The Washington Redskins, after a 4-12 2014 season, are “winning off the field,” says team president and general manager Bruce Allen.
The Washington Redskins and defensive coordinator Jim Haslett have “mutually agreed to part ways,” the team has announced.
Redskins’ GM Bruce Allen has two easy, but major decisions to make in the offseason: Fire defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and fire himself as head of personnel, Rick Snider writes.
Ryan Clark defends Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and rips former players for saying “really classless, inappropriate, spineless, disrespectful things.”
Jim Haslett is “proof that the difference between being a defensive coordinator/head coach in this NFL, and being a P.E. teacher in some high school, is very slim,” said NFL reporter Jason Cole at the mere mention of Haslett’s name, after 8 full seconds of hearty laughter.
Chris Simms defended London Fletcher for his ‘backstabbing’ remarks about his former defensive coordinator, saying, “If anybody in the NFL had it coming to them, it was Jim Haslett.”
Radio host Eric Bickel tells London Fletcher he’s “a phony” and “a backstabber” for recently remarking that his former Redskins defensive coordinator is a “backstabber.” Listen to the interview in full here.
London Fletcher wonders why Jim Haslett is still employed as the Redskins defensive coordinator, but figures, “he’s probably backstabbing Jay Gruden like he did everybody else.”
You’d be hard-pressed to find a bigger Jim Haslett apologist, following a game in which the Redskins gave up 487 total yards and 6 touchdowns to the Indianapolis Colts, than Andy Benoit of The MMQB.
Jay Gruden may be facing the toughest decision of his coaching career – whether or not to fire his mentor, Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.