Bruce Allen’s Walking Papers Signal Clean Slate for the Washington Redskins

by Jordy McElroy The speculation surrounding Bruce Allen’s status with Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder came to an abrupt end. After 10 long years of serving as the president and general manager of the Redskins organization, the pink slip finally came for Allen. Snyder saved the team the melodramatic ending by doing the deed on the one day deeds such as this typically get done. … Continue reading Bruce Allen’s Walking Papers Signal Clean Slate for the Washington Redskins

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Jay Gruden is Out, but the Nightmare is far from over for the Redskins

by Jordy McElroy It took a 33-7 shellacking at the hands of the New England Patriots to do what the Washington Redskins reportedly had their heart set on doing for the past week. They handed former head coach Jay Gruden his walking papers and turned the team over to former assistant/offensive line coach Bill Callahan—a temporary fix, albeit a much better one than the alternative. … Continue reading Jay Gruden is Out, but the Nightmare is far from over for the Redskins

Monday Night Meltdown should be the Last Straw for Redskins Coach Jay Gruden

by Jordy McElroy As the primetime spotlight of Monday Night Football shined directly on FedEx Field, there was no hiding the fact that Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden was clearly in over his head. Quarterback Case Keenum might have been the crash test dummy for the Chicago Bears’ vaunted defense, but Gruden was the one absorbing the kind of hits you don’t come back from. … Continue reading Monday Night Meltdown should be the Last Straw for Redskins Coach Jay Gruden