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Redskins President Bruce Allen suggest 4-12 record, waning novelty behind attendance drop at training camp

Redskins President Bruce Allen bullish on Robert Griffin III, given quarterback’s talent, team’s offseason acquisitions.

Answers to reader questions about the prospect of trading back in the NFL draft, whether last season was more on Jay Gruden than Robert Griffin III and Washington's team name.

Odds and ends, who impressed, who suffered, and how the Redskins will approach free agency and the draft.

Bruce Allen and Daniel Snyder were convinced that McCloughan has conquered past problems, and believe that they will not hinder his job performance.

Bringing aboard the former 49ers GM and ex-Seahawks personnel exec gives Washington a proven talent evaluator in the organization.

The Redskins' offseason is underway, and Mike Jones tackles questions about the top candidates for defensive coordinator and front-office personnel addition, as well as Daniel Snyder, Bruce Allen and Washington's free agents.

The Redskins president and general manager did not specify any moves he plans to make in the personnel department or front office.

In his season-ending remarks, president/GM Bruce Allen says patience is required as the young quarterback develops under first-time head coach.

Watch and react to the Redskins president/general manager's season-ending news conference.

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