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Topic - Kirk Olivadotti
The Redskins bring back Kirk Olivadotti, who will work as an assistant under seven previous head coaches here.
Despite a defense that had a particularly bad season in 2013, the Redskins are bringing back many defensive coaches for the 2014 season.
Longtime Washington Redskins assistant Kirk Olivadotti is Georgia's new inside linebackers coach.
Bill Khayat lived in Detroit, Atlanta, Baltimore and Detroit again before he turned 9. Bob Saunders was 12 when he had to endure the pain of everyone at school knowing that his father had been fired. And yet, Khayat and Saunders both decided to follow their fathers into the grueling and precarious business that is coaching in the NFL.
"Rocky enjoys to play," Olivadotti said. "All he wants to do is work."
Olivadotti admits he was sensitive about being known as his father's son when he reached the NFL as the Redskins' quality control/defense coach in 2000 and his father — who's now out of the league — was working for the NFC East rival New York Giants.