Redskins Evaluating Bruce Allen’s Future With Team?


NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo stresses that “everything” is up for evaluation for the Redskins at the conclusion of this year — including the status of team president Bruce Allen.

Allen has been practically untouchable during his time with the Redskins, but Garafolo says Redskins owner Dan Snyder understands something needs to change, as the team has hit what appears to be rock bottom.

Washington is 2-9 and fired HC Jay Gruden just a few weeks into this season. Ticket prices have bottomed out and Garafolo says any social media post the team makes is met with consistent vitriol. 

Allen assumed more control of the business side of the franchise earlier this year, but his status with the team moving forward could be in question. Garafolo says for what feels like the first time, Washington will evaluate Allen’s role with the organization. 

Allen worked for the Raiders from 1995 to 2002 before joining the Buccaneers for the 2003 season. The Redskins hired Allen as their GM back in 2009 and later promoted him to president in 2014.

During his time with the Redskins, the team has produced a record of 44-79 (41.1), which includes one playoff appearance.

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