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2019 Schedule
3-13, 4th in NFC East

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins assistant coaching hires that are official so far: Scott Turner (OC), Jack Del Rio (DC), John Matsko (OL), Chris Harris (DBs), Pete Hoener (TEs), Ben Jacobs (assistant STs, Sam Mills (DL), Jim Hostler (WRs), Vincent Rivera (quality control), Brett Nenaber (director of athletic performance), Richard Rodgers (assistant DBs), Drew Terrell (assistant WRs), Brent Vieselmeyer (assistant LB/nickelbacks), Travelle Wharton (assistant OL), Luke Del Rio (quality control), Steve Russ (LBs).

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins promoted Kyle Smith to vice president of player personnel, continuing a remake of their front office under new coach Ron Rivera. He'll oversee both the pro and college personnel departments; it's similar to what Doug Williams had been doing. Smith had served as the director of college scouting since June of 2017. The Redskins have a strong base of players under 25 years old. Smith has been with the Redskins for 10 years, starting as an intern in 2010.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins have hired Rob Rogers who had been with Ron Rivera in Carolina as their main salary cap expert and also dealt with analytics. The Redskins parted ways with long time cap guru Eric Schaffer today.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins have parted ways with longtime executive Eric Schaffer, a move he confirmed via text. Schaffer spent 17 years with the organization, rising up to become their senior vice president of football operations/general counsel. He drew praise for how he handled their salary cap and contract negotations. He was expected to leave in May after failing to reach an agreement about a new role under Ron Rivera. "I'm excited about the future," Schaffer said. NFL Network first reported his ouster.

Could Brady to Chargers, Redskins making playoffs happen next season? (0:52)
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15dJohn Keim

Redskins have new OC, son of ex-coach Turner

New Redskins coach Ron Rivera has hired Scott Turner, one of his former assistant with Panthers, as his offensive coordinator. Turner is the son of former Redskins head coach Norv Turner.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins will have to learn his second offense in as many years now that Kevin O'Connell is free to pursue other jobs —and with Scott Turner coming on board as the new coordinator per sources and multiple reports. Turner spent the last four games in 2019 as Carolina's offensive coordinator. He was the Panthers' quarterbacks coach in 2018-19 and served in the same role with Minnesota from 2014-16.

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18dAdam Schefter

Sources: Redskins eyed Rick Smith as president

The Redskins came close to hiring Rick Smith as their team president before Daniel Snyder ultimately decided to hire Ron Rivera as coach and have him run the organization, according to sources.

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20dJohn Keim

Culture change a priority for Rivera, Redskins

Ron Rivera was seeking the right fit with his next destination, while the Washington Redskins were seeking a culture change. As a new era began Thursday in D.C., both sides appeared up for the challenge.

Rivera excited to be part of the Redskins organization (2:06)
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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

It'll be interesting to see what happens with Ryan Kerrigan as the Redskins move to a 4-3 base. Montez Sweat just finished his rookie season; they might draft Chase Young at No. 2. Kerrigan has one year left on his contract with a base salary of $11.5 million. At one point there was talk of a possible extension, but that was a different regime. As for playing in a 4-3, Kerrigan said, “I'm comfortable in it. I did it my whole life until I got here. A lot of guys have success in that.”

Team Stats

Passing Yards175.832nd
Rushing Yards98.922nd
Points For16.632nd
Points Against27.2