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Daily Slop: Jay Gruden could retain Haslett and Morris, Sean McVay could be Offensive Coordinator; Portis on the Redskins and Anonymous Sources

A look at the top Redskins stories around the web


Jay Gruden could retain Jim Haslett, Raheem Morris; Sean McVay could be offensive coordinator
Two sources said Thursday that new coach Jay Gruden could retain Jim Haslett as defensive coordinator or promote him to an assistant head coaching level, which would elevate defensive backs coach Raheem Morris to defensive coordinator.

Wide receiver Pierre Garcon on Washington Redskins: 'It's going to get better' - NFL Videos
Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon joins the "NFL Total Access" crew to shed light on his team's difficult 2013 and discuss why he is confident better days lie ahead for the franchise and quarterback Robert Griffin III.

Pros and Cons of Jay Gruden as the Redskins Coach |

A look at the positives and negatives of Jay Gruden

Redskins sign another RG III teammate - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins added yet another college teammate of quarterback Robert Griffin III, signing receiver David Gettis to a reserve-futures contr

Chick fil-A compliments Alfred Morris

Jay Gruden Hired as new Washington Redskins Head Coach
The Washington Redskins ended their coaching search Thursday with the hiring of former Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator (since 2011) Jay Gruden.

The Redskins Blog | Santana Moss: ‘Cowboy Killer’

Balance Important For Any Coaching Staff
The traditional path to head coach runs through the coordinator positions, but former GM Charley Casserly argues that coaches must be careful to balance their staffs.

Redskins sign center Kevin Kowalski

Clinton Portis on the Redskins and anonymous sources
"Now it’s all of a sudden a trust issue within, because you don’t know who’s saying what," Portis continued. "It’s always sources say. And I think that’s the quickest way to tear down a locker room. You have so many reporters from the Washington Redskins putting out a story, and all of it is sources say. And you’re looking around like, ‘How many people can talk to the media?’ And guys that you see talking to the media, you’re like well, I don’t THINK he said it. But all of a sudden it just becomes so many questions of who in this locker room is throwing me under the bus.

Photos of the Redskins’ new cafeteria
We’ve seen plenty of photos of all the main characters in this year’s Redskins power struggle: Daniel Snyder, Mike Shanahan, Kyle Shanahan, Bruce Allen, Robert Griffin III, Robert Griffin II, and on and on. Except one character has remained behind a cloak of mystery for months: the Redskins’ cafeteria.

The Character Assassination of Robert Griffin III
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III finds himself amidst a whirlwind of controversy and anonymous report deaming his character.

Chip Kelly ‘wasn’t confident’ his offensive system would work in the NFL | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Chip Kelly's first year in Philadelphia was a great success. The Eagles were second in the NFL in yards, behind a Denver Broncos team that had arguably the greatest offense ever. They were fourth in points. They led the NFL … Continue reading →

Report: Aaron Hernandez was in SUV that circled 2012 homicide victims before their deaths | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: New evidence from a recently released warrant indicated why former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been named as a suspect in a 2012 double homicide, according to a Hartford Courant report.