Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen are laughing at the fans who thought posting #FireBruceAllen a million times on social media would do a damn thing. They do not care about dwindling interest and growing apathy from a surprisingly loyal fanbase. Snyder has been bleeding fans dry for 20 years now, and still has no idea how to run a professional football organization.
.@SheehanPodcast: "From a source, Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen are very aware of the #FireBruceAllen movement, and they don't really care. For now, anyway, it looks like Bruce Allen is staying in the organization, and in the same role."— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) January 11, 2019
“There was never any question about this,” Tony Wylie, the team’s senior vice president for communications said Friday when asked about Allen’s status. “Of course he’s coming back.”— Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) January 11, 2019
Allen, originally hired late in the 2009 season to be a general manager for soon-to-be-hired Mike Shanahan, took over all operations of the franchise after Shanahan left following the 2013 season. In his time with the Redskins, Allen’s teams went to the playoffs two times — both first-round losses — and were 59-84-1.