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Daily Slop: Redskins make major changes in business operations; Should Jay Gruden be fired?

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For 6 weeks the Redskins have been a circus, so what happens next? | NBC Sports Washington
In a little over a month, the Redskins have repeatedly made headlines, and not in the good way. The questions are mounting for the Redskins. The answers are hard to find.

Josh Norman viewed Taylor Lewan's postgame behavior as 'maximum disrespect' | NBC Sports Washington
Josh Norman didn't speak to the media after the Titans game, so his first chance to respond to the Taylor Lewan incident came on Wednesday. Turns out, the corner is still heated about the whole thing.

Redskins make major changes in business operations, Brian Lafemina out | NBC Sports Washington
Just months after recruiting a new team to lead their business operations, the Redskins have overhauled that roster.

For Redskins, sending a message trumped prepping for the future | NBC Sports Washington
Let’s accept that the Washington Redskins were set to move on from D.J. Swearinger. The curiosity is why now.

Swearinger can be Cardinals' Pro Bowler without playing for them | 106.7 The Fan
Most of the week is consumed with interviews, and Swearinger fears no microphone.

Craig Hoffman sounds off on Brian Lafemina, Redskins firings | 106.7 The Fan
Craig Hoffman, who broke the news four Redskins business executives had left the organization, discussed the story on The Sports Junkies Thusday.

Struggling Redskins shake up business operations
About seven months after hiring new business executives, the Redskins fired them in a shakeup of the business office.

Should the Redskins fire head coach Jay Gruden? - The Washington Post
The coach can at least hold the franchise together during a transition year in 2019.

Redskins ousted DJ Swearinger, Brian Lafemina. Why? Honesty. - The Washington Post
Under the reign of Daniel Snyder, only the yes men survive — and their tools include broken promises and deceit.