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The Washington Redskins have announced the hiring of Raheem Morris as a defensive backs coach.
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The Washington Redskins
have announced the hiring of Raheem Morris as a defensive backs coach.
Raheem Morris stood on the 30-yard line during a Senior Bowl workout at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Tuesday afternoon barking out orders, encouragement and instruction to a group of South squad defensive backs.
Yesterday evening, the Redskins announced that long-time Giants and Buccaneers receiver Isaac “Ike” Hilliard would be taking over the reins at wide receivers coach on the staff.
Now, we can finally ‘Like Ike.’
Hilliard was a first round (7th overall) pick by the Giants in 1997. Over the course of his career, he had 546 receptions for 6,397 yards and 35 touchdowns...
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Late Friday afternoon, we announced right here on Redskins.com that the Redskins practice bubble was finally off the ground. As of closing time at Redskins Park, she wasn’t quite off the ground. As of sundown, she was still rising. When the snow began, she was standing tall, and by morning the bubble had risen to a proud 96 feet.
The bubble now dominates...
UGA's Brandon Boykin taking a break during Monday's practice. (D. Orlando Ledbetter/Dledbetter@ajc.com)
– Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykin had a strong first practice for the South team. He drew praise for Redskins defensive back coach Raheem Morris after breaking up one pass.
“Nice job Boykin, way to get down hill,” Morris said.
Boykin has interviewed...
MOBILE, Ala. - The Redskins have hired former NFL wideout Ike Hilliard to coach their receivers, Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Monday.
Hilliard, who played for the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1997 to 2008, replaces Keenan McCardell, who the team did not rehire.
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Ike Hilliard is the new receivers coach for the Washington Redskins.
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