting, photo booths, cookie decorating, and a locker room surprise where children received personalized gifts. (Photos by Karlee Sell and Joe Noyes/Washington Football Team)
PHOTOS | Terry McLaurin's birthday bash
Check out Terry McLaurin's second annual birthday celebration at FedExField in a partnership with Safeway.
PHOTOS | Commanders celebrate Capital Pride
On June 10th and 11th, employees from across the organization repped the Burgundy & Gold at D.C.'s Pride Parade and Festival.
PHOTOS | Washington Commanders announce support for Digital Pioneers Academy
On Wednesday, June 14, the Washington Commanders announced a $75,000 donation to Digital Pioneers Academy to assist in the launch of its first-ever football program. Commanders President Jason Wright, Commanders players Saahdiq Charles, Kamren Curl, Jarrett Patterson, and Darrick Forest and Commanders Director of Alumni Engagement joined a student assembly on the Digital Pioneers Academy's last day of school.
Digital Pioneers Academy is a public charter school operating two campuses in the District of Columbia seeking fundraising support for the launch of its football program, expected to begin in the fall. The Commanders are proud to support this effort, particularly as the Digital Pioneers Academy community recovers from the recent loss of two students to gun violence.
PHOTOS | Introducing Washington's newest team dog, Goldie
Goldie is the Commanders' second Team Dog following in the footsteps of Mando, who joined the team for the 2022 NFL season. Mando's tenure with the Commanders included visits to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Capitol Hill, and attendance at home games before going on to serve as a Service Dog for a veteran through K9s For Warriors.
PHOTOS | Washington Salute Player Base Visit and Orientation Flight: First Helicopter Squadron, Joint Base Andrews
Select Washington Commanders players and Assistant Running Backs Coach Jennifer King joined the 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews to take an orientation flight around the DMV. Coach King and players enjoyed sights including Downtown DC, FedExField, the Pentagon and the OrthoVirginia Training Center at Commanders Park. (Photos by Emilee Fails/Washington Commanders)
PHOTOS | 2023 Member Day at Busch Gardens
On Saturday, May 6, Commanders season ticket members enjoyed a day of fun with Washington alumni at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, VA. (Photos by Joe Noyes/Washington Commanders)
PHOTOS | Commanders tour the Pentagon
On Wednesday, April 26, select Washington Commanders players Alex Akingbulu, Alex Erickson, Christian Holmes, Aaron Monteiro, Chris Paul, Keaton Sutherland, Casey Toohill, and Jonathan Williams, Command Force Veterans and Team Captains Crysten and Ashley, and Major Tuddy took a tour of the Pentagon. Throughout the afternoon, participants had the opportunity to connect with Senior Military Leadership and Military guests at the Pentagon, as well as sign autographs and distribute Commanders branded Salute to Service pennants. (Photos by Emilee Fails/Washington Commanders)
PHOTOS | Ron Rivera honored at WWI Memorial
Washington Commanders head coach Ron Rivera received the Salute to Service Award, presented by USAA, while Taps was played at the World War I Memorial in honor of his father Eugenio Rivera, 32-year Warrant Officer in the U.S. Army and Vietnam Veteran.
PHOTOS | WOW Sip and Shop Event at Kendra Scott
The Women of Washington (WOW) hosted a "Sip and Shop" event for women in the DMV that included a color bar, jewelry and more. Check out the best photos from the day. (Kourtney Carroll/Washington Commanders)
PHOTOS | Team dog Mando has un-fur-gettable season with Commanders
From hospital visits to gamedays, Mando delivered smiles to thousands this past year, and no matter the occasion, he just couldn't keep pup-arazzi away (I mean, can you blame them?). Throughout his stint with Washington, the black Labrador retriever was in training with K9s For Warriors to become a service dog. Recently, he was paired with a veteran suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma.
PHOTOS | Select-A-Seat Event
New and existing Commanders' season ticket members had the opportunity to view FedExField's best available seating options and hand-select their seats for the 2023 season. The event also offered STMs the opportunity to tour the team locker room, meet Washington alumni, take photos with Major Tuddy and more. (Photos by Emilee Fails and Kourtney Carroll/Washington Commanders)
PHOTOS | NFL Flag Championships Tournament at Pro Bowl
The NFL hosted the largest to-date NFL FLAG Championship tournament at the 2023 Pro Bowl Games. Over 200 teams competed for the Championship title in their respected age divisions, ranging from 8-17 years old with over 2,100 players. The tournament consisted of pool play and a single elimination tournament. The games started on Friday, February 3rd at Heritage Park and concluded with Championship game play on Sunday, February 5th.
The 11 divisional winners of the NFL FLAG Commanders Regional Tournament hosted at RFK Stadium advanced to the Championships at Pro Bowl Games. The teams include: 8u- SYC, 8uRec- Avengers,10u- Lower Makefield Falcons, 10u Rec DC Heat, 12u Virginia Xtreme, 12u Rec Pittsburgh Elite, 14u JTF, 10u girls NY Playmakers, 12u girls Athena Athletics, 14u girls- THT, 17u girls LFFL 507 Devils.
As part of the Pro Bowl Games celebrations, the Commanders hosted a dinner Friday night for the 11 teams representing the Commanders at MGM Grand. Commanders' player Jeremy Reaves made an appearance as a special guest at the NFL FLAG tournament Friday February 3 at Heritage Park, the Commanders dinner Friday night at MGM, and the 17u girls LFFL 507 Devils championship game at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday morning. Photos by Emilee Fails/Washington Commanders