The Washington Redskins‘ reputation has been dragged through the mud once again after a series of supremely dysfunctional displays – but one member of the team has heard enough.

After banning him from speaking to the media, the team fired general manager Scot McCloughan on Thursday, then leaked to the media that he had a drinking problem. Quarterback Kirk Cousins is set to play his second straight season on the franchise tag after reportedly asking for a trade. All three of the team’s big-name free agents – DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon, and Chris Baker – have signed with new teams. And NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock, who has no front-office experience, is being considered as McCloughan’s replacement.

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Despite all that, veteran defensive back DeAngelo Hall, who has spent the last nine seasons of his 13-year career with Washington, wants to make it clear that he stands with his team and its president Bruce Allen, who has been blamed for the problems, along with over-involved owner Dan Snyder.

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