Former Bengals offensive coordinator Bill Lazor interviewed for the Washington Redskins quarterbacks coaching vacancy according to Albert Breer of MMQB.com.
The 46-year-old Lazor was the Bengals QBs coach starting in 2016 before taking over the offensive coordinator duties in September 2017 after the Bengals fired Ken Zampese.
He lost his job in Cincy along with most of the rest of the coaching staff when long-time head coach Marvin Lewis was fired. Washington is determined to bring in some fresh voices on both sides of the ball.
In-house QBs coach Kevin O’Connell was promoted to OC on Tuesday, so Lazor would be a candidate to take O’Connell’s old gig while being a backbone for O’Connell. Lazor worked for the Skins from 2004-2007.