Following Chase Young’s remarks about the San Francisco 49ers being “winners,” Washington Commanders coach Ron Rivera stands by his club.
Chase Young, the 49ers’ newest addition, made a slight jab at his old team this week. Just before the trade deadline, Young was moved by the Washington Commanders to the 49ers. Young noticed the difference in his new team after ten days of joining.
Young stated, according to NBC Sports Bay Area, “just stepping in here today, got in here last week.” The culture alone is very different, as is the atmosphere. I am undoubtedly aware that I am in a winning building.
Coach Ron Rivera of the Commanders defended his club and their approach in the wake of Young’s remarks.
“I think the most important thing is that, personally, I’m enthusiastic about our football team. Rivera remarked, “I enjoy what we’re doing. “I think the way we’re going is good. Culturally, I believe it to be a really strong area.
We continue to develop and learn. Our young quarterback is developing and learning for the team. If things keep going in the correct path, I do believe that, for the most part, the future is really bright for us. With regard to Chase and his remarks, I genuinely value who he is and has been for us. Did a few kind things and wished him well in San Francisco, according to NFL.com’s Nick Shook.
In three of the previous four years, the 49ers, led by Chase Young, have advanced to the NFC title game. He will join one of the top defensive lines and has racked up five sacks so far this season. What’s more, he’ll have a real chance to help San Francisco make a deep postseason run.
Washington is trying to turn the franchise around now that Josh Harris is the owner after finally firing Dan Snyder, even though they haven’t been as successful as the 49ers in recent years. The Commanders are generally moving in a better direction, but Ron Rivera is under fire and many people think he won’t be involved in this transition going ahead.