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Bruce Allen doesn’t expect a suspension of Reuben Foster

Twice last year, Washington linebacker Reuben Foster found himself charged with domestic violence. Twice last year, the charges were dropped. But the NFL has yet to issue a decision as to whether Foster will face punishment in the aftermath of the most recent arrest, the one that prompted the 49ers to waive the 2017 first-round [more]

Bruce Allen: Greg Manusky was involved with interviewing defensive coaches

In the weeks since the end of the regular season, Washington has been linked with a variety of defensive-minded coaches like Todd Bowles who went on to land defensive coordinator jobs with other teams. They conducted conversations with some of those coaches, which seemed a bit odd since Greg Manusky remained under contract as the [more]

Bruce Allen: If anyone can come back, it’s Alex Smith

Washington quarterback Alex Smith was at Monday’s Wizards game in his most prominent public appearance since November’s severe leg injury and could be seen with a large external fixator on his heavily bandaged leg while moving on a pair of crutches. Smith didn’t update his condition while taking in the game and team president Bruce [more]

Torrian Gray leaves Washington staff to return to college ranks

Earlier this month, there was a report that Washington would move on without defensive backs coach Torrian Gray for the 2019 season. That became official on Monday. University of Florida head coach Dan Mullen announced that Gray will be the school’s new cornerbacks coach. Gray spent a year at the school in 2016 before joining [more]

Alex Smith takes in Wizards game with large apparatus on injured leg

Updates on Washington quarterback Alex Smith‘s condition have been scarce since he had surgery on his injured leg in November and part of that has been Smith’s low public profile since getting out of the hospital. Smith reportedly suffered compound and spiral fractures in his leg and dealt with a post-surgical infection that added further [more]

Chiefs will pick 29th, Packers 30th in 2019 NFL Draft

The Saints pushed the cost of Marcus Davenport away, almost as far as they could have. With yesterday’s conference championship games in the books, most of the 2019 NFL Draft order is now known. The Chiefs will pick 29th overall after losing to the Patriots, and the Packers own the 30th spot, after last year’s [more]

Washington hires Nate Kaczor as special teams coach

Washington hired Nate Kaczor as its special teams coordinator, the team announced. Kaczor replaces Ben Kotwica, who joined the Falcons 10 days ago after five years in Washington. Kaczor has 11 years of experience in the NFL. He spent the past three seasons with the Buccaneers. Before going to Tampa, Kaczor worked with the Titans [more]

Next Bengals coach reportedly wants Bill Callahan

Washington may need a new offensive line coach. Incoming Bengals coach Zac Taylor reportedly wants to hire Bill Callahan. Washington can block the move, even if Taylor would be offering a promotion to offensive coordinator. Callahan coached Taylor at Nebraska, which explains the connection. Callahan also served as head coach of the Raiders after Jon [more]

Wade Phillips: If anyone’s looking for a head coach, my son knows Sean McVay

When Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was a guest on PFT Live in July 2017, he told us he thought that his son Wes was ready to be an NFL head coach but the Washington tight ends coach hasn’t gotten that look yet. Phillips spent a little time promoting his son again on Thursday. Phillips [more]

Report: Greg Manusky expected to remain defensive coordinator in Washington

Reports of Washington’s interest in defensive coordinators haven’t been hard to find since the end of the regular season, which probably didn’t make their current defensive coordinator feel too secure about his future with the team. Greg Manusky may be able to stop thinking about being pushed out the door, however. Gregg Williams, Todd Bowles [more]

Reports: Washington was interested in Gregg Williams

Public comments about the coaching staff in Washington have been in short supply this offseason, but there’s sure to be one significant change in 2019 because special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica is now a member of Dan Quinn’s staff in Atlanta. It seems the team has been exploring another coordinator change as well. According to [more]

Report: 49ers interview Joe Woods

The Broncos may be closing in on a new defensive coordinator and their former one is reportedly meeting with the 49ers about a job. Mike Klis of KUSA reports that Joe Woods interviewed with the team on Tuesday. There’s no word on what job Woods would be up for with the Niners as Robert Saleh [more]

Which teams would pursue Nick Foles?

If, as it appears, the Eagles will be keeping quarterback Carson Wentz and relinquishing their rights to quarterback Nick Foles, where will Foles land? The first question becomes whether he’ll exit as a free agent. His contract sets up a ping-pong match that starts with the Eagles exercising a $20 million option for 2019, Foles [more]

Raiders now know where all their first-rounders fall

Four more spots in the 2019 NFL Draft order were set with the weekend’s results, and the Raiders now know exactly where they’ll be making their three first-round picks. The Eagles slotted into the 25th spot in the order after yesterday’s loss, followed by the Colts, Cowboys and Chargers. The final four picks will go [more]

Bruce Allen to oversee both football and business in Washington

Bruce Allen isn’t going anywhere. Allen will remain the team president in Washington and oversee both football and business operations in 2019, team spokesman Tony Wylie told the Washington Post. “There was never any question about this,” Wylie said. “Of course he’s coming back.” There may not have been any questions internally, but on the [more]

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