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    Jerry Gray added as Redskins d-backs coach.

    Wow what a staff that is being put together in Washington. Saw the news reported on a ticker. Heres the link if needed.

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/3621596.html


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    Re: Jerry Gray added as Redskins d-backs coach.

    Redskins | Gray officially hired
    Mon, 30 Jan 2006 16:41:57 -0800

    Gary Fitzgerald, of Redskins.com, reports the Washington Redskins have officially hired Jerry Gray as secondary-cornerbacks coach. Gray brings more than 18 years of NFL experience to Washington, including the last five seasons as defensive coordinator with the Buffalo Bills.
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    Re: Jerry Gray added as Redskins d-backs coach.

    Wouldn't you like to have Daniel Snyder as your personnal shopper?

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    Re: Jerry Gray added as Redskins d-backs coach.

    I can't believe that the RAMS haven't brought in Rod Perry to coach the secondary.
    JUST WIN ONE FOR THE FANS


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    Re: Jerry Gray added as Redskins d-backs coach.

    What about Anneas Williams where has he gone? He would be an awsome secondary coach?
    LET'S GO DODGERS

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    My concern about Haslett

    This was my concern about Haslett (or any other ex-head coach). They feel loyalty to the staff they hired (and were fired when they were fired), so instead of the best staff available, they hire the guys on their previous staff. If you hire a DC that isn't a head coach, I think they are more prone to try to hire the best available, rather than guys on their old staff.

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    Re: My concern about Haslett

    Quote Originally Posted by ramhard
    This was my concern about Haslett (or any other ex-head coach). They feel loyalty to the staff they hired (and were fired when they were fired), so instead of the best staff available, they hire the guys on their previous staff. If you hire a DC that isn't a head coach, I think they are more prone to try to hire the best available, rather than guys on their old staff.
    Best available does not always translate to best fit. I would guess Haslett is opting for assistants he feels will best help him to implement his vision.

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