Redskins 411 01.04.05--Gregg Williams was the hot name on most head coaching lists, but he'll be…
Williams Gets No Guarantee, But A Gold Chute
A clause in Williams' new deal dictates that the Redskins will pay their Assistant Head Coach/Defense a bonus of $1 million if he is on the staff when Joe Gibbs steps down as head coach and he isn't promoted into the top job, according to a report on ESPN.com.
Williams will still be free to become a head coach else at any time, including this season. By NFL rules, assistant coaches cannot be prohibited from seeking head coaching jobs regardless of their contractual status. Still, after signing the three-year, $8 million deal, it is not expected that Williams will interview for any of the openings this offseason.
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