Scott Turner, son of former Redskins Coach Norv Turner, says it’s “pretty surreal” to be back in the Washington area.

Washington's new defensive coordinator is not impressed by what he's seen from last year's group

The group of assistants includes just two holdovers from Washington's previous coaching staff.

New Redskins coach Ron Rivera continues to overhaul the front office. Smith previously was the team's college scouting director.

Shanahan was the offensive coordinator and LaFleur was the quarterbacks coach in Washington from 2010 to 2013.

Del Rio says improvement for a unit that ranked 27th in total defense in 2019 will require “digging in.”

The moves announced Thursday also clear room for new Washington Coach Ron Rivera to potentially hire a general manager.

The Redskins’ new coach, who said little about Haskins at his introductory news conference, prioritized experience and adding offensive playmakers after the Panthers drafted Cam Newton with the No. 1 pick in 2011.

Washington's new offensive coordinator spent his summers at training camp when his dad, Norv, coached the Redskins.

Turner worked for new Redskins coach Ron Rivera while with the Carolina Panthers.

Can Washington bring back Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff? What will happen with Ryan Kerrigan and Josh Norman?

Washington owner Daniel Snyder made bringing in Kevin Wilk, a renowned physical therapist, a priority.

Rivera is close to filling several spots on his staff, though the offensive coordinator position remains open. The structure of the front office is less certain.

The new coach wants the former Pro Bowl left tackle back in the fold. Bringing on a new trainer could be a first step.

Washington is in need of an offensive coordinator and has the option of retaining incumbent Kevin O'Connell, who is a potential candidate for other teams.

The "SportsCenter" host is encouraged by Bruce Allen's dismissal and Ron Rivera's hiring.

A coach who believes in family, Ron Rivera attempts to mend a house of dysfunction.

The two defensive-minded coaches plan to bring discipline, leadership to talented but underachieving unit.

The Redskins' new coach said owner Daniel Snyder wants to follow the model of successful franchises such as New England, Seattle and Kansas City, where head coaches have power over personnel decisions.

  • Perspective

The Redskins are in better shape than they were a week ago but remain haunted by history.

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