Scot McCloughan didn’t get to ease his way into his new position as general manager of the Washington Redskins.
His exit comes a day after the team informed outside linebackers coach Brian Baker that he would not return.
Joe Barry said of the two-week wait between his interview and hiring as defensive coordinator: "I don’t get caught up with a lot of stuff. ... I just wanted to go in, represent Joe Barry and compete for the job."
After reinventing himself after trying first stint as a defensive coordinator, Barry insists struggles made him better.
Mike Jones is in Mobile as NFL prospects aim to impress Redskins and others, and improve their draft stock.
Outside linebackers coach will not keep his position under new defensive coordinator Joe Barry.
College prospects are aiming to show NFL teams that they should be drafted; Mike Jones has some highlights from the North team's morning practice.
Washington's new coordinator has experience in multiple types of defenses, but the one-gap 3-4 that Jay Gruden wants might not be all that different from what Wade Phillips would run.
By Mark Bullock |
Jay Gruden says the Redskins will continue to use a 3-4 defensive front, but mix up how they deploy it. Plus some early thoughts on which assistants and players stay.
Washington's coach explains what appealed to him about the man he chose to be the new defensive coordinator.