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Bruce Allen answered every question at the Senior Bowl, but he didn't say all that much | NBC Sports Washington
Bruce Allen stood in the pocket and watched as the pass rush came, but like a veteran quarterback, he avoided the pressure and sidestepped the blitz.

Bruce Allen addresses Alex Smith's recovery and the Redskins' future at quarterback | NBC Sports Washington
During his session with reporters in Mobile at the Senior Bowl, Bruce Allen gave an update on how Alex Smith is doing and looked at the team's whole situation at QB, too.

News And Notes from The 2019 Senior Bowl, Day 1
Prospects kicked off the week with media day on Tuesday while Redskins team president Bruce Allen spoke to local reporters in between practices at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.

2019 Mock Drafts: Jachai Polite To The Redskins?
In his first mock draft of the year, ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. has the Redskins taking an edge rusher in Florida's Jachai Polite.

Redskins president Bruce Allen does not expect a Reuben Foster suspension | | richmond.com
MOBILE, Ala. -- Washington Redskins team president Bruce Allen said he did not believe the NFL would suspend Reuben Foster for his role in domestic violence allegations that caused him

Bill Callahan should return as offensive line coach, answering one major question about Redskins' staff | NBC Sports Washington
Bill Callahan was thought to be one position coach who could be on the way out for the Redskins. But on Tuesday, Bruce Allen said Callahan should be back in 2019.

Bruce Allen answered every question at the Senior Bowl, but he didn't say all that much | NBC Sports Washington
Bruce Allen stood in the pocket and watched as the pass rush came, but like a veteran quarterback, he avoided the pressure and sidestepped the blitz.

Free-agent QB market thin for Washington Redskins - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins can't afford an upper-tier signal-caller, yet need a potential starting quarterback if Alex Smith isn't able to play.

Senior Bowl Day 1 South Team Practice Notes | Fanspeak.com

Sweat is one of the top prospects on either squad down at the Senior Bowl and he showed why early this morning with a very impressive weigh-in of 6’6″ 252 lbs with 35″ arms. Sweat got stopped on a couple early reps, but he got better as the practice wore on and finished the day winning a number of battles in both 1-on-1’s and full team drills. Sweat can win with both power and speed. He lacks elite bend, but overall he’s a very impressive pass rusher.

Senior Bowl Day 1 North Team Practice Notes | Fanspeak.com

Lock was the best overall QB for me today as I thought he showed the best all-around combination of arm talent, accuracy and ball placement. Lock threw the ball well on deep and intermediate routes and his passes had a noticeable zip on him. Lock did have some inconsistency with his accuracy, but some of that seemed to be from trying to be more anticipatory with his throws. Lock seemed to be attempting to lead receivers more than the other quarterbacks and didn’t always completely connect with them (not surprising because it was day one of practice).