The Washington Redskins have added former NY Giants and Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and Chad Grimm, the son of former Redskins great Russ Grimm, to their coaching staff.
Fewell will coach the secondary, replacing Raheem Morris, who left for a coaching job with the Atlanta Falcons.
Fewell spent five seasons as the defensive coordinator of the New York Giants,...
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The Washington Redskins are now in need of a defensive backs coach after Raheem Morris accepted an offer from the Atlanta Falcons to become their assistant head coach. The Redskins search has turned to former New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell. According to multiple reports, Fewell interviewed Monday with the...
Before getting into the draft, some comic relief courtesy of Scott Reynolds of PewterReport.com. In the SR Fab 5 which is mandatory reading for all Bucs fans weekly on Fridays, Scott recalled a funny moment with former Bucs Head Coach Raheem Morris. It goes like this….
It was November 1, 2010, and I received a phone call from one upset Bucs head coach in Raheem Morris. Tampa Bay...
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Despite the rumors of the Washington Redskins insisting on Raheem Morris being a part of the next defensive coaching staff, the Redskins have granted permission for Morris to interview with the Atlanta Falcons.
Shortly after Vic Fangio was announced as the defensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears, and the Redskins named Joe Barry as their defensive...
The Washington Redskins have granted defensive backs coach Raheem Morris permission to interview for the Atlanta Falcons head coaching vacancy, according to multiple reports.
The Falcons is reportedly are also interested in Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to fill the head coaching void, but coaches on teams still in the playoffs are not allowed to be hired until...
The Washington Redskins interviewed current secondary coach Raheem Morris today for the vacant Defensive Coordinator position. Morris has been the secondary coach in DC for the past two seasons and was a former defensive coordinator and head coach with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Morris has also drawn interest from the New York Giants in their search for a Defensive Coordinator...
The Bucs were under heat…they were 1-12 and both Offensive and Defensive Coordinators had been fired. Raheem Morris seemed over his head, But the team was behind their coach 100%. Josh Freeman looked like the real deal, and the defense was showing signs of playing better, but the Bucs were still losing.
Then, in Seattle, the Bucs put it all together and shocked the world.
Here’s Redskins secondary coach Raheem Morris on what he thinks about math, stats, numbers, data, analysis, facts, universal laws, what have you (Vine via @BuzzFeedSports):
Read and/or watch the full interview with Larry Michael, if you can stand it.
Kirk Olivadotti is returning to the Washington Redskins as inside linebackers coach, and new coach Jay Gruden is retaining Raheem Morris as defensive backs coach and Jacob Burney as defensive line coach.
The Redskins announced the moves Thursday.
Olivadotti spent 11 seasons with the Redskins from 2000-10 and worked the last three years as inside linebacker coach at the University...
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January 16, 2014
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Washington Redskins Executive Vice President Bruce Allen said in the 2PM presser that a few assistant coaches would remain on staff, and their fates would be decided by the next head coach. It appears the assistant coaches to stay are:
Defensive Coordinator Jim Haslett
Secondary Coach Raheem Morris
Defensive Line Coach Jacob Burney
Offensive Line Coach Chris Foerster