As long as Alfred Morris and Darrel Young remain healthy, the Redskins‘ running game should as well. In fact, it’s the least of the team’s concerns.
The emotional swing set is swaying back and forth with the arrival of Jay Gruden in Washington. Listen to one caller who refuses to buy in, and his obsession with the death of Dan Snyder.
Redskins GM Bruce Allen made an impromptu call-in to the Junkies on 106.7 The Fan on Friday, and when asked some tough questions about his relationship with owner Dan Snyder, gave some candid answers, lifting the veil which shrouds the organization.
Come September, we’ll start to learn whether Gruden is the right person, more of a Turner or a Gibbs. As always with the Redskins, it will be interesting.
Robert Griffin III will be the starting quarterback for the Washington Redskins, Jay Gruden said definitively in an interview with Lavar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan, shortly after being introduced as the head coach on Thursday.
Jay Gruden, the 46-year-old first-time NFL head coach, has no plans to coddle franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III.
The Redskins will be sticking with a 3-4 defense, Jay Gruden announced in his introductory press conference at Redskins Park on Thursday.
Be sure to tune into Lavar & Dukes on 106.7 The Fan at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, as they’re joined by the newest head coach of the Washington Redskins, Jay Gruden.
London Fletcher openly wondered whether his former team was too hasty to hire Jay Gruden as successor to Mike Shanahan on Thursday.
Redskins great Joe Theismann, who owned the UFL football team for which Jay Gruden previously coached, says the new Redskins head coach has his own style, and he’s not polished, but neither is RGIII, and they’ll grow together.