Scot McCloughan has final say over the Redskins roster, Bruce Allen reaffirms: “Dan [Snyder] doesn’t get involved.”
With NFL free agency fast approaching, “no one has called” the Redskins about possibly acquiring Kirk Cousins, Bruce Allen says.
The Washington Redskins have finalized a deal to make Scot McCloughan their general manager, 106.7 The Fan’s Brian McNally has confirmed.
Reporters and analysts around the NFL came to a common conclusion about the Redskins hiring Scot McCloughan as their new GM: It’s a ‘coup.’
The Redskins are finalizing contract negotiations with former NFL executive Scot McCloughan to become the organization’s new general manager, according to a team source.
After 16 seasons of ineptitude under owner Dan Snyder, there’s only one solution left for Redskins fans, The Junkies say: Revolt!
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.
The Redskins have reportedly reached out to former Seahawks and 49ers personnel executive Scot McCloughan about “being a top executive for them,” according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
According to an ESPN report, the Redskins plan to offer senior executive A.J. Smith an expanded role in the front office this month.
The Redskins’ 4-12 season was “not acceptable,” team President and General Manager Bruce Allen says, taking full responsibility for the organization’s failures.