Al Saunders is loving life in Cleveland, where he gets to coach a group of young and hungry receivers.
The Oakland Raiders are retaining former offensive coordinator Al Saunders, keeping him on the staff as a senior offensive assistant.
New Raiders coach Dennis Allen hired Greg Knapp as offensive coordinator to replace Saunders, who was brought on board during the Hue Jackson era.
Saunders has considerable experience, including stints as a head coach and offensive coordinator.
February 8, 2012
Redskins Notes and Quotes: Despite some woes and some controversy, Joe Gibbs says that both of his coordinators will return in 2007. Also, a kicker is making a bid to stick around next year as well.
December 12, 2006
Tandler's Redskins Blog Ver. 12.08.06--Mike Wilbon is one of the most respected columnists out there but he's going to lose his reputation if he continues the shallow, vapid analysis he cranked out in his article today.
December 7, 2006
Tandler's Redskins Blog Ver. 11.26.06--An ESPN.com article brings the very stability of the Redskins organization into question. How accurate is the story by a former Redskins beat reporter?
November 25, 2006
Tandler's Redskins Blog Ver. 09.05.06--The Redskins' backup quarterback spot is settled--sort of.
September 5, 2006
Quick Hits: Tandler's Redskins Blog Ver. 08.30.06--The Redskins had better be careful or some special interest groups will be on their case. Plus a look at Hall, Frost, and Saunders on Campbell.
August 30, 2006
The most important new Redskin will never play a down. He's
associate head coach Al Saunders, to whom Hall of Fame offensive-minded coach
Joe Gibbs has given the reins to Washington's offensive attack.