If the way the Redskins new coach used Jermaine Gresham in Cincinnati is any indication, Jordan Reed will line up in different spots, and affect the defense even when he isn't catching the ball.
A potential addition to Jay Gruden's staff instead stays in Cincinnati to replace Mike Zimmer as defensive coordinator.
Paul Guenther is a man in demand, as the Vikings, Redskins and Bengals are all interested in the Cincinnati linebackers coach.
If Zimmer winds up with the Vikings, that likely would lead to Bengals linebackers coach Paul Guenther replacing him as Cincinnati's defensive coordinator.
He would replace Mike Zimmer as Cincinnati's defensive coordinator if Zimmer gets a head coaching job, but could join the Redskins if Zimmer remains with the Bengals.
Bengals offensive coordinator is given a five-year deal to succeed the fired Mike Shanahan, and will be introduced at 4 p.m.
Gruden, 46, has transitioned from prolific Arena Football League quarterback to successful offensive coordinator
Bengals offensive coordinator also scheduled to meet Tuesday with Titans, Thursday with Vikings.
Coaching candidate has ties, through Buccaneers, to some in Redskins organization, including GM Bruce Allen.
Cincinnati's playoff loss means assistants are eligible to talk to other clubs.