ASHBURN, Va. The Washington Officers have settled an arrangement to make Eric Bieniemy the group's
The sides settled on a two-year bargain that incorporates a "advancement in title, legally binding design"
and an increase in salary, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Bieniemy spent Friday conversing with Washington's ongoing associates and
will talk with the rest Saturday, as per sources. He's supposed to be in Washington for a starting news gathering one week from now.
Bieniemy spent the past five seasons as the Kansas City Bosses' hostile organizer, administering an offense that controlled two Super Bowl titles
including one final end of the week. In any case, he was not the essential play caller on mentor Andy Reid's staff.
In Washington, Bieniemy will be in charge of the offense and call plays. Bieniemy replaces Scott Turner, who was terminated Jan.
10 after three seasons. During those three years, Washington positioned 27th in yards per game and 28th in focuses per game.
Last season, the Administrators were twentieth in yards and 26th in focuses. Washington will enter an urgent fourth season under lead trainer Ron Rivera.