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Commanders Send Offensive Coordinator Scott Turner Packing

After a disappointing 2022 season, the Washington Commanders fired offensive coordinator Scott Turner on Tuesday.  He had been in Washington for three years, and had just signed a three year extension last offseason.

Turner had been with Ron Rivera for the last seven years. He came over from the Carolina Panthers with Ron after four years with that organization. Washington was his leap forward, as it was the first time that he had been given the reigns as an offensive co-ordinator.

But it’s tough to justify holding on to a coordinator whose unit consistently ranks in the bottom third of the league. The Commanders were just 20th in total yards and 26th in points this season.

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