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Latest Bruce Allen Items
In a Richmond radio interview, Redskins GM Bruce Allen reflects on the decision to play Robert Griffin III in the first week of the 2013 season as "disrespectful" to the game of football.
Allen has become the most powerful person owner Daniel Snyder has ever employed since he purchased the team in 1999. He arrived here in the final weeks of the 2009 debacle, the valet for soon-to-be-hired head coach and executive vice president Mike Shanahan, and now rules over everything Redskins.
Need to Know: Following a 3-13 season and a coaching chance the Redskins will have a substantial amount of roster turnover meaning there will be surprises.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III says "there are no ulterior motives" standing in the team's way this season.
The general manager of the Super Bowl champion Seahawks, John Schneider, was once in the Redskins' front office — as were others on his Super Bowl-winning staff. Did the Redskins repeat the same mistake when they let Morocco Brown leave for Cleveland?
The Redskins made one important name change over the Memorial Day holiday weekend -- Bruce Allen went from vice president to president. What does it mean?
Allen, 57, was originally hired as the team's Executive Vice President/General Manager on Dec. 17, 2009 after a five-year stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and eight years with the Oakland Raiders.
Bruce Allen is now officially upgraded to president and general manager of the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins have promoted Bruce Allen to president and general manager of the team.