Washington Redskins team president Bruce Allen, who has been seen as one of the few untouchables in the organization, may no longer be as secure in his position with the team as once thought.
NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Saturday "I really do believe based on all the conversations I have had with sources, that everything is up for evaluation in Washington after this season."
When asked specifically about Allen, he repeated himself, "Everything is up for evaluation in Washington," before adding the only person who could speak for certainty about Allen specifically was Snyder himself.
"Dan Snyder understands that something needs to change something, something drastic needs to change," Garafolo said. "I'm telling you, for the first time, I'm really feeling like they are evaluating Bruce Allen's role with the team going forward."
However, Theismann said he believes the Redskins need to hire a general manager.
“I think we need a general manager. I think we need a general manager in a position. That’s one thing we don’t have," Theismann said on 106.7 The Fan.“When Scot (McCloughan) left, I think Bruce assumed those responsibilities, but he has others as well. And so to me, football operations is a coach and a GM. Those are two things that are essential."