The major hires are in place, but three important openings remain on the Redskins defensive coaching staff.
Redskins’ secondary coach Raheem Morris has reportedly verbally accepted an Assistant Head Coach position with the Atlanta Falcons.
While watching Seattle’s top-ranked defense throttle Denver’s record-setting offense in Super Bowl XLVIII a week ago last night, Washington fans received an emphatic example of the importance of a superb secondary. Expecting the Redskins to […]
The Washington Redskins confirmed Thursday former University of Georgia assistant Kirk Olivadotti is returning to the franchise as inside linebackers coach.
Washington’s secondary coach Raheem Morris calls Brandon Meriweather the Redskins’ “intimidator” and “barnyard bully” in reference to his forceful play as of late, in this interview with 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen.
Kyle Shanahan and Raheem Morris go way back and the defensive backs love him as a coach. But what the new defensive backs coach has in personality, he lacks in delivering a clear message to his position players through three games this season.
If you ask DeAngelo Hall, Brandon Meriweather, Tanard Jackson and others, Raheem Morris is the only man who can coach the self-anointed band of misfits that make up the Washington Redskins secondary.
On an improved defense last season, the Washington Redskins’ safety play was still a weak link.
Listen here to what Redskins Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan, Defensive Coordinator Jim Haslett & Defensive Backs Coach Raheem Morris had to say today about how the team is shaping up for the 2012 season.