It's been a long few years for the Washington Redskins - but this past year was just terrible.
They had brought tickets to get into the game down to as low as $4 - you read that right - just to get butts in the seats, but the pricing of parking and knowing the team probably wasn't going to win - kept people away.
Well, in less than 24 hours, the Washington Redskins completed a massive overhaul of the organization's structure with the hiring of Ron Rivera as its new head coach, according to WJLA. The hire comes hours after team owner Dan Snyder released a statement that president and general manager Bruce Allen had been relieved of his duties and was no longer with the Washington Redskins franchise. Also let go was long-time team trainer Larry Ness, who had worked for the Redskins over 17 years.