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Potential coaching candidates are reportedly not interested in Redskins job

Redskins Wire logo Redskins Wire 12/7/2019 Zachary Neel
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Just four games stand between the Washington Redskins and the start of their search for a new head coach, but a new report from Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer paints a harsh light on what the Redskins might encounter when they eventually get out on the road and start hosting interviews.

According to Breer, some of the potential head coaching candidates are not certain that they can function in Washington DC under the current management, as the uncertainty and turmoil surrounding the top job have been anything but sound over the years.

“My understanding is they’ve gotten some pushback on the current structure of the organization from some of those candidates,” Breer said on 106.7 The Fan. “My sense is that they’ve already gotten the feeling that the head coach search is going to be affected by the way that the building has operated for the last 10 years.”

Over the last 10 years, with Bruce Allen as the team president, the Redskins have gone without a playoff victory and with multiple coaches being shown the door. While Jay Gruden was fired earlier this season after starting 0-5, interim head coach Bill Callahan has stabilized the team and led them to a 3-4 record with a 2-game win-streak in his short time at the helm. However, it is highly unlikely that he will have his interim tag removed when all is said and done.

Washington is reportedly reaching out to potential candidates and putting out some feelers, and the receptions have been tepid, at best. It could be a long offseason for the Redskins, and they may be left alone at the dance floor when it comes to picking their next man.

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