Commanders hire Shane Toub, Reggie Howard as quality control coaches

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The Commanders confirmed the hiring of one assistant coach on Thursday and announced two other additions to Ron Rivera’s staff.

Reports on Thursday said that Bobby Engram will be the team’s new wide receivers coach and the team issued a release formally announcing the hire. They also announced that  Shane Toub has been hired as offensive quality control and Reggie Howard has been hired as defensive quality control.

Toub has worked as an offensive assistant and quality control coach for the Bears and spent the 2022 season working for the University of Kansas. He is the son of Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub, who was a longtime colleague of new Commanders offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.

Howard was the co-defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at Campbell University last year. This is his first NFL coaching job, but he appeared in 78 games as a cornerback in the league.

1 responses to “Commanders hire Shane Toub, Reggie Howard as quality control coaches

  1. I don’t know what the grand plan here is, but I’m a Bobby Engram fan. Question is, why is anyone taking a job on this sinking ship?! Snyder will sell voluntarily or will be forced to within months! All of their contracts can be null and void as a condition of the sale. I don’t get it!

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