Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan was back in his element the past two weeks.
The Redskins want a quarterback. They need a quarterback. If that player is on the roster already then that is for the best, but he might not be.
As new Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan settles into his new role with the organization, the inevitable question looms: How long will it take him to build his team into a playoff contender?
It is a question asked for months, even years: Would Redskins owner Dan Snyder ever hire a general manager with experience in building rosters through the draft?
Scot McCloughan looked relaxed as he munched on a slice of pizza during an informal chat with local reporters on Friday.
The Redskins have hired former San Francisco 49ers executive Scot McCloughan as their new general manager. It’s a move drawing raves around the NFL given McCloughan’s history with San Francisco and Seattle – two franchises that have reached the Super Bowl a combined three times since 2006. The Seahawks won it last season with McCloughan as a senior personnel executive to general manager John Schneider. What does this mean for the Redskins?
The uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position will not be solved any time soon, according to Redskins coach Jay Gruden.
After a 4-12 season, major questions – from QB, to defensive coordinator, to general manager — loom over the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins will have linebacker Keenan Robinson and offensive tackle Trent Williams available for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III made it through a full practice on Friday and is expected to start in the season finale Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.