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McCloughan has filed grievance against Washington

Former Washington G.M. Scot McCloughan recently was asked on Twitter to describe team president Bruce Allen in one word. McCloughan said, “Politician.” Another word could now apply: Defendant. McCloughan tells Liz Clarke of the Washington Post that a grievance has been filed for the 22 months of pay remaining on his contract, which Allen and [more]
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