Months after the Washington Redskins jersey fired general manager Scot McCloughan, the position remains unfilled.
Redskins president Bruce Allen told reporters the team is getting close to adding to their front office.
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“We met with over a dozen people from the outside, talked to everybody on the inside. We’re getting close to having a final plan,” Allen said, via the Washington Post.
Allen danced around the question of whether the team would hire an actual GM or simply add to the player personnel and scouting staff.
“From the beginning, you know, I’m real proud of what the guys did with wholesale football jerseys this year in free agency and in this draft,” Allen said. “As I’ve said, we have a lot of quality people who performed well under some tough situations this year. This draft class, the excitement it’s brought to our locker room, it’s exciting, so we’re looking to add to [the front office], we’ll see who that is.”
That is some grade-A evasive maneuvering from Allen cheap jerseys.
As NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport noted, it would be a surprise if the Redskins hire an actual GM to replace McCloughan.
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Marley, a linebacker from Tulane, tried out for the team during its rookie minicamp over the weekend. As a senior, the undersized Marley (5-foot-8, 200 pounds) led the Green Wave with 88 tackles, including 14 for losses, and three sacks. He was a two-time first-team All-American Athletic Conference pick over his last two college seasons.
Jones started the first seven games of the 2016 season before being a healthy scratch the rest of the way.
The Redskins drafting Samaje Perine in the fourth round to team with Rob Kelley and third-down back Chris Thompson signaled the end of Jones’ time in D.C.
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Jones, a bruising 6-foot-2, 232-pound runner showed promise as a rookie, toting 144 times in 2015 for 490 yards and catching 19 passes for 304 yards. He immediately fell out of favor in Washington in 2016, with Kelley taking over the big-back role.
Fumbles sealed Jones fate. In two seasons, the running back coughed up the ball eight times, losing six. Coaches do not suffer running backs who fumble.
Jones skipping OTAs feels like the first step in the third-round pick’s eventual release. Whether the Redskins grant him that discharge now or make him wait remains to be seen.
Given his youth and natural talent, Jones should latch onto another squad once he’s cut loose. If he can’t fix the fumbling problem, however, his second chance won’t last long.