Ron Rivera did not sound like a coach enjoying a comeback win after his Washington Commanders did, in fact, beat the Arizona Cardinals in front of a sellout cro
It wasn't just new ownership and a narrow win that made Commanders fans happier than in the past at FedExField Sunday, but new traffic changes also helped.
The Washington Commanders' sold-out home opener against the Arizona Cardinals at FedEx Field did not end without controversy Sunday afternoon.
With the Washington Commanders entering a new era with a new ownership group, fans are expected to pack FedEx Field all season long.
Washington's defense came up big and the Commanders won the season opener against Arizona, 20-16 as the Josh Harris era begins.
On Friday, just in time for the team's season opener, 7News' Scott Abraham spoke with Harris about the upcoming season, a new stadium site and the team's name.
Friday night marked a turning point for Washington Commanders fans when the team hosted a season-opening fan pep rally at Franklin Park in Northwest D.C.
Not only is the Commanders game against the Cardinals the first of the new season, but also the first under the team's new ownership.