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Press Release: STATEMENT BY WASHINGTON #REDSKINS OWNER DAN SNYDER-BRUCE ALLEN FIRED

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I don't think I have seen a person that was so bad at his job survive as long as Bruce did. 

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Obviously thrilled with this, but it’s hard to be euphoric. It’s like a long storm is finally over, and you’re happy it ends, but then you look at all the ****ing wreckage it left behind and realize just how much work is ahead to dig out and how much was lost. 

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2 minutes ago, Fred Jones said:

Great, but Dan still owns the team.  He is still the common denominator.

 

At this point, not sure if I want to give Dan the benefit of the doubt regarding the next GM or if no GM, person in charge of all football operations.

 

Exactly, the guy has sticky fingers and may not want to stay out of the way for too long before wanting to get back in again.  Time will tell

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This is certainly a step in the right direction

 

but we really need to release the entire front office and coaching staff and start clean. And we gotta stop hiring a coach first and then hire a GM. 
 

I will remain skeptical for now, but very happy to see this dude kicked to the curb.  

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Just now, fearlessNelms said:

My 53rd birthday today- my wife and kids are going to be hard pressed to top this gift!

Happy Birthday!!!..what an excellent gift for you....for all of us!!!

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Coors Light all around!

 

Next steps?  If Rivera is hired, how long does he get?  Who coaches the D?  How much say does he get in personnel or selecting a GM?

 

Anyway, this is the first step.

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6 minutes ago, Fred Jones said:

Great, but Dan still owns the team.  He is still the common denominator.

 

At this point, not sure if I want to give Dan the benefit of the doubt regarding the next GM or if no GM, person in charge of all football operations.

Someone's always got to be the Eeyore.

 

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5 minutes ago, fearlessNelms said:

My 53rd birthday today- my wife and kids are going to be hard pressed to top this gift!

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Just now, Burgold said:

Someone's always got to be the Eeyore.

 

 

 

Sorry the failure of the last twenty years slipped your memory.  The endless stupid player acquisitions and bad coaches.  And, every single year we sit here in the off season always thinking the organization has finally turned things around.  Finally giving us hope.  Heck, just look at all the threads created during training camp last summer.  How did they turn out?

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15 minutes ago, Alexa said:

I don't think I have seen a person that was so bad at his job survive as long as Bruce did. 

Snyder has 😛

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This is the best thing Snyder has done in 10 years. I dont believe he's learned a lesson from all this - it's too late for that now. But new blood at the #2 spot (and on down) is something I can definitely get excited about! 

 

30 minutes ago, Burgold said:

Whoa! I thought all the reports that hedged and implied he managed to find a way keep his hooks in the organization were true. I will stick to my credo of not celebrating someone's firing. I don't believe in dancing on graves. 

 

I can respect your sentiment here but let's get real - bruce was handsomely compensated and can binge on golf and coors lite for the rest of his days without a care in the world. He's good with or without employment as prince of darkness so I say celebrate away!!

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YAY

 

and you're not forgiven, dan---you got a long road to travel, dipstick

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, hailer21 said:

I can respect your sentiment here but let's get real - bruce was handsomely compensated and can binge on golf and coors lite for the rest of his days without a care in the world. He's good with or without employment as prince of darkness so I say celebrate away!!

Not only that, but dude is a douche of epic proportion.  After he had the audacity, to insult the fans at his PC after Jay was fired, all is fair game in celebrating his unemployment.  

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3 minutes ago, Jumbo said:

YAY

 

 

This may be both the shortest and most expansive post Jumbo ever wrote.

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16 minutes ago, RichmondRedskin88 said:

Dan found his balls and made a statement himself! And Bruce is gone!  Front office having itself a day! 

Could it be Dan that steps up (on a stool) to the podium today?

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14 minutes ago, Fred Jones said:

 

Sorry the failure of the last twenty years slipped your memory.  The endless stupid player acquisitions and bad coaches.  And, every single year we sit here in the off season always thinking the organization has finally turned things around.  Finally giving us hope.  Heck, just look at all the threads created during training camp last summer.  How did they turn out?

 

Jesus. Debbie Downer much? This is something that we've wanted for years and it has finally happened.

 

 

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