Barry Cofield Hopes Redskins Don’t Clear House After Season

by Chuck Carroll
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Barry Cofield (credit: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

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LANDOVER, Md. (CBSDC) — Trent Williams says he hasn’t given any thought to the potential wholesale changes that looming over the Washington Redskins. Barry Cofield is flat out hoping they don’t occur after a disappoint 2013 campaign.

The question about upcoming changes were posed following the Redskins 12th loss of the season — a heartbreaking last-minute defeat by the Dallas Cowboys.

“Hopefully there’s not a lot of changes,” Cofield said. “That’s my main thought… Trying to get the job done and trying to win and trying to limit the amount of changes. If they happen, they happen. Needless to say, I’m not consulted on that kind of stuff. That’s all above my head.”

And while Williams isn’t thinking about a potentially revamped 2014 franchise, he is looking ahead to next week and the season finale against the New York Giants.

“We’ve got one game and then about a six-month layoff,” Williams said. “We want to go out on the right foot. it’s not going to be difficult to get up.”

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