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Latest Bruce Allen Items
The best pass-catching tight end in Washington Redskins history shuffled down the steps and out the backdoor of Redskins Park on Tuesday afternoon. Instead of heading to the right and on down to the practice fields, as he did so many times over eight memorable seasons, he made a left.
Maybe Dezmon Briscoe will turn out to be another Ramzee Robinson. Remember him? (It's OK if you don't.) Robinson was a cornerback — a former Mr. Irrelevant, no less — who was claimed off waivers by the Washington Redskins in 2010, Mike Shanahan's first season as coach.
It's no secret that U.S. Senate candidate George Allen likes to sprinkle in sports metaphors while on the stump. One can hardly blame him: His father and namesake never had a losing season when he coached the then-Los Angeles Rams and Washington Redskins, and his brother Bruce Allen is the Redskins' general manager.
The Washington Redskins disputed the NFL's $36 million salary cap penalty against them during an arbitration hearing Tuesday in Philadelphia.
The Washington Redskins have encouraged Jabar Gaffney to seek a trade and continue his career elsewhere, the veteran receiver told several media outlets Wednesday.
Welcome to April, where March Madness spills over into the NFL's own form of insanity: the walk-up to the college draft.
The Washington Redskins' salary cap situation, weakened by an $18 million penalty for 2012, has affected their ability to sign free agents this offseason, coach Mike Shanahan intimated Wednesday.
General manager Bruce Allen and other top members of the Washington Redskins' organization appear determined to fight their $36 million salary-cap penalty in private.
The Washington Redskins have sought arbitration to dispute the $36 million salary cap penalty the NFL and players union recently agreed to impose against them.