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7-9, 3rd in NFC East

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins named Nate Kaczor as their new special teams coach. He had interviewed with them earlier in the week. Kaczor spent the last three years with Tampa Bay; he served in the same capacity with Tennessee from 2013-15.

Super Bowl XXVI: Rypien leads Washington past Buffalo (1:13)
Domestic violence charge against Foster dropped (0:58)
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Domestic violence charge vs. Foster dropped

A misdemeanor domestic violence charge against Washington Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster has been dropped, according to court records. The charge stemmed from a Nov. 24 incident while he was with the 49ers.

Super Bowl XXII: Doug Williams makes history with Redskins (0:59)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins tight end Jordan Reed would save the team $7.9 million against the cap if he's released. But the only reason to do so would be his injuries and not his performance. But here's a pretty big clue from coach Jay Gruden about Reed's future: "I like Jordan a lot. I think he is an excellent player, he is a difference maker on offense. Tight ends that can win in zone and man coverage are hard to find. ...His blocking has improved and is going to continue to get better the stronger that he gets. We just have to get him healthy, but he is a dynamic player, a great athlete, works extremely hard, a great kid, never late and he's a big part of the success of this football team moving forward in my opinion."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he still hasn't met yet with owner Dan Snyder. All indications from multiple sources have been that Gruden will return for a sixth season but there has been no official confirmation from the team.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins ended their season in an embarrassing way: losing 24-0 at home in front of a stadium packed with opposing fans. It sums up the state of the franchise. Injuries made it difficult for them to stay competitive on offense and it showed Sunday. The Redskins had the ball for only 16 minutes, 41 seconds -- their lowest previous mark since 2001 came in 2005 when they had the ball for 20:39. The defense allowed eight-of-14 third downs to be converted. But the game was more about a Redskins team ready for the offseason and lacking the offensive talent to hang with the Eagles. The Redskins finish 7-9.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

After Josh Johnson's first outing vs. the Giants, in which he looked sharp, Redskins coach Jay Gruden was asked why he hadn't received many chances. Gruden said Johnson would have games where he was all over the place with his accuracy. In the last two weeks Johnson was solid. But, today, he has been way off on his throws. He's also throwing under duress quite a bit, but even when not his passes have been mostly high or wide. The Redskins might bring him to camp next summer, but he would be doing so to fight for a backup spot.

Team Stats

Passing Yards188.8
Rushing Yards110.9
Points For17.629th
Points Against22.4