We told you Friday evening that Redskins secondary coach Jerry Gray was offered the same job with the Seahawks. On Monday, he accepted it.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Gray will join the Seattle defensive staff led by coordinator Gus Bradley. It was previously unclear if Bradley would retain the same role he had last year.
Gray’s departure means the key parts of the Redskins defensive coaching staff will not return to the team. Former coordinator Greg Blache has retired. Former linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti will remain in Washington as a defensive assistant.