Bob Slowik worked with Shanahan for four seasons. He coached the defensive backs in 2005-2006 and was the Defensive Coordinator from 2007-2008.
Slowik also has experience as a Defensive Coordinator in Green Bay (2004), Cleveland (1999) and Chicago (1993-98). Only one of those defenses ranked in the top 12 in the NFL in a particular season.
Slowik was also with the Cowboys in 1992 when they won Super Bowl behind a dominant defense. He was a college assistant for 14 seasons, and he first worked with Shanahan on the staff at Florida from 1980-82.
Redskins Add Bob Slowik as DB's Coach
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