The Washington Redskins outside linebacker, who last played in the NFL's annual all-star game after the 2010 season, finished with 10 sacks and 60 tackles in 2013.
Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
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Hilliard, 37, completed his 12-year playing career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2005 through 2008, when coach Jay Gruden was an offensive assistant.
The running back has been selected to play in the Pro Bowl after originally being named as an alternate for the annual all-star game.
Wes Phillips, the son of longtime NFL coach and defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, has been hired by the Redskins as their tight end coach, the team confirmed Friday.
Olivadotti, who spent 11 years with the Redskins in a variety of roles, will return to the team as its inside linebackers coach, it announced Thursday.
The Ravens interviewed Kyle Shanahan for their vacant offensive coordinator position at some point this week, marking his second known interview since being fired by the Redskins on Dec. 30.
Kotwica, who spent seven years in the Army after graduating from West Point in 1997, has been named the Redskins' special teams coordinator, a team spokesman confirmed.
The Redskins announced Wednesday they have hired Brian Baker, formerly of the Browns, to serve as their outside linebackers coach.
McVay's promotion from tight ends coach to offensive coordinator for the Redskins became official on Tuesday when he agreed to a contract to serve in that role under new coach Jay Gruden.
The tight end was named to the Pro Football Writers of America's annual all-rookie team after a season in which he set team records for receptions and receiving yards by a rookie tight end.
The Dolphins interviewed former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan for the same position on Friday, the team announced.
The Buccaneers are interviewing Redskins director of pro personnel Morocco Brown for their vacant general manager opening on Friday, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
The process starts all over again now. Redskins coach Jay Gruden, hired on Thursday, may choose to keep holdovers Sean McVay and Jim Haslett as assistant coaches on his 2014 staff, but there will be plenty of new faces for Redskins players to impress. That can be a blessing and a curse.
The Cincinnati Bengals' offensive coordinator became the sixth known candidate to interview for the Redskins' coaching job when he met with team executives Wednesday at Redskins Park.
The quarterback was named the recipient of the Redskins' Ed Block Courage Award, an honor given to one person from each team who displays extraordinary courage in the face of adversity.