ASHBURN, Va. -- The Washington Redskins have hired Chris Foerster to be their offensive line coach, replacing the retired Joe Bugel.
Foerster coached San Francisco's offensive line the past two years. He takes over a Redskins unit that was constantly shuffled last season because of injuries and ineffectiveness.
Foerster was Miami's offensive coordinator for one season, and coached the offensive line with Baltimore from 2005-07 and Tampa Bay from 1996-2001.
Burney worked for Shanahan from 2002-08 with Denver. Slowik was there from 2005-08, including two seasons as defensive coordinator.
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