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Wed, 13 Jan 2010 17:31:07 -0800
Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Tribune, reports Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Greg Blache has retired after 22 seasons in the NFL.
Sat, 26 Dec 2009 06:46:47 -0800
Jason Reid and Dan Steinberg, of The Washington Post, report Washington Redskins DL Albert Haynesworth said defensive coordinator Greg Blache has been unwilling to embrace change to his scheme this season. Haynesworth added he could not "survive another season in this system if it stays the way it is." Haynesworth expressed fear his talents would be wasted unless he is given freedom to "create havoc" as he did in his first seven seasons with the Tennessee Titans. "If they keep this system the way it is, then they would label Albert Haynesworth a bust who didn't live up to the contract," Haynesworth said. "Everybody would say he just took the money and ran off. And I'm still playing as hard as I possibly can. But you can only do so much within the system that's put around you. And I'm not talking about the players. The players have been great. I couldn't ask for any better guys. I'm talking about the system."
Fri, 13 Feb 2009 08:42:56 -0800
Ryan O'Halloran, of The Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins DE Phillip Daniels (knee) said he expects to return next season and has been told the team wants him back. "I kind of felt like they missed me last year against the run. I know I can help the team out and can play all the spots along the line. ... They've expressed interest in bringing me back, and I've talked to [owner Dan Snyder] and [defensive coordinator Greg Blache], but we'll see what happens," Phillips said. He also said he will be 100 percent healthy for training camp.
Thu, 10 Apr 2008 19:04:46 -0700
Jason Reid and Jason La Canfora, of the Washington Post, reports Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Greg Blache would like the team to spend the No. 21 overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft on an interior lineman, according to league sources. He would prefer one who possesses superior pass-rushing skills.
Sun, 27 Jan 2008 12:34:12 -0800
David Elfin, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins defensive line coach Greg Blache has been promoted to defensive coordinator.
Tue, 24 Jan 2006 22:40:32 -0800
The Washington Post reports Washington Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs said defensive coordinator Greg Blache has turned down an opportunity elsewhere to remain with the Redskins.
Thu, 19 Jan 2006 20:56:32 -0800
Redskins.com reports the Washington Redskins have retained defensive coordinator/defensive line coach Greg Blache. He signed an undisclosed contract to remain with the team.
Tue, 15 Mar 2005 11:50:38 -0800
Nunyo Demasio, of the Washington Post, reports the Washington Redskins could be the favorite to sign free agent DE Courtney Brown (Browns), who was recently released by the Cleveland Browns. According to sources, Brown believes Washington offers an ideal situation since he would reunite with LB LaVar Arrington, who he played with at Penn State. In addition, Brown likes the idea of playing for Gregg Williams, Washington's assistant head coach for defense, and Greg Blache, the defensive line coach known for helping players reach their potential.
Sat, 11 Dec 2004 08:49:32 -0800
Jody Foldesy, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins defensive line coach Greg Blache is among the finalists to become the next head coach at the University of Notre Dame. Blache has interviewed for the position in recent days and has reportedly made a solid impression. The school could make as decision as soon as Saturday, Dec. 11, on who will become their next head coach.
Sun, 18 Apr 2004 08:15:39 -0700
Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun-Times, reports Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Ron Rivera and linebackers coach Bob Babich have been working with the defensive personnel, particularly MLB Brian Urlacher, in re-training the way in which they react to certain situations. They have been working with Urlacher in one-on-one drills on his keys and reads using blue and white barrels as offensive and defensive players to help him visualize a play developing. The linebackers are also being taught to get up field and make the play instead of running parallel to the line of scrimmage, as they had previously under former defensive coordinator Greg Blache. ''It's so these guys see what their gaps are and gap control and practice getting downhill,'' Rivera said regarding the training drill.
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