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Interim Head Coach
Bill Callahan enters his fifth season with the Redskins in 2019 after initially joining the organization as the team’s offensive line coach on Jan. 15, 2015. The team added Assistant Head Coach’ to his title prior to the 2017 season and named him Interim Head Coach on Oct. 7, 2019.
Callahan is entering his 21st NFL season in 2019 as part of a career that includes head coaching stints at both the pro and collegiate levels as well as the 2002 AFC Championship with the Oakland Raiders. Entering 2019, Callahan has been a member of an offensive staff that finished in the Top 5 in the NFL in rushing or passing 11 times, including a No. 1 overall finish in rushing twice (2000, 2009) and passing once (2002). Callahan has had 12 offensive linemen combine for 28 Pro Bowl selections during his career and has guided his units in 19 career postseason contests at the NFL level.
Kevin O’Connell enters his third season with the Redskins and his first season in the role of offensive coordinator. He was the passing game coordinator and guided the quarterbacks in 2018 after joining the team on January 23, 2017. O'Connell's first position with Washington was in the role of quarterbacks coach in the 2017 season.
Greg Manusky is entering his eighth combined season as a player or coach with the Redskins in 2019 after returning to the organization as the team’s outside linebackers coach on January 22, 2016. He was named the team's defensive coordinator on January 23, 2017.