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Martin Mayhew responds to criticism over Commanders’ drafting strategy

The NFL Draft is over, and by all accounts the Washington Commanders are thrilled with their performance. While every team expresses similar confidence, Ron Rivera and Martin Mayhew clearly think this roster is ready to compete. That would certainly explain why the head coach and general manager reached on prospects...
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'We Got More Physical': Commanders GM Martin Mayhew Rolls Toughness Onto Roster

"I think we got more physical," Mayhew continued while head coach Ron Rivera nodded in firm agreement beside him. Seeking toughness and the establishment of a more physical roster, the Commanders' brain trust targeted the Alabama Crimson Tide football program drafting defensive tackle Phidarian Mathis and running back Brian Robinson Jr.
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Martin Mayhew foreshadows draft trades for Commanders

Acquiring more picks in the NFL Draft is like acquiring more beachfront property: It's something everyone's interested in. That's why, when Commanders General Manager Martin Mayhew explained Monday that he'd like his team to land additional assets for the upcoming edition of the league's premier offseason event, it wasn't particularly shocking.
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How Did the Commanders Decide on Carson Wentz? GM Martin Mayhew Explains

GM Martin Mayhew explains how Commanders decided on Wentz originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. It's been 10 days since Carson Wentz was officially introduced as the Commanders' new quarterback. But besides a brief scrum with head coach Ron Rivera following Wentz's introductory press conference, there's been little detail about the process of how Washington ended up trading for the 29-year-old.
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Martin Mayhew Rejects Notion That Washington Is a Place Players Want to Avoid

Mayhew rejects idea that NFL players want to avoid Washington originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. When Russell Wilson waived his no-trade clause earlier this month so he could be sent to the Broncos shortly after the Commanders made an offer for Wilson but got turned down, it was viewed by some as an indictment of Washington. Wilson's name was also added to a list that included the likes of Matt Stafford and Amari Cooper, other veterans that Ron Rivera's club simply couldn't land.
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GM Martin Mayhew explains how Commanders decided on Wentz

It's been 10 days since Carson Wentz was officially introduced as the Commanders' new quarterback. But besides a brief scrum with head coach Ron Rivera following Wentz's introductory press conference, there's been little detail about the process of how Washington ended up trading for the 29-year-old. On Monday at the...
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