Redskins lose their third assistant coach of the offseason.

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The team president addressed a variety of topics, including fan apathy, a long run of disappointing seasons and his own job security.

“I think he’ll fit in very well into our defense as a player,” GM Bruce Allen said Tuesday while attending practices for the Senior Bowl. “I don’t know why we would expect a suspension, but we’ll let the league finish it.”

Washington's team president gave a minor update on the status of injured quarterback Alex Smith but did not say whether Smith could play in 2019 or whether the Redskins will focus on the draft to find a fill-in.

Redskins lose their third assistant coach of the offseason.

The move is to replace Ben Kotwica, who took the same position with the Atlanta Falcons.

Washington has talked to several top defensive coordinators this offseason. In the end, it appears ready to keep Manusky for a third year.

Adrian Peterson, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Jamison Crowder and Preston Smith will all be eligible to test the free agency market this offseason.

  • Perspective

Working for the Redskins, as Greg Manusky is finding, can sometimes feel like ‘Hail’ on Earth.

J.D. Gibbs was warmly regarded throughout NASCAR, where he was instrumental in expanding a family-run team to a competitive force. He suffered from a degenerative neurological disease.

Allen has been the focus of fans' unhappiness, but a team spokesman said there was never any doubt that he would remain with the franchise.

Every NFL GM has taken questions in a news conference setting at least once since Bruce Allen last did.

Jay Gruden is still evaluating his assistants and considering changes to his 2019 coaching staff.

Brundige, a Redskins stalwart for eight seasons, also starred in one of the most bizarre plays in Super Bowl history.

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Matt LaFleur is set to join his former Redskins colleagues Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan in the head coaching ranks.

Since 2002, the Redskins have seen above-average quarterback play, as measured by passer rating, eight times in 16 seasons.

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