The Redskins hired Warren, a tight end from 1979-92, as a pro scout today.
"We were very impressed with Donnie during his interview as well as his skills in evaluating players at all positions," said Vinny Cerrato, Vice President of Football Operations. "We look forward to having him re-join the organization. He also already has insight into what the definition of a true Redskin is, which will be beneficial to our football team."
Warren, a fourth-round pick in 1979, was named to the Redskins 70 Greatest team in 2002. For the past few years, Warren was an assistant football coach at Centreville High School. He also served as the school's baseball coach for three years.
Also, the Redskins promoted Louis Riddick to Director of Pro Personnel and Scott Campbell to Director of College Scouting.
Warren Joins Skins as a Scout
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