Report: Jay Gruden leader for Redskins job | Comcast SportsNet Washington
It is thought that the Redskins would like to have an offense-minded head coach in charge of the development of quarterback Robert Griffin III, considered to be the team’s prime asset on the roster. That could give Gruden an edge over other candidates such as Mike Zimmer, Gruden’s opposite number as Cincinnati’s defensive coordinator.
A look at the risks for the Redskins to wait to hire their coach from a Super Bowl team.
Need to Know: Five things the Redskins must do better in 2014 | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Sunday, January 5, 65 days before the start of free agency. Offense or defense? How about neither? Here are five numbers the Redskins’ new coach is going to work to improve in 2014: 1. Defensive passing yards per play: Redskins 7.58, NFL average 6.
Sizing up the Redskins' candidates: Rich Bisaccia - ESPN
Redskins have Rich Bisaccia on their list of coaches to interview, according to ESPN's John Clayton
Redskins keeping open mind in post-Shanahan search - Washington Times
Hours after Mike Shanahan was fired, general manager Bruce Allen said Monday the search for his replacement would begin immediately and noted that the "open list" would include candidates from the professional and collegiate ranks.
Redskins to Interview Giants’ Fewell on Monday " CBS DC
Perry Fewell's interview for the Washington Redskins coaching job has been set for Monday.
NFL playoffs first round Winners and Losers: Wild-card teams almost sweep the first four games | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Home-field advantage in the NFL playoffs doesn't matter much anymore. The only road team to lose on the first weekend of the playoffs was the Chiefs, who led by 28 points and let it slip away. We were one amazing … Continue reading →