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Redskins 2014 Coaching Staff Fact Sheet

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on February 4, 2014 – 4:18 pm

The Redskins introduced three more coaches Tuesday afternoon, finalizing rookie head coach Jay Gruden’s inaugural staff.

Between Gruden and the team’s coordinators, position coaches and their assistants, the group has more than 130 years of combined experience in NFL coaching or scouting. Eight of 16 coaches are younger than 40. Four coaches come to Washington from collegiate stints.

Take a look:




Jan. 9, 2014: Redskins Introduce Head Coach Jay Gruden

Jan. 15, 2014: Sean McVay Named Offensive Coordinator

Jan. 15, 2014: Brian Baker Named Outside Linebacker Coach

Jan. 15, 2014: Ben Kotwica Brought In For Special Teams

Jan. 16, 2014: Kirk Olivadotti Tabbed For Inside Linebackers

Jan. 16, 2014: Ike Hilliard Returns To Coach Wide Receivers

Jan. 16, 2014: Raheem Morris Retained For Defensive Backs

Jan. 16, 2014: Jacob Burney Retained For Defensive Line

Jan. 17, 2014: Three More Assistant Coaches In The Fold

Jan. 26, 2014: UNC’s Randy Jordan To Coach Running Backs

Feb. 4, 2014: Redskins Finalize 2014 Coaching Staff



Walk With Jay Gruden Through His First Day At Redskins Park

‘Everyone Likes’ Sean McVay

Timeline: Outside Linebackers Coach Brian Baker

Kirk Olivadotti Fostered NFL Linebackers At Georgia

Wade Phillips A Proud Papa



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3 Responses to “Redskins 2014 Coaching Staff Fact Sheet”

  1. By cease28 on Feb 4, 2014 | Reply

    This young group if coaches I feel Wil bring a different type of energy to the team and we will see it on the field of play. HTTR.

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