Washington Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen says he doesn’t see a controversy between quarterback Robert Griffin III and coach Mike Shanahan.
Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said Thursday the team isn’t considering a new nickname, adding that it’s “ludicrous” to suggest that the franchise is trying to upset Native Americans.
As of Friday afternoon, Chris Cooley wasn’t aware that he would be meeting with the Washington Redskins in the coming days.
Tens of thousands are expected to make the trek to Ashburn Saturday for the Washington Redskins annual Fan Appreciation Day, where they’ll watch the team practice, take pictures and receive autographs to their hearts’ content. Along with that comes traffic, extreme heat, and screaming children. Just save yourself the trouble. Go another day.
Govenor McDonnell Announces Washington Redskins Will Keep Virginia Home But Move Training Camp To Richmond
In a huge financial windfall for the Commonwealth of Virginia, Governor Bob McDonnell announced Wednesday that the Washington Redskins will retain its headquarters in Ashburn but move Training Camp to the capital in Richmond starting in 2013.
The Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys have had their appeals heard on the NFL’s reductions to their salary caps.
Robert Griffin III was in town this week . . . I love this guy.
Skins GM Bruce Allen addresses Cooley trade rumors, this year’s free agency strategy and the QB position battle.
Jones covers Allen’s comments on Free Agency and gives us his thoughts on the Skins.
The Redskins’ draft history isn’t pretty over the past four years. If the team hopes to turn the corner in 2011, this week’s draft has got to be better.