The Redskins have lost another position coach on defense. Defensive Backs Coach Torrian Gray is returning to the University of Florida. It was reported two weeks ago that the Redskins were going to move on from Gray, but nothing was official. Wahington interviewed former Denver Broncos Defensive Coordinator Joe Woods for their not-yet-open DBs coach job, but he went to the 49ers instead.
Torrian Gray spent the last two seasons with the Redskins after spending one season at Florida, and 10 seasons at Virginia Tech. The Redskins want someone else to work with their collection of mid-late rounds picks in their secondary.
SOURCE: Torrian Gray is headed back to Florida as defensive backs coach. Gray, who held the same post with the Gators in 2016, spent the past two seasons coaching the Washington Redskins secondary. He was in the mix for other Power 5 opportunities but... https://t.co/uTgWrYUUwN— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) January 21, 2019
The Redskins have lost another coach from their defensive staff. Torrian Gray has accepted a job as the defensive backs coach at Florida per sources. Gray had served as the Redskins' secondary coach the past two years. But the Redskins had wanted to upgrade, someone who could...— John Keim (@john_keim) January 21, 2019
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