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NicWeeks
17.12.2009, 01:42 PM
Check it out:

http://blogs.nfl.com/2009/12/17/cerrato-out-as-redskins-vp/

Thank you Santa!

steblin
17.12.2009, 04:51 PM
Just read it, Cerrato has resigned!!

And also, just read on the Redskins Blog that Bruce Allen has been named Executive Vice President/General Manger of the Redskins.

http://blog.redskins.com/2009/12/17/bruce-allen-named-executive-vice-president-general-manager-of-th/#continued

Have to confess don't know a great deal about how he did as GM with the Raiders and Bucs, so whats peoples views on this move?

Boltonian
17.12.2009, 06:47 PM
Now we might finally see a properly run Washington Redskins.

Gman84
17.12.2009, 07:46 PM
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Bruce Allen (George's son) the new guy in town.

Spartan Off.Tackle
17.12.2009, 09:38 PM
Put the flags out !!!!!

wuds100
18.12.2009, 12:39 AM
Hopefully we will build through the draft from here on in with no more
crazy splurges in FA but then again Synder is still owner.

wuds100
18.12.2009, 01:06 AM
New HC speculation begins to kick in

http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_14020216#ixzz0ZzpberRm

Riggo
18.12.2009, 01:07 AM
It will take years to find out if he's actually an improvement.

My philosophy is build through the draft.

However, the Allen/Gruden tag team tandem "don't buy green bananas" as it were.

wuds100
18.12.2009, 09:57 AM
See Cerrato showed his class in his statement praising the great coaches
he has worked with and not a mention of Zorn despite throwing Blatche and
Sherm Lewis's name in it.

RickySanders
18.12.2009, 02:11 PM
See Cerrato showed his class in his statement praising the great coaches
he has worked with and not a mention of Zorn despite throwing Blatche and
Sherm Lewis's name in it.

Always liked Zorn, even though I have had my doubts about him as a HC during his tenure. He has showed plenty of fight tho and I admire the guy. He is very likeable.

Never liked Cerrato or anything he has stood for. Glad to see him go. There is a God.

my_friend_goo
18.12.2009, 07:31 PM
Trying to be controlled with my excitement here. This is the biggest (good) news in DC since the return of Gibbs. It's going to take time to see whether the hiring was a good move or not (let's face it, regardless of the outcome, the going of Vinny is automatically a good move). This is what we've all wished for, let's hope it was worth it.

Don't forget, George Allen had a policy of trading draft picks for proven veterans - ring any bells? His motto was "The Future Is Now" - not a build by drafting outlook. Of course, Bruce may not take the same approach and I hope he doesn't.

Yes, I'm excited, but I'm not proclaiming a return to the glory days. Not quite yet, anyway :)

pj
18.12.2009, 11:14 PM
Trying to be controlled with my excitement here. This is the biggest (good) news in DC since the return of Gibbs. It's going to take time to see whether the hiring was a good move or not (let's face it, regardless of the outcome, the going of Vinny is automatically a good move). This is what we've all wished for, let's hope it was worth it.

Don't forget, George Allen had a policy of trading draft picks for proven veterans - ring any bells? His motto was "The Future Is Now" - not a build by drafting outlook. Of course, Bruce may not take the same approach and I hope he doesn't.

Yes, I'm excited, but I'm not proclaiming a return to the glory days. Not quite yet, anyway :)

Looking at what hes done previously he doesn't like to trade picks away and seems to draft for need so hopefully that will continue.

This post takes a pretty good look at what hes done previously

http://www.hailredskins.com/?p=754#more-754