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  • Dan Snyder has inserted himself into his head coach's football decisions ... again, according to areport. The move to start Robert Griffin III over Colt McCoy on Sunday in Minnesota was dictated by the Washington Redskins owner , ESPN reported two hours before the game, Leonte Carroo Jerseyciting multiple sources within the franchise.On "Sunday NFL Countdown," reporter Adam Schefter said he was toldthe decision was "owner- and generalmanager-driven," referring to general manager Bruce Allen.MORE: Redskins buses crash en route to game | HowRG3 return affects Washington | Scoreboard Team vice president Tony Wyllie told ESPN that the decision was made by coach Jay Gruden , not Snyder, who, as Schefter quoted him "has nothing to do with it.''The same report claimed that Griffin, who is returning after mi sing six weeks with a dislocated ankle, had "alienated himself" from his teammates, and that on Friday the players so loudly Evan Engram Jersey disrupted Griffin's group interview in the locker room, the interview had to be moved to another room.After Washington's lo s to Minnesota, Gruden addre sed the reports, referring specifically to an ESPN report that Griffin had distanced himself from his teammates."It was an amateurish report," Gruden said, according to CSN Washington. "It was totally not true. And for anybody who reads that to believe that, they're an amateur. Anybody who reports that (is) an amateur. It's totally false."The report indicated that Snyder, who has a history of such actions over hismore than two decades as owner,overruled the head coach about the status of a player with whom Snyder is close personally. Robert Alford Jersey In this case, he reportedly has also goneagainst the wishes ofother players."They're always gonna try to tear Benny Cunningham Jersey him down and tear us down for whatever reason," Gruden said. "But we're gonna stay united as a locker room. And that's that. We're not gonna let anybody get to us. That's some small-time reporter reporting fiction."Speaking of Wyllie, during a Friday interview with Griffin, players could be heard in the background chanting "No means no," a phrase made popular by Wyllie during the moments following the Redskins' victory over the Cowboys in which he barked at media members while corralling McCoy.