​The ​Washington Redskins found a new inside linebackers coach Wednesday.


In a press release, the team revealed Rob Ryan will be joining the 'Skins staff for what will be his 20th NFL season.

He last worked with the ​Buffalo Bills as an assistant head coach to his brother Rex. Pryor to that, Ryan was the DC for several teams, including the Saints from 2013-15, the Cowboys from 2011-12, the Browns from 2009-10, and the Raiders from 2004-08.

Ryan's most successful season came with New Orleans, when he led the Saints defense to a top-five finish in points and a No. 2 ranked passing defense in 2013. In the postseason that year, his defense stood up to the Philadelphia Eagles' No. 2 offense, beating Philly in the Wild Card Round.


Ryan has had his fair share of experience with defensive stars in this league. With Dallas, he coached future Hall-of-Fame defensive end Demarcus Ware, and in Cleveland, he helped develop future Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden.


Not to mention, as a defensive backs coach for the Cardinals in the '90s, he worked with Hall-of-Famer Aeneas Williams.


Ryan will have a decent core to work with in the nation's capital, namely linebacker Zach Brown.