As if they didn’t have enough problems after being humiliated on national television during last week’s 31-16 loss at Dallas, Washington’s NFL-worst special teams coverage units now have to deal with Chicago’s record-setting return man Devin Hester on Sunday.
Redskins linebacker Bryan Kehl, who went down for the season against the Cowboys, says Washington’s special teams lacks the ‘want to’ to be successful.
Although the Washington Redskins have a new special teams coach in Keith Burns, the unit is hardly starting over. Plenty of familiar faces are returning.
After nine seasons the Washington Redskins have a new man at the helm of their special teams unit. But, as Reed Doughty says, ‘change can be good.’
The Washington Redskins are turning to a former area high school football star to take over as special teams coordinator.