The 1994 Washington Redskins season was the team's 63rd in the National Football League. The Redskins had a disappointing 4–12 record the previous season, but failed to improve in 1994, posting only three wins. The 3–13 season was the worst record the team had posted since 1961, and the fewest wins they have ever had in a 16-game season (later to be matched by their 2013 season). The team was decimated by the loss of head coach Joe Gibbs and the onset of the modern salary cap and free agency system. The Redskins were forced to depend on younger and untested player at many key positions.

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  • The 1994 Washington Redskins season was the team's 63rd in the National Football League. The Redskins had a disappointing 4–12 record the previous season, but failed to improve in 1994, posting only three wins. The 3–13 season was the worst record the team had posted since 1961, and the fewest wins they have ever had in a 16-game season (later to be matched by their 2013 season). The team was decimated by the loss of head coach Joe Gibbs and the onset of the modern salary cap and free agency system. The Redskins were forced to depend on younger and untested player at many key positions. The season marked the hiring of head coach Norv Turner, who would spend the next six seasons coaching the Redskins. (en)
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  • 1994-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • * Defensive Coordinator – Ron Lynn * Defensive Line – Bob Karmelowicz * Linebackers – Mike Haluchak * Defensive Backs – Emmitt Thomas * Defensive Assistant – Ray Horton
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  • * Chairman of the Board/Chief Executive Officer – Jack Kent Cooke * Executive Vice President – John Kent Cooke * General Manager – Charley Casserly * Assistant General Manager – Bobby Mitchell * Director of Player Personnel – Kirk Mee * Director of College Scouting – George Saimes
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  • * Head Coach – Norv Turner
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  • * Quarterbacks – Cam Cameron * Running Backs – Bobby Jackson * Wide Receivers – Terry Robiskie * Tight Ends – Russ Grimm * Offensive Line – Jim Hanifan
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  • did not qualify
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  • Redskins seasons
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  • * Special Teams – Pete Rodriguez
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  • * Strength – Dan Riley * Assistant Strength – Jason Arapoff
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  • Washington Redskins
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  • The 1994 Washington Redskins season was the team's 63rd in the National Football League. The Redskins had a disappointing 4–12 record the previous season, but failed to improve in 1994, posting only three wins. The 3–13 season was the worst record the team had posted since 1961, and the fewest wins they have ever had in a 16-game season (later to be matched by their 2013 season). The team was decimated by the loss of head coach Joe Gibbs and the onset of the modern salary cap and free agency system. The Redskins were forced to depend on younger and untested player at many key positions. (en)
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  • 1994 Washington Redskins season (en)
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