Wade Phillips is set to interview for the Washington Redskins’ defensive coordinator position, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Phillips last coached the Texans in 2013.
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett and the Redskins have mutually agreed to part ways. Who will Washington hire next to head the defense?
Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden had a season to forget in the nation’s capital. The QB and coach are set to return in 2015, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
The Washington Redskins were set to hire their defensive coordinator. However, when Vic Fangio became available the team changed gears and will interview the 49ers respected coordinator.
The Redskins have hired former Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan to coach Washington’s offensive line, the team announced Thursday. Ian Rapoport reported Callahan signed a three-year contract.
New Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan has talked up a good game during his brief time in Washington. He said Monday that the team will seek to fill the roster around RGIII and the team’s other QBs.
New general manager Scot McCloughan emphasized Friday that it’s premature for the Redskins to give up on Robert Griffin III. Will RGIII be under center in Week 1 of the 2015 season?
The Redskins are swinging big to add to their personnel department. Former 49ers general manager and Seahawks executive Scot McCloughan has agreed to be Washington’s new general manager, per Albert Breer.
The Redskins are on the hunt to upgrade their embattled front office. Ian Rapoport reports that Washington reached out to respected personnel man Scot McCloughan about joining the team.
The Washington Redskins will hire Chargers linebackers coach Joe Barry as their defensive coordinator. Barry has been in San Diego since 2011.