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Will Bruce Allen being in charge of personnel work for the Redskins? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
"The control will be mine." With those five words, Bruce Allen notified us of a seismic shift in the power structure of the Washington Redskins. Mike Shanahan’s departure left a power vacuum in the personnel decisions department and Allen stepped right into it.

What does the future hold for Mike Shanahan? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Need to Know: Five things that went wrong for Shanahan’s Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this 2014 New Year’s Day, 249 days before the opening Sunday of the 2014 NFL season. Nickel coverage The Mike Shanahan era is over. Yesterday we took a look at some things that went well for the during the last four years.

What the coaching market looks like for the Redskins after O'Brien and Smith signings |

A breakdown of the coaching market and what's left for the Redskins to sort through.

Cooley on the RGIII/Shanahan divide

Redskins sign seven players to futures contracts

Redskins request permission to talk to Giants DC Fewell for coaching vacancy
It wasn’t immediately clear when that interview would take place. Redskins officials traveled to Seattle on Tuesday to interview Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and are scheduled to meet with Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott on Saturday in Charlotte. The Redskins also are expected to interview Baltimore offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell and possibly Cincinnati assistant Hue Jackson.

RG III should be focus of search - NFC East Blog - ESPN
If quarterback Robert Griffin III is smart, and I think he is, he'll stay far away from the Washington Redskins' coaching search. And I mean far away.

Redskins coaching search: Darrell Bevell by the numbers
Seattle ranked 17th in the league in total offense, averaging 339.0 yards a game. The Seahawks rank 26th in the passing department with 202.3 yards per game, but fourth in rushing with 136.8 yards per game. The Seahawks tied for eighth in scoring, averaging 26.1 points per game. Seattle turned over the ball just 19 times this season – second-fewest in the NFC and fourth-fewest in the NFL.

Art Briles says he hasn’t heard from the Redskins
Baylor Coach Art Briles said Tuesday he had not been contacted by the Washington Redskins about their vacant head coaching job. "I don’t think I’ve got a missed call from Dan Snyder, do I?" Briles told reporters as his team prepared to play in Wednesday’s Fiesta Bowl, according to the Orlando Sentinel’s account. "Okay."

Shannon Sharpe: Zero percent chance Cowher comes to D.C.

The Redskins Blog | Pierre Garcon Ends ’13 With Most Catches

The Redskins Blog | Alfred Morris, Chris Baker and Ryan Kerrigan Reflect on 2013

Theismann On Redskins Heading Into 2014
Former Washington Redskin QB-turned-analyst Joe Theismann went on ESPN's Mike & Mike in the Morning to discuss the direction of the Redskins heading into 2014.

HARRIS: Redskins need to look at VCU and Shaka Smart as a template in their search - Washington Times
The Redskins need to do what VCU did in 2009: find their Shaka Smart. They need to find a guy who knows the game and can get his players to play the game.

Shutdown Corner’s 2013 All-Pro team and NFL awards | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The NFL season started with Peyton Manning throwing a NFL record-tying seven touchdowns against the Ravens, and it ended with Philadelphia holding on to win the NFC East in a thrilling game against the Cowboys. In between, there was plenty … Continue reading →

On the Clock: NFL Mock Draft Simulator |

Updated Rankings and Draft Order!