“I am really disappointed,” say fans in response to Ron Rivera leaving Commanders

You will be humiliated by “Ron Rivera” “.”

Many NFL fans are curious about Ron Rivera’s future course of action.
WASHINGTON Ron Rivera has left the Washington Commanders, which is significant news for them to announce on Black Monday. The head coach of the team has been the coach for four seasons.
The team initially verified the news with WUSA9 before releasing it on social media with a statement from Commanders managing partner Josh Harris.
The statement concluded with remarks about how this is an important offseason for the team and how they continue to be inspired and motivated by the way the fans have responded since the new ownership. The fans are still vocal about the team that finished the regular season with a 4-13 record. In an X, formerly known as Twitter, post, one fan stated that Rivera came to the DMV and took on the team that “no one was really checking for.” “As we look ahead, we recognize the results this season were not good enough and a strategic shift in leadership and approach is necessary,” it said.

Ron Rivera released as Commanders Head Coach

In addition to Commanders fans reacting, Carolina Panthers fans — who know Riverboat Ron for his nine seasons as head coach with the team — have also had plenty to say Monday. A Charlotte Hornets Reddit account is already calling for a Rivera return.

Some fans of other teams are also asking for Rivera to be given another chance in the NFL. One Philly fan said they want to see him as the next defensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles.

However, a number of individuals are placing wagers that, given his relationship to the team from his playing days, Rivera would be selected by the Chicago Bears as his next coaching assignment. In fact, one Bears supporter called him a “outstanding” coach.

Of course, given the way this season played out, many commenters have weighed in to say they aren’t surprised by Josh Harris’ decision.

“Duh in 4 season[s] only made the playoff once with a 7-9 record,” one commenter said. “In 4 seasons never had an above . 500 record. Missed playoffs three straight years, 1 win against the Cowboys in the last three years — It’s time.”

Another person commented that the news happened so close to Rivera’s birthday, Dec. 7, which happened to be the day the team lost to the Dallas Cowboys 38-10, marking his final game as head coach in D.C.

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