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Latest Bruce Allen Items
The Washington Redskins suggest senators who are trying to force a team name change fail to recognize that team name is unifying, not divisive.
Redskins' GM Bruce Allen responded Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Majority Leader of the Senate, after Reid and 49 other Democratic senators issued a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell calling for the league to pressure the Redskins to change their name.
The departure of Morocco Brown from the Redskins organization was probably a done deal when Bruce Allen got personnel control in January.
Multiple reports now say that the Redskins did get a call with an offer for Kirk Cousins but they turned it down.
A report today said that the Redskins and Browns talked about a Kirk Cousins trade around the time of the draft, something that Allen earlier said did not happen.
There were reports that the Redskins were working on a Kirk Cousins trade during the draft but Bruce Allen says there were not calls made.
Without a first-round selection thanks to the trade for quarterback Robert Griffin III two years ago, Washington may not even get an immediate starter out of this year's group.
The Redskins will be on the clock soon. Who will end up being the newest Redskin? Tandler and Tarik look at a few possibilities including some possible surprises.
After a very eventful first round of the NFL Draft Thursday night, the Redskins sit in a strong position at pick No. 34, with many top prospects still available.