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Daily Slop: Redskins Hire Jack Del Rio, Will Shift Defense to 4-3; Chad Johnson wants Ron Rivera to call him

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Ron Rivera hiring in Washington could be a game-changer in NFL — The Undefeated
ASHBURN, Va. – The latest reboot of Washington’s NFL franchise is like none before, with a head coach of color empowered to lead the team. And if Ron Rivera suc…

Redskins Hire Jack Del Rio, Will Shift Defense to 4-3; Callahan Won't Return | Rated Redskins Radio
The Washington Redskins officially announced the hiring of Head Coach Ron Rivera and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio.

3 questions for Ron Rivera as he takes over Redskins head coach | NBC Sports Washington
Ron Rivera officially takes over the Redskins head coach job on Thursday and while his arrival comes with much excitement for Redskins fans, serious questions remain.

The one key thing Jack Del Rio has that past Redskins defensive coordinators didn't | NBC Sports Washington
Jack Del Rio is the Redskins' new defensive coordinator, and he has one quality that the team's recent leaders of that unit didn't. Hopefully, it'll lead to more success for Washington.

Ron Rivera let Cam Newton be Cam Newton, and that's great news for Dwayne Haskins | NBC Sports Washington
With Ron Rivera on board with the Redskins, rookie QB Dwayne Haskins should finally have the full support of his head coach. Ask Cam Newton how much that means.

Five Things To Know About New Redskins Head Coach Ron Rivera
The team announced the hiring of Rivera on Wednesday morning.

Chad Johnson wants Ron Rivera to call him and Dwayne Haskins seems excited about the idea | NBC Sports Washington
It appears Chad Johnson wants to return to the NFL as a coach and Dwayne Haskins is seemingly on board.

Steven Sims Started His Rookie Year As A Special Teams Specialist. He Ended It As A Mainstay On Offense
Sims finished the season third in targets, fourth in receiving yards and the only player in the NFL with a rushing touchdown, receiving touchdown and kickoff return touchdown.

Jay Gruden was ready for the Redskins to let him go | NBC Sports Washington
Jay Gruden knew his firing was coming after a dismal start to the season.