The Washington Post

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.

The linebacker has become more versatile as a pass-rusher in fourth season.

Washington’s ailing, aging defensive line needs to summon speed, physicality to rattle Colts’ third-year quarterback.

Now that he has gotten the chance to work with his three top pass rusher, Brian Baker explains how he expects to get them to improve, and how they might be used.

As Saturday morning’s practice session at the Redskins’ rookie minicamp wrapped up and players trickled off the field for their lunch breaks, outside linebackers coach Brian Baker pulled Trent Murphy aside for some one-on-one tutoring.

Jay Gruden wanted to find coaches he had worked with in the past, and others from a wide range of backgrounds.

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said that he’s inclined to let linebacker Brian Orakpo play out his franchise tag this season so evaluations can continue before the team commits big money to the fifth-year pro.

Taking questions for an hour, the first-year head coach discussed a wide range of topics from the QB to his staff and everything in between.

The Redskins announced on Wednesday that they have hired former Cleveland Browns assistant Brian Baker to coach their outside linebackers.

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