The Washington Redskins on Thursday added another member to Jay Gruden’s staff, signing Shane Day to serve as assistant offensive line coach, a person familiar with the situation confirmed.
Day spent the last two seasons as Connecticut’s quarterbacks coach, and prior to that, coached the Chicago Bears’ quarterbacks for two seasons.
Day replaces Chris Morgan, whom Gruden dismissed last week. Day will work under offensive line coach Chris Foerster, who enters his fifth season with the Redskins, and 21st in the NFL.
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