DC Sports Huddle: Has the Commanders’ culture really changed?

August 11, 2022

Washington Commanders safety Jeremy Reaves jokingly tries to hid from the media behind a bush as he walks to practice at the team's NFL football training facility, Thursday, Aug. 11, 2022, in Ashburn, Va. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

The Washington Commanders enter the preseason opener days after a Richmond-Times Dispatch report that the team’s culture has improved exponentially since the allegations of a toxic workplace environment under owner Dan Snyder. Is it finally safe for long-suffering fans of the Burgundy and Gold to trust the team’s current direction?

Also inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor: the WTOP Sports team previews Washington’s preseason opener against Carolina. Hear why Saturday’s game could call to mind the famous Osaka game 20 years ago!

Huddle up with WTOP Senior Sports Director Dave Johnson, Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

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