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Scot McCloughan, introduced as Redskins general manager on Friday, warns you “have to be careful giving up on a quarterback” in the NFL. The Redskins have three.
Exploring Scot McCloughan’s extensive NFL personnel resume, in the event the Redskins are able to land him as their next “top executive,” as they’re reportedly trying to do.
“Bruce Allen, as a general manager, is inept, and he has no business having the job,” ranted 106.7 The Fan radio host Grant Paulsen, who covered Allen and the Redskins as a beat reporter for four years.
The ultimate showdown between Jay Gruden and Redskins owner Dan Snyder is still likely on the horizon, Jason Reid says: “I think he will lose, because Dan Snyder is not ready to give up on Robert Griffin III.”
More than a decade’s effort led up to the D.C. Council’s final approval to publicly fund a new D.C. United stadium. For one co-owner of the club, Jason Levien, his joyous reaction felt like a movie moment.
John Wall has had plenty of bulletin board material to propel him to new heights this season, starting with being cut from Team USA. His goal, he says, it to “let them know they left two of the best young guys in the league off the team.”
Santana Moss talks about getting tossed from Sunday’s Redskins-Giants game, says he had no idea he’d been ejected
Forget about the draft picks you gave up to acquire Robert Griffin III — that’s in the past — Joe Theismann says, “I think you have to give him another year.”
Chris Simms defended London Fletcher for his ‘backstabbing’ remarks about his former defensive coordinator, saying, “If anybody in the NFL had it coming to them, it was Jim Haslett.”