"Our defense has been a little bit of what they did before, a little bit of what I brought, a little bit of what Justin brought and it was definitely a group effort and he was just the guy that was in charge of it all," Kwiatkowski said. "The responsibility and roles change, but what we've been doing is working and there is no reason to fix it."
"I think that makes the transition flow easier," new Washington defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski said. "You're not trying to get to know guys and then put in a defense. We've already done most of it. ... That is huge when we're sitting in a room and we're starting to put the defense together and make things go a lot quicker and a lot smoother and there won't be as many bumps in the road."