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Latest Bruce Allen Items
The Redskins face a number of key decision on free agents this year. Tandler and Tarik discuss Josh Morgan's future with the team.
Bruce Allen said Tuesday that the Washington Redskins have begun contract talks with the representatives of three players – outside linebacker Brian Orakpo, inside linebacker Perry Riley and cornerback DeAngelo Hall – before they become free agents when the league year begins in March.
In Part II of Bruce Allen's exclusive sit down with Comcast SportsNet, the Redskins general manager says the team will look to add 20 new players to the roster in 2014.
Bruce Allen has taken on new responsibilities as general manager of the Redskins, he explains exactly what will change with Chick Hernandez in this video.
New head coach Jay Gruden joins Bruce Allen and Josh Morgan at the Pigskin Event, a local event honoring D.C's high school football standouts.
In Part I of a two-part series, Redskins GM Bruce Allen discusses a wide-range of issues that plagued the Redskins in 2013, including his belief that the team lost some of its "hunger" after making the playoffs the year before.
Redskins GM Bruce Allen acknowledged the team needed new leadership, and that's what led the team to Jay Gruden.
As the 2013 season dragged to a close for the Redskins, the drama kept ramping up. General manager Bruce Allen thinks the too much of the trouble was self-inflicted.
As Scott Campbell paced the sidelines of Ladd-Peebles Stadium for Senior Bowl practices last week, it seemed as though for him, nothing had changed. And, in a way, nothing has.