Snyder again expresses disappointment in Redskins' season

LANDOVER, Md. -- Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder remains disappointed in his team's performance this season. Just don't ask him if changes are on the way.

For the second time in less than a month, Snyder made in-season comments at a charity event. After handing out turkeys at the team's stadium Tuesday, he told reporters, "We're all very, very disappointed, and obviously I'm as disappointed as everyone. And we're hoping to get things straightened out in the near future."

Snyder used a charity event to apologize to fans three weeks ago, but on both occasions, he avoided answering specific questions about the team. He ended the session after 45 seconds Tuesday when a reporter asked if fans could expect changes.

The Redskins are 3-7 this season, and coach Jim Zorn was stripped of his offensive play-calling duties, leading to speculation that he might be fired.

Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press

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