Redskins defensive backs coach will become Atlanta's assistant head coach/director of pass defense.
Outside linebackers coach will not keep his position under new defensive coordinator Joe Barry.
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.
Multiple people said Wednesday morning that no new defensive coordinator has been chosen, but if the job eventually goes to Barry, here are some things to consider.
Mike Jones answers reader questions about the defensive coordinator race, and how things could play out this offseason, particularly at quarterback.
Redskins defensive backs coach Raheem Morris today will meet with coach Jay Gruden about the possibility of taking over as defensive coordinator.
The Giants have requested permission to interview Redskins secondary coach Raheem Morris for their vacant defensive coordinator position.
The longtime NFL coach will interview early next week, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
San Francisco's Ed Donatell and San Diego's Joe Barry are candidates, while Wade Phillips and Vic Fangio could be in the mix as well.
Washington's emphasis on “off” coverage, rather than press, helping secondary avoid rash of penalities.