Change was offseason's constant
Warpath|September 2020
Change was offseason's constant
Wow, what an offseason.

Nothing that transpires in Washington this football season, assuming there is one, will be more dramatic, mystifying, aggravating, ham-handed, self-serving or hypocritical than the events of the past few months.

Make your own decisions as to which is which.

No Bruce Allen and a front-office housecleaning.

Ron Rivera and a new coaching staff, with no holdovers from the previous administration. Training camp removed from Richmond and back

in Ashburn. A decision, forced by minority owners in a powerplay Dan Snyder lost, to end the seemingly endless debate and change the team’s nickname. The Washington Whatchamacallits?

A grossly embarrassing expose’ by the Washington Post detailing the alleged sexual harassment of at least 15 female employees by some of the leading officials of the franchise. All the known accused are now gone, and Rivera – the team’s new conscience and guiding light -- promises the poisonous culture of the past is finished.

Other subplots: Coronavirus.

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