Redskins president Bruce Allen refutes report about Scot McCloughan

The Redskins say general manager Scot McCloughan will return to the team, although no date or timeframe has been given.

McCloughan, who is not attending the NFL Combine, has been dealing with a family issue. Team president Bruce Allen gave no indication McCloughan’s position is in jeopardy after a report said McCloughan was asked to leave the team.

“Scot’s a great guy. Anyone who knows him knows he’s a great guy,” Allen told a Nashville radio show (via ESPN). “He’s dealing with some family matters now. His grandmother died a week or so ago. So he’s dealing with that right now.”

McCloughan, 46, refuted the report as well. His battle with alcohol addiction in the past has been widely reported. Former tight end Chris Cooley raised eyebrows recently on ESPN Radio by asking “Is he drinking again?”

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