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Old 01-13-2010, 03:10 AM   #166
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You on staff with them now SBXVII? lol
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Old 01-13-2010, 08:47 AM   #167
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NFL.com Blogs » Blog Archive Redskins hire Haslett to run defense «

Former Saints coach Jim Haslett has signed a three-year contract to become the Redskins’ defensive coordinator, according to league sources.

Haslett takes over for Greg Blache, who is expected to retire, and joins new coach Mike Shanahan’s staff. Haslett interviewed with Washington on Monday and had been scheduled to interview in New York for the Giants’ defensive coordinator job later this week.

Look for Haslett to invoke lots of 3-4 elements in this defense — Shanahan reportedly is intrigued by that scheme. Haslett could bring defensive line coach Tim Krumrie with him, but the Redskins also interviewed former Giants assistant Mike Waufle as a defensive line coach candidate Monday, at a time when Haslett also was interviewing. Longtime Shanahan associate Bob Slowik will be a part of the staff as well, sources said, likely coaching in the secondary in some capacity.

Sources said Rick Venturi is a strong candidate to be the Redskins’ linebackers coach, and the team also has asked for and been granted permission to interview Lou Spanos, who spent the last 15 years as an assistant linebackers coach with the Steelers, who run a 3-4 defense (Haslett ran a 3-4 when he coached in Pittsburgh as well).

Current secondary coach Jerry Gray, who interviewed for the Redskins’ defensive coordinator and head-coaching jobs but received neither, is a candidate to remain on staff. Redskins safeties coach Steve Jackson, who interviewed to remain on staff in some capacity Tuesday, also could stay.
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Old 01-13-2010, 09:01 AM   #168
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You on staff with them now SBXVII? lol
Nope. Just thought it was pretty easy to see laid out and organized.
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:19 AM   #169
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NFL.com Blogs » Blog Archive Redskins hire Haslett to run defense «

Former Saints coach Jim Haslett has signed a three-year contract to become the Redskins’ defensive coordinator, according to league sources.

Haslett takes over for Greg Blache, who is expected to retire, and joins new coach Mike Shanahan’s staff. Haslett interviewed with Washington on Monday and had been scheduled to interview in New York for the Giants’ defensive coordinator job later this week.

Look for Haslett to invoke lots of 3-4 elements in this defense — Shanahan reportedly is intrigued by that scheme. Haslett could bring defensive line coach Tim Krumrie with him, but the Redskins also interviewed former Giants assistant Mike Waufle as a defensive line coach candidate Monday, at a time when Haslett also was interviewing. Longtime Shanahan associate Bob Slowik will be a part of the staff as well, sources said, likely coaching in the secondary in some capacity.

Sources said Rick Venturi is a strong candidate to be the Redskins’ linebackers coach, and the team also has asked for and been granted permission to interview Lou Spanos, who spent the last 15 years as an assistant linebackers coach with the Steelers, who run a 3-4 defense (Haslett ran a 3-4 when he coached in Pittsburgh as well).

Current secondary coach Jerry Gray, who interviewed for the Redskins’ defensive coordinator and head-coaching jobs but received neither, is a candidate to remain on staff. Redskins safeties coach Steve Jackson, who interviewed to remain on staff in some capacity Tuesday, also could stay.
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:21 AM   #170
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They need to drop Alex Gibbs from that list
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:27 AM   #171
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Venturi is a major head-scratcher - perhaps Olivadotti didn't want the job or they didnt feel he was qualified to coach 3-4 linebackers? It just said he was a candidate, so perhaps they're just doing due dilligence and interviewing a variety of guys - nothing wrong with that Spanos wouldn't be a bad choice, although i've always like olivadotti - there was a really nice piece on him at redskins.com a while back. he was someone that seemed like an eventual DC candidate.

I'm also confused as to how Slowick and Grey could both be on the staff, as they both coach the secondary. Maybe Slowick would just be a consultant of some sort?
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:43 AM   #172
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So who will do our special teams?
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:46 AM   #173
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From what I understand Smith is still a strong possibility to keep the ST job. April wants a lot of money. A looooootttttt
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From what I understand Smith is still a strong possibility to keep the ST job. April wants a lot of money. A looooootttttt
If April removes ARE from Special Teams entirely (assuming he remains on the team at all) then he'll be worth every penny. Although I have to say Smith was the best coordinator - by far - that we've had on our team the past 2 years.
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:22 PM   #175
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Chris Meidt is staying...good news for Campbell fans I think. Not sure what his job will be but he might be the QB coach
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NFL.com Blogs » Blog Archive Redskins hire Haslett to run defense «

Former Saints coach Jim Haslett has signed a three-year contract to become the Redskins’ defensive coordinator, according to league sources.

Haslett takes over for Greg Blache, who is expected to retire, and joins new coach Mike Shanahan’s staff. Haslett interviewed with Washington on Monday and had been scheduled to interview in New York for the Giants’ defensive coordinator job later this week.

Look for Haslett to invoke lots of 3-4 elements in this defense — Shanahan reportedly is intrigued by that scheme. Haslett could bring defensive line coach Tim Krumrie with him, but the Redskins also interviewed former Giants assistant Mike Waufle as a defensive line coach candidate Monday, at a time when Haslett also was interviewing. Longtime Shanahan associate Bob Slowik will be a part of the staff as well, sources said, likely coaching in the secondary in some capacity.

Sources said Rick Venturi is a strong candidate to be the Redskins’ linebackers coach, and the team also has asked for and been granted permission to interview Lou Spanos, who spent the last 15 years as an assistant linebackers coach with the Steelers, who run a 3-4 defense (Haslett ran a 3-4 when he coached in Pittsburgh as well).

Current secondary coach Jerry Gray, who interviewed for the Redskins’ defensive coordinator and head-coaching jobs but received neither, is a candidate to remain on staff. Redskins safeties coach Steve Jackson, who interviewed to remain on staff in some capacity Tuesday, also could stay.
Everyone sounds down on Venturi, Maybe Spanos would be better, plus he's worked with Haslett before.
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They need to drop Alex Gibbs from that list
Yeah I don't know why he's still on their board.

Does anyone know of other OL coach's that know or teach zone blocking/cut blocking? Can someone provide a list of names? I just don't know of any other NFL coach's and I don't follow college ball to know of any up and commers.
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Redskins coaching staff reports (Meidt retained)

Chris Meidt to be retained, Bobby Turner coming to DC

Does Meidt mean the return of Campbell?
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Yeah I don't know why he's still on their board.

Does anyone know of other OL coach's that know or teach zone blocking/cut blocking? Can someone provide a list of names? I just don't know of any other NFL coach's and I don't follow college ball to know of any up and commers.
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Two words...Jeff Jagodzinski
Wasn't he a college coach at one time? i want to say BC head coach a few years ago but it might be wrong but his name sounds familiar.
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