Washington hires Bryan Angelichio to replace Wes Phillips

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Washington hired Bryan Angelichio as its new tight ends coach Friday night, the team announced. That means Wes Phillips is out.

Phillips, the son of Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, joined the team’s coaching staff in 2014. His contract expired, according to NBC Sports Washington.

Wade Phillips promoted his son for future head coaching jobs last week, joking “Wes is a young offensive coach who knows Sean McVay.”

Angelichio has coached in the NFL for seven years, including the past three as the Packers’ tight ends coach.

He also has spent time in Cleveland and Tampa Bay.

Angelichio has 24 years of coaching experience, including the college ranks.

7 responses to “Washington hires Bryan Angelichio to replace Wes Phillips

  1. It’s Brian*

    The Packers chose Justin Outten over him, but the Skins are getting a good coach as well. His McCarthy ties hurt him here.


  2. Wake me up when the headline reads:
    “Dan Snyder Finally Listens To His Fan Base & Fires Bruce Allen”

    Until then

  3. I can only imagine the frustration loyal fans of the Washington football team are experiencing. Their beloved franchise is being held hostage by a meddling, inept, owner who obviously values financial return over on the field success.
    Plus, the continued loyalty to Bruce Allen is hard to understand.
    That is all.

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