The Washington Redskins, clearly in a rebuilding mode, have a few areas in need of improvement. But when NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora was asked during his Wednesday chat about what the Redskins need to do when free agency begins, he had focused on one position.
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Posted: Thursday, September 16th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: A.J. Smith, Bruce Allen, Frank Tadych, Mike Shanahan, Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins, Zygi Wilf
One result of the ruling on Vincent Jackson’s current NFL suspension is that it will likely accelerate the timeline for a potential trade.
Donovan McNabb is a unique position, entering the final year of his contract this season, his first with the Washington Redskins. One way or another, he’s due for a large payday soon.
Redskins general manager Bruce Allen was interviewed Wednesday night by Rich Eisen on NFL Total Access, and laid out why the team was interested in veteran running back Brian Westbrook, despite already having three former Pro Bowl rushers on the roster.
The reality is that a year after the Redskins included an NFL-record $41 million guaranteed in a contract for Albert Haynesworth, he might be available in a trade.
Redskins GM Bruce Allen told SIRIUS Radio Tuesday that the team has contacted the agent for former Cowboys LT Flozell Adams, according to CSN Washington.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder turned to Mike Shanahan, who won two Super Bowls in 14 seasons as the Broncos’ coach, to return championship glory to the franchise. Washington is 82-99 since Snyder bought the team and has missed the playoffs in eight of the last 11 seasons.
Redskins executive vice president/general manager Bruce Allen announced early Monday that Jim Zorn has been dismissed and will not return as the franchise’s coach in 2010.
In the middle of the overhaul of the Washington Redskins is coach Jim Zorn.
The hiring of Bruce Allen is a strong first step, but there is much more to come as the Redskins try once again to reclaim their glory and emerge from a long malaise. I continue to hear from multiple league sources that Mike Shanahan remains the most likely choice to take over as the Washington Redskins’ head coach in 2010.
The Washington Redskins have hired Bruce Allen as executive vice president/general manager, reports NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi. Earlier Thursday morning, the Redskins announced that Vinny Cerrato had resigned as the team’s VP of football operations.
Washington Redskins VP of football operations Vinny Cerrato has resigned from the team, it was announcd Thursday morning. Cerrato has been with owner Daniel Snyder since he purchased the team a decade ago, save for the 2001 season.
A round of golf with my radio partner, Tim Ryan, against former Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Bruce Allen and head coach Jon Gruden made for a competitive time. Both of those men need to be back in football as soon as possible, but for one morning, beating me and Tim took center stage.