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Topic - Raheem Morris
Jim Haslett made official what many Redskins fans expected: despite limited success, Washington will stick with a base 3-4 defensive alignment.
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
Raheem Morris talks to Larry Michael about how he thinks the coaching staff didn't get it done in 2013.
So since we're in a welcome back mode, I'd like to see someone else return next season for the new Jay Gruden era – Rex Grossman. I've grown accustomed to his place.
Despite a defense that had a particularly bad season in 2013, the Redskins are bringing back many defensive coaches for the 2014 season.
We don't know who will be coaching the Redskins' defense but Jay Gruden likes the current alignment.
London Fletcher may not play for the Redskins anymore, but he still has plenty to say about the recent coaching change.
Jay Gruden will be introduced as the Washington Redskins' next coach on Thursday afternoon. Gruden, who spent the last three years as the Cincinnati Bengals' offensive coordinator, emerged as one of the front-runners for the opening since Mike Shanahan was fired on Dec. 30 after four years with the team.
Within minutes after the Redskins hired Jay Gruden to be their head coach his staff started to take shape.
The Buccaneers say Lovie Smith is the ideal man to coach Tampa Bay.
The Redskins' search to replace Mike Shanahan is expected to begin immediately and conclude rather quickly, according to General Manager Bruce Allen. Bengals OC Jay Gruden could be a prime candidate.
Hours after Mike Shanahan was fired, general manager Bruce Allen said Monday the search for his replacement would begin immediately and noted that the "open list" would include candidates from the professional and collegiate ranks.
The Redskins have announced that offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is among eight assistant coaches who will not be retained.
The Redskins have let some assistant coaches go but some remain on the staff.
The Washington Redskins fired Mike Shanahan on Monday morning, bringing to an end the tenure of a coach who four years ago seemed likely to return a once-proud franchise to its winning ways.
He said that he will sit down and talk to each of the holdover assistant coaches and make his decisions after that.
"It was good to finish with a win," Redskins defensive backs coach Raheem Morris said of his team's 24-14 victory in Oakland last Sunday.