CSN Washington reported today the Washington Redskins have hired Phillip Daniels as the Director of Player Development.
Daniel played defensive tackle for 15 years and was with the Redskins from 2004-2010.
In 201 games, Daniels totaled 512 tackles with 62 sacks and 12 fumble recoveries.
Daniels' duties as the Director of Player Development will be to help players manage their finances and deal with the media. He is their guide through their NFL career.
The Redskins have chosen the right man for the job. Daniels has always been well respected for his professionalism and his ability to handle the media.