Dan Snyder Preparing To Make Big Move For Redskins
Dan Snyder is preparing to make a big move for the Redskins.
Snyder, the much-maligned owner of arguably D.C.’s worst sports franchise, seems to realize that major changes need to be made across the organization.
Thus far this year the Redskins have already fired head coach Jay Gruden and bumped up rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins to starter, but that has not done much in the way of garnering results.
Despite winning their Thanksgiving Day game against the injury-plagued Detroit Lions, the Redskins are still only 2-9 on the season.
In a new report, NFL Network analyst Mike Garafolo reported that “for the first time I’m really feeling like the Redskins are evaluating Bruce Allen’s role moving forward.”
Bruce Allen is being evaluated as #Redskins owner Dan Snyder looks at everything. Pretty noteworthy https://t.co/hO6f6tD8vo
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 30, 2019
Will Snyder ultimately get rid of Allen and start anew?
It is impossible to say for certain.
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