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DiG 12-17-2009 08:37 AM

Cerrato Resigns!!!!
 
OH HAPPY DAY!!!!!!

http://www.redskins.com/gen/articles...nt_94373. jsp

DiG 12-17-2009 09:25 AM

On the same morning that executive V.P. of football operations Vinny Cerrato has resigned, triggering speculation that Mike Holmgren or Mike Shanahan could be taking the reins of the Redskins, Jay Glazer of FOX has dropped a bomb on us, baby.

Glazer reports that Redskins coaches were advised today that the teams is in talks with former Raiders and Buccaneers executive Bruce Allen.

Allen's father, George, was one of the most beloved coaches in franchise history not named "Joe Gibbs."

As Glazer points out, the Redskins would be required to satisfy the Rooney Rule when filling the top front-office position. In this case, either the Redskins already have quietly satisfied the requirement, or Allen would be hired for a position that does not presently require compliance with the Rooney Rule.

The arrival of Allen undoubtedly would trigger speculation that the next move would be to dump coach Jim Zorn and pursue Jon Gruden, who partnered with Allen both in Oakland and Tampa.


Holmgren or Allen/Gruden would be sooo sweeet. We have the defense in place that Gruden would covet.

2 Live Crew 12-17-2009 09:28 AM

Glory Be The Funks On Me!!

critesy 12-17-2009 09:33 AM

omfg, i woke up and saw this. good day people. good day. :D

2 Live Crew 12-17-2009 09:39 AM

I Love All Of You

DiG 12-17-2009 09:45 AM

ESPN 980 is now reporting that Bruce Allen is officially the Skins GM.

2 Live Crew 12-17-2009 09:58 AM

George Allen's son, former GM of the Bucs. Went to Langley High and Univ of Richmond...Homegrown baby!

DiG 12-17-2009 10:54 AM

Bruce Allen and drafting OL the last 3 years:

2008 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
RD3 83 Jeremy Zuttah G Rutgers

2007 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
RD2 35 Arron Sears G/T Tennessee
RD7 214 Chris Denman T Fresno State

2006 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
RD1 23 Davin Joseph G Oklahoma
RD2 59 Jeremy Trueblood T Boston College


Currently, Zuttah, Davin Joseph, and Trueblood are starting for the Bucs. Aaron Sears is a beast who would be starting and will start when he returns to the Bucs.

critesy 12-17-2009 02:24 PM

i like the looks of that drafting.

JRTPlaya21 12-17-2009 02:30 PM

Excuse me while I go do a victory lap.

703SKINS202 12-17-2009 02:36 PM

This is so ******* awesome!!!

skinzzfan25 12-17-2009 03:51 PM

Best news ever. I'm thrilled about Allen. I found out late today (dumb finals)...

There should be some good coverage of this before the MNF game, maybe Snyder is coming around?

treyskins 12-17-2009 04:54 PM

Congrats to the Redskin Nation-the campaign against this "toxic management" got through to the owner.

Fan Power= YOU CAN change the future.

Allen is more average than great player personnel guy(both with the raydurs and bucs),but he can work the cap and contracts really well(had to work for the stingy glazers at the bucs).
However, his record with Gruden is won 38 lost 42.
Very Redskinesque!

Maybe Bruce Allen goes in another direction for Head Coach.
Shanny has had better drafts(2006&2008) but it might not even be him.

ricowboy 12-17-2009 07:41 PM

Congrats to Redskins Fans......If there was ever one guy that needs to be out of football it was Cerrato!

Canadian_draft_fan 12-17-2009 09:46 PM

This is the best news since Joe Gibbs came back. The Skins problems all stems from the top and Danny finally figured that out. All he has to do now is get out of the way and let Allen run the show. No more scouting trips, Danny!!!

critesy 12-18-2009 01:27 AM

for all the flame cerrato gets he didnt draft that bad, just not the right positions.

2002: ladell betts rd2
rock cartwright rd7

2003: derrick dockery rd 3

2004: sean taylor rd 1 (rip)
chris cooley rd 3

2005: carlos rogers rd1
jason campbell rd 1

2006: rockey mcintosh rd2
anothy montgomery rd4
reed doughty rd6
kedric golston rd6

2007: laron landry rd1
hb blades rd6

2008: devin thomas rd2
fred davis rd2
malcolm kelly rd 2 (meh)
chad rhino rd3
justin tryon rd4
kareem moore rd6
colt brennan rd6
rob jackson rd7
chris ****** horton rd7 (forgot that he was a rookie last year somehow.. wow.)

DiG 12-21-2009 01:07 PM

Heres some promising info from Peter Kings interview with Snyder:

I talked to Snyder on Friday and asked if this was finally going to be the time the Redskins were like most teams -- with the owner sitting above the fray as a checks-and-balances guy, entrusting most of the football decisions to a coach or GM or both. When Snyder introduced Allen last week, not much was said about who has authority over the big football decisions.


"Who's going to have final say on the coach -- you or Bruce?'' I asked.
"He is,'' said Snyder. "He's going to do it. I think he knows what fits here, and I trust him to make the right decision. We're not hiring anyone Bruce doesn't want.''


Allen is very careful with his words. When I relayed this and asked him the same question I asked Snyder. Allen said: "That's a fair assessment.''
So we'll see, as I said. As for now, I expect the Redskins to hire Mike Shanahan, and for Shanahan to bring in his own coaching staff -- including, as Chris Mortensen reported over the weekend, his son, current Houston offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, as offensive coordinator. I think Mike Shanahan would be energized by the Redskins and by working with Allen, a man as secretive and with the kind of football pedigree he likes, even if it means he has to use this year's first-round pick to find a quarterback instead of building the offensive line, which the Redskins definitely need to do.

703SKINS202 12-22-2009 01:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dirty Thirty (Post 1934057)
Heres some promising info from Peter Kings interview with Snyder:

I talked to Snyder on Friday and asked if this was finally going to be the time the Redskins were like most teams -- with the owner sitting above the fray as a checks-and-balances guy, entrusting most of the football decisions to a coach or GM or both. When Snyder introduced Allen last week, not much was said about who has authority over the big football decisions.


"Who's going to have final say on the coach -- you or Bruce?'' I asked.
"He is,'' said Snyder. "He's going to do it. I think he knows what fits here, and I trust him to make the right decision. We're not hiring anyone Bruce doesn't want.''


Allen is very careful with his words. When I relayed this and asked him the same question I asked Snyder. Allen said: "That's a fair assessment.''
So we'll see, as I said. As for now, I expect the Redskins to hire Mike Shanahan, and for Shanahan to bring in his own coaching staff -- including, as Chris Mortensen reported over the weekend, his son, current Houston offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, as offensive coordinator. I think Mike Shanahan would be energized by the Redskins and by working with Allen, a man as secretive and with the kind of football pedigree he likes, even if it means he has to use this year's first-round pick to find a quarterback instead of building the offensive line, which the Redskins definitely need to do.

Maybe the mess and the fans this season finally got to him, let's hope its true.


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