Former Washington Redskins quarterback, the MVP of Super Bowl XXII, Doug Williams, says he would not rule out a job in the front office of the Redskins.
Williams previously worked for current Redskins General Manger Bruce Allen in Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers and was offered a job in Washington. However, Williams declined the Washington job, preferring to return to coach Grambling, the college team he played for.
â€œOriginally I was headed up here to work with the Redskins before I went to Grambling,â€ Williams said Sunday at FedEx Field, where he was among the former players honored by the team. â€œBut you never know whatâ€™s gonna happen. At this time, the middle of the season, that ainâ€™t something you concentrate on. The most important thing is for them to play well the rest of the season.Â And after the seasonâ€™s over and things like that, then you see what your next step is.â€
I think almost any Redskins fan would welcome the prospect of Doug Williams returning to Washington — the city that loves him — and the Redskins, where he wrote himself into the record and history books. Williams was director of pro scouting in Tampa Bay. He may find a similar or identical role in Washington. Allen has already offered Williams a job in Washington once. Why not again?