Found February 21, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Just over a week ago a Washington Redskins fan posted an article on about his encounter with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett when he ran into him in public. Supposedly Haslett gave the fan some insight on what the Redskins plan is this offseason when it comes to their quarterback situation. Haslett of course denied everything that he was accused of saying by the fan. This has ultimately forced Redskins general manager Bruce Allen to come out and give everyone an idea of how the Redskins plan on addressing the quarterback position this offseason. “We have a game plan on what to do,”said Allen on CSNWashington’s Redskins Nation.  “And obviously our game plan has to have alternate routes on it based on what other clubs do. We feel good about it and how we’re gonna address all the needs on our football team, and [we’re] looking forward to getting after it.” No one should be surprised that Allen kept things very vague about the Redskins “game plan.”  We won’t really know if what was written on Hogs Haven by the Redskins fan is true or not.  We’ll only have a better idea once the offseason is over and we find out who the quarterback’s are for the Redskins heading into training camp.

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