Scot McCloughan is the General Manager of the Washington Redskins, and he is currently missing from the NFL Combine. The team says that he is taking care of the funeral arrangements and mourning the death of his grandmother, who passed away on February 6th.
Scot McCloughan was also sent home by the team on February 20th and told not to come back until he gets his personal life in order, with rumors circulating about possible misconduct on the job. This is natural from someone who came back from a traumatic experience too soon.
But do the Redskins think we are idiots?
Jonas Knox explains how missing the Combine and Free Agency periods even a month after someone passes away is just not something those at the top of professional sports organizations can afford to do. There is something seriously questionable about what is going on here, listen below.