London Fletcher not a fan of Gruden hire

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London Fletcher was the most important outspoken member of the Washington Redskins’ playing staff for many years before being “replaced” in the role by Robert Griffin III in recent years.

While Fletcher retired in 2013 after a sixteen year career, he still remains outspoken.

With the hiring of former Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay ‘brother-of-Jon’ Gruden as the new head coach of the Washington Redskins, Fletcher didn’t waste time making hos thoughts heard via Twitter.

 

Later, Fletcher addressed the possibility of defensive coordinator Jim Haslett keeping his job, despite the fact the Redskins had one of the worst defenses in the league in 2013.  He also brought up the rumor of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris, becoming the new defensive coordinator  under Gruden.

 

Finally, he added his two cents for the offensive coordinator job.

 

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