2022-23 Washington Commanders Roster and Current Players

Here are some common questions and answers about the Washington Commanders‘ today’s game’s current passing, rushing, receiving, defense, kicking, who kick returns, punting, and punt returns you need to know.

How many players are on the Washington Commanders team?

Falcons will start with 11 players on the field of a 53-man roster where 46 players of them can dress out for the professional game and the team can change their players during the break in the game.

How many divisions do the Washington Commanders have?

The Washington team has three units that are divided into the

  1. Offense: It is made up of the quarterback, running back, fullback, wide receivers, tight ends, and offensive line.
  2. Defense: It is made up of the defensive line, linebackers, safeties, and cornerbacks.
  3. Special Teams: It is made up of kickers, returners, long snappers, jammers, and gunners.

How do the Washington Commanders choose their jersey first?

If Washington plays at their home game they will choose their jersey first.

How Washington will take the coin first?

When the team visits the opponent’s home field, they will get choice the coin first.

The Washington Commanders have already announced their seventy players in the 2022-23 regular season and must cut them to a 53-man permanent roster before the start of the regular season.

2022-23 Washington Commanders Rosters


4Taylor HeinickeQB6-1210295Old Dominion
14Sam HowellQB6-122022RNorth Carolina
40Alex ArmahRB6-2255285West Georgia
24Antonio GibsonRB6-2220243Memphis
8Brian Robinson Jr.RB6-122523RAlabama
41Jonathan WilliamsRB6-0217286Arkansas
2Dyami BrownWR6-0195232North Carolina
1Jahan DotsonWR5-1118222RPenn State
17Terry McLaurinWR6-0210274Ohio State
10Curtis SamuelWR5-11195266Ohio State
89Cam SimsWR6-5220265Alabama
87John BatesTE6-6259252Boise St.
82Logan ThomasTE6-6250318Virginia Tech
85Cole TurnerTE6-624022RNevada
72Nick MartinC6-4295297Notre Dame
72Charles Leno Jr.OT6-3302319Boise St.
78Cornelius LucasOT6-8328318Kansas State
77Saahdiq CharlesOG6-4321233LSU
68Andrew NorwellOG6-6310319Ohio State
75Chris PaulOG6-432424RTulsa
71Wes SchweitzerOG6-4300297San Jose St.


97Efe ObadaDE6-6265305Lambeth College
96James Smith-WilliamsDE6-3265253NC State
58Shaka ToneyDE6-2238242Penn State
95Casey ToohillDE6-5254263Stanford
93Jonathan AllenDT6-3300276Alabama
94Daron PayneDT6-3320255Alabama
91John RidgewayDT6-532123RArkansas
92Daniel WiseDT6-3285262Kansas
51David MayoOLB6-2240298Texas St.
59Jon BosticILB6-12453110Florida
52Jamin DavisLB6-4234242Kentucky
46Milo EiflerLB6-2225241Illinois
47Nate GerryLB6-2230275Nebraska
45De’Jon HarrisLB6-0213251Arkansas
47Khaleke HudsonLB6-0220253Michigan
29Kendall FullerCB5-11198277Virginia Tech
34Christian HolmesCB6-120525ROklahoma State
37Rachad WildgooseCB5-10191222Wisconsin
36Danny JohnsonDB5-9181275Southern U.
39Jeremy ReavesDB5-11200263South Alabama
35Percy ButlerSAF6-019122RLouisiana Coll.
20Bobby McCainFS5-9196298Memphis
31Kamren CurlSS6-2198233Arkansas
22Darrick ForrestSS6-0200232Cincinnati

Special Teams

6Joey SlyeK5-11213264Virginia Tech
5Tress WayP6-1220329Oklahoma
54Camaron CheesemanLS6-4237242Michigan


15Dax MilneWR6-1190232BYU
69Tyler LarsenC6-4325317Utah St.
76Samuel CosmiOT6-6309232Texas
53Trai TurnerOG6-3320299LSU
90Montez SweatDE6-6262264Miss. State
99Chase YoungDE6-5264233Ohio State
25Benjamin St-JusteCB6-3200252Minnesota

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