Found December 13, 2011 on D.C. Sports Bog:
While fans debate whether Redskins GM Bruce Allen will have any input into the players selected by Redskins Executive Vice President for Everything Mike Shanahan, Allen’s brother — U.S. Senate candidate George Allen — has already weighed in on the matter. This dialog comes from Sean Hannity’s radio program on Monday, the day after Allen had attended the Redskins-Patriots game at FedEx Field. Read full article >>

Will Rex Grossman be the Washington Redskins QB in 2012?

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Rex Grossman looking for streak of wins to end the season

The Redskins gained a season-high 463 yards in Sunday’s loss to New England, but quarterback Rex Grossman isn’t ready to call that the offense’s best performance of a difficult season. “Any time you lose, you have a tendency to focus on what you could’ve done to win,” Grossman said Wednesday. “So it’s tough to talk about something we did positive in the game. But...

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There was a serious focus on referees after the game, as several questionable flags drew the ire of the players. In the Patriots 34-27 win over the Redskins, the shouting surrounded DE Andre Carter’s roughing call, a flag on Vince Wilfork for unnecessary roughness, a call on London Fletcher for roughing, and an offensive pass-interference penalty on WR Santana Moss. Carter took...

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