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Two months ago, former Redskins defensive lineman Phillip Daniels spoke out about two Redskins players failing drug tests. Now the Redskins have hired Daniels as their director of player development. Daniels, whose 15-year NFL career ended when he was cut by the Redskins in training camp, was vocal about being disappointed in Redskins tight end…
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The Washington Redskins named veteran defensive end Philip Daniels as the team's director of player development.
Daniels spent the past six seasons with the Redskins, registering 21 tackles and two sacks in 2010 - his final season.
He amassed 62.0 sacks in 201 career games, including a career-high 9.0 on two occasions.
Several folks have inquired about the Jabar Gaffney and Brandon Lloyd trades in the wake of the Broncos' struggles in the passing game down the stretch.
When you're the defensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins nothing you say is off the record. For Jim Haslett, that includes morning conversations at the Hampton Roads' Embassy Suites.
Mike Florio looks at the drama surrounding Peyton Manning and Colts’ owner Jim Irsay, Clinton Portis’ comeback try, and free agent tampering in the NFL.
Mike Florio looks at the drama surrounding Peyton Manning and Colts' owner Jim Irsay, Clinton Portis' comeback try, and free agent tampering in the NFL. (NBC Sports)