As of early Wednesday morning, this deal wasn’t yet complete. But here are some thoughts bouncing around in my head regarding this potential move
Washington may have a new front-office leader, and he comes with both a sterling reputation for talent evaluation and a history of personal problems.
The move would change the structure of a front office that hasn't performed well in acquiring top talent as of late.
The Redskins president and general manager did not specify any moves he plans to make in the personnel department or front office.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden has two meetings set up with his bosses this week, and then will come to a conclusion regarding the future of his assistant coaches.
Coach Jay Gruden supports defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and a move isn't expected to come soon. But that doesn't mean he or his staff will be back in 2015.
Mike Jones answers questions from readers, who aren't preoccupied with Saturday's victory as much as they are how to move forward from 4-11.
As he took the podium for Monday's press conference, Jay Gruden looked as haggard and beaten as we've ever seen him.
While the media circus swirled in Ashburn, the quarterback talked with reporters, but did not answer questions about being benched. It wasn't clear if that was his choice.
Answers to reader questions about everything from the source of the problems on defense, the front office to Robert Griffin III’s development and locker room leadership.