- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 19, 2018

Redskins President Bruce Allen is the least-trusted executive in the NFL, according to a USA Today poll.

The newspaper polled 25 agents. An unnamed agent told the paper, “you never know if he’s shooting straight with you.” 

The Redskins were also named as the third-worst prepared team during contract negotiations, according to the poll.

Allen has been with the Redskins since 2009, first as GM before being moved to president in 2014. He is the Redskins’ chief decision-maker on football-related moves. 

Ironically, Allen was once an agent before joining the Oakland Raiders in 1995.

The Dolphins’ Mike Tannenbaum, the Broncos’ John Elway, and Bengals owner Mike Brown rounded out the list. 

The agents weighed in on a number of topics: from the team “most prepared” in free agency to the collective bargaining agreement. 

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