Redskins hire Brian Lafemina from NFL to lead business side
5 monthes ago - By The Washington Post
The Washington Redskins have hired Brian Lafemina as the teams's new president of business operations and chief operating officer.
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Washington hires new COO, increasing speculation that team president could be on the way out
5 monthes ago - By NBC Sports
The top of the organization in Washington is getting a little crowded. Owner Daniel Snyder has added league office executive Brian LaFemina as COO and President of Business Operations. In that role, LaFemina will oversee all club business operations and report directly to Snyder. “I am thrilled to welcome Brian to the Washington Redskins,” Snyder said
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