Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and General Manager Bruce Allen have a lot of big decisions ahead of them in rebuilding a franchise coming off a 4-12 season. And apparently there’s no item too trivial to get Shanahan and Allen’s attention.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post reports that Allen said on a recent episode of Redskins Nation that he and Shanahan have had discussions about the color schemes of the Redskins’ uniforms.
“I’m very proud of the Redskins uniform, and I’m very proud of our helmet,” Allen said. “I’m talking to Coach Shanahan about some ideas that we have of utilizing our colors that we’re very proud of.”
The bottom line is that the Redskins want to incorporate throwback uniforms, but they’re not going to add black to their color scheme.
And with that momentous decision out of the way, Shanahan and Allen can turn their attention to more important things.