Darrell Green Expresses Interest In Coaching For The Redskins

Darrell Green took to his Facebook page to announce that he’s reconsidering his previous decision to not get into coaching since his Hall of Fame playing career ended. After his initial post above Green added another post where he stated:

There’s no other way to say it! As a community (the DMV) We desperately need our Redskins to return to glory!

I’m all for adding Green to the coaching staff. The staff currently has no coaches with ties to the Redskins from their glory years, unless you count Keenan McCardell‘s stint on the IR during the 1991 season. I’m not sure where or how Green would fit on the current staff. Bob Slowik is currently the Redskins defensive backs coach and he’s been around 18 years including 6 seasons with Mike Shanahan. Also, Slowik’s son Bobby is a defensive assistant for the Redskins. Great, another father-son package.

I know that Green is a favorite of Dan Snyder so it’s not unrealistic to think that this could come together if Green truly is interested.

Cheers and Hail

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