Greg Manusky is returning, but Redskins' need for change remains - NFC East- ESPN
It wasn't a great look for the Redskins to talk to the top defensive coordinators on the job market, but perhaps they learned something of value.
Greg Manusky expected to return as Redskins defensive coordinator: Report - Washington Times
Greg Manusky is expected to return as the Redskins' defensive coordinator -- despite the team talking to three other coaches who possibly could have taken over the job.
Jonathan Allen's take on D.J. Swearinger's criticism | NBC Sports Washington
D.J. Swearinger was released by the Redskins in December following public criticisms of defensive coordinator Greg Manusky's play-calling.
With his rookie contract in rearview mirror, what's next for Redskins WR Jamison Crowder? | NBC Sports Washington
"Yeah, I guess you could say it's a little weird. I just don't know, you know, what's going to happen right now. I just have to kind of wait and see what's going on."
Despite the unpredictable nature of Crowder's situation, he didn't mince his words on where his hopes lie going forward.
"I have a really high-interest level in coming back."
When I knew: Redskins' Chris Thompson on his journey from untouchable runner to the NFL | NBC Sports Washington
Chris Thompson initially shied away from football. Who wants to get hit? Then the future Washington Redskins running back realized nobody could catch him on the field.
Redskins are keeping Greg Manusky, and they swear it's not because the other guys said no | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins will retain Greg Manusky, ending an awkward process that they'll promise was totally by design. Here's how to feel about the entire situation.
You're going to love Chris Thompson's story about the time he first met Adrian Peterson | NBC Sports Washington
Chris Thompson's first meeting with Adrian Peterson didn't go exactly as Thompson was planning. On Wednesday, he shared the hilarious but embarrassing details.