Daniel Snyder got his guy, as always. 

The Washington Redskins owner has a track record of sealing the deal once he locks in on a desired target. On Tuesday, he was in the process of , one of the top veteran coaching candidates on the market.

That was the easy part. Now comes the hard part.

Details on the new power structure at Redskins Park, or Rivera’s coaching staff weren’t immediately available, and could take some time to complete. 

But with Rivera in place, Snyder, who has witnessed only six winning seasons and just five playoff appearances since he purchased the team in 1999, must now return to the background in order for the organization to succeed. Snyder must withhold input and let Rivera

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