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Thu, 14 Feb 2013 12:10:27 -0800
Updating a previous report, Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said the team is optimistic that QB Robert Griffin III will be ready to start the season on time. Allen noted it would be up to the doctors how quickly Griffin would be back.
Thu, 14 Feb 2013 12:02:24 -0800
Washington Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen said QB Robert Griffin III (knee) is progressing well, and that doctors will determine the timeline for Griffin to return.
Wed, 21 Mar 2012 09:03:29 -0700
Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder, general manager Bruce Allen, head coach Mike Shanahan and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, among others, are in attendance at Baylor QB Robert Griffin III's Pro Day Wednesday, March 21.
Mon, 12 Mar 2012 06:49:34 -0700
Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said he is confident that the team can continue to build a quality squad both this year and in the future despite having sent four high draft picks to the St. Louis Rams for the rights to the second overall selection in April's NFL Draft. "I'm very confident," Allen said. "It's kind of the plan that we've been developing. We had 12 draft choices last year, we have six draft choices this year. The idea that you have 18 draft choices in two seasons, it's very comfortable. We understand that it's a heavy price, but when you bought your home, you probably wanted to pay a little less, too. But you like your home once you live in it. So, we're very comfortable."
Tue, 07 Dec 2010 09:37:35 -0800
Washington Redskins DL Albert Haynesworth told general manager Bruce Allen Monday, Dec. 6, that he would no longer speak with head coach Mike Shanahan, according to Rick Maese, of The Washington Post.
Mon, 21 Jun 2010 10:11:10 -0700
Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder said he is very happy with how head coach Mike Shanahan and general manager Bruce Allen have handled this offseason, reports FOXSports.com's Alex Marvez. "They know what they want and are working hard to go get it. I'm just enjoying myself. It's been a lot of fun for me. It's been effortless on my part. With Bruce and Mike, you have this coach and front office camaraderie that's really special. To see it is really wonderful for me," Snyder said.
Tue, 23 Feb 2010 07:53:54 -0800
Jason Reid, of The Washington Post, reports the Washington Redskins will look to improve the roster through free agency and the NFL Draft; however, more importantly, the team has been focused on trying to get more out of the current core group. "We want to evaluate our players first," general manager Bruce Allen said in a recent phone interview. "Our coaches are doing a great job of going back and watching tape of our players. And not just watching the tape from the 2009 season but every snap a player has played with the Washington Redskins. And that evaluation process is ongoing. We want to get that completed before March 1."
Tue, 05 Jan 2010 09:14:28 -0800
ESPN.com reports the last remaining obstacle to Mike Shanahan becoming head coach of the Washington Redskins is a contract, sources close to the situation told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Talks between the two sides went well enough Monday, Jan. 4, that Shanahan summoned his agent, Sandy Montag, to Washington Tuesday, Jan. 5, to negotiate a deal with the Redskins, the sources said. Montag is in Washington and is scheduled to meet with Redskins executive vice president and general manager Bruce Allen.
Sun, 03 Jan 2010 21:59:21 -0800
Jason Reid, of The Washington Post, reports Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen will meet will meet with the team's current assistants, some of whom are under contract for 2010. Some members of the coaching staff expect to be fired Monday, Jan. 4.
Thu, 17 Dec 2009 07:39:59 -0800
Updating a previous report, ESPN.com reports the Washington Redskins have hired former Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Bruce Allen as their executive vice president of football operations, sources have told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Redskins have complied with the Rooney Rule by interviewing at least two minority candidates, according to a league source.