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Latest Jim Haslett Items
Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett believes the influx of underclassmen in this year's draft will push "good" players into later rounds.
Asked which free agents he'd like to see re-signed, Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett named linebacker Brian Orakpo and cornerback DeAngelo Hall, among others
Jim Haslett made official what many Redskins fans expected: despite limited success, Washington will stick with a base 3-4 defensive alignment.
Three weeks removed from the 2013 season, Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett reflects on the most difficult two months of his coaching career
Jay Gruden said that not only will Jim Haslett be the Redskins' defensive coordinator, but they will also look to extend his contract.
Now that Jay Gruden needs to fill out his staff, should Jim Haslett stay on as Redskins defensive coordinator?
We're not sure how involved in the defense Jay Gruden will be but if Jim Haslett remains as coordinator Gruden likely will preach self-scouting.
The Redskins have let some assistant coaches go but some remain on the staff.
Jim Haslett says Brian Orakpo is the team's best defensive player and should absolutely be brought back for 2014.