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Signed by the Washington Redskins on November 25, 2010.
- Offensive Line Coach Pat Flaherty
Served as the tight ends coach with the Redskins during the 2000 season and helped Stephen Alexander earn an invitation to the Pro Bowl.
- Defensive Line Coach Robert Nunn
Held the same position with the Redskins during the 2003 season.
- Tight Ends Coach Michael Pope
Held the same position with the Redskins from 1997-99.
- NT Barry Cofield
Playing for the Giants from 2006-10, Cofield started in 78 regular-season games and six postseason games. He was a member of the Super Bowl XLII championship team.
- LB Bryan Kehl
Drafted by the Giants in the fourth round of the 2008 draft and played for two full seasons.
- Wide Receivers Coach Kevin M. Gilbride
Served as the slot receivers and tight ends coach at Georgetown University in 2006.
- DE Stephen Bowen
Attended Half Hollow Hills West High School in Dix, N.Y., and was a standout performer in both football and basketball. As a senior, Bowen recorded 235 rushing yards and four touchdowns to go along with 330 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
- RB Jawan Jamison
Started 20 of 25 games played at Rutgers and had 486 career carries for 1,972 yards and 13 rushing touchdowns.
- WR Nick Williams
Attended The Hun School in Princeton, N.J. As a senior in 2008, he was named the Trenton Times Player of the Year and earned all-conference honors on both offense and defense as a junior and senior.
- FB Darryl Young
Attended Amityville (N.Y.) High School and earned three varsity letters in football and four in track and basketball.
- Defensive Backs Coach Raheem Morris
As an Irvington, N.J., native, he was presented the Key to the City in his hometown during “Raheem Morris Day” on June 5, 2009.
- Linebackers Coach Bob Slowik
Served as the secondary coach for Rutgers from 1984-1989.