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--Cincinnati Bengals linebackers coach Paul Guenther looks to become the new Bengals defensive coordinator now that Mike Zimmer has left for Minnesota. According to reports, Guenther was an option to come to Washington and join Jay Gruden as a linebackers coach.
--A look at newly appointed special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica. Kotwica will be entering his eighth NFL season after spending his first seven with the New York Jets.
--Brian Baker was named the new coach of the outside linebackers on Wednesday. Baker held the same position with the Cleveland Browns and looks to help improve linebackers
--Five interesting notes on new offensive coordinator Sean McVay including how his passion for coaching started in high school and his time coaching in the UFL with Jay Gruden.
--According to reports, Kirk Olivadotti will rejoin the Redskins coaching staff as a linebackers coach. Olivadotti left to coach at the University of Georgia in 2011 after spending 11 seasons as a Redskins assistant.
--What one reporter thinks running back
--Why the Redskins will most likely not make a big name wide receiver signing this offseason. Looking at the cap space and the wide receivers already under contract, the Redskins are reportedly spending over $12 million on five wide receivers combined.
--With newly appointed coach Ben Kowitca leading the special teams unit one writer wonders if the Redskins special teams unit will improve. While with the Jets last year, Kowitca’s special teams unit did not return a kickoff or punt for a touchdown, the first time since 2001.
--What certain members of the Redskins coaching staff should be focused on according to one reporter. For head coach Jay Gruden it will be important to prove he is worthy of the job from day one as a first-time NFL head coach.--Redskins quarterback
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