FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2012, file photo, Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett watches from the sidelines during the second half of an NFL football game against the Carolina Panthers in Landover, Md. They've tried moving a cornerback to safety. They've tried playing only one safety. They've tried giving middle linebacker London Fletcher the occasional rest. No matter what the Washington Redskins have attempted to help their defense so far, nothing has worked during an 0-3 start.  (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)

Just to prove that the Washington Redskins’ dysfunction runs deeper than the quarterback, coach and owner, now we have the popular former linebacker taking personal shots at the defensive coordinator. What fun. London Fletcher, who retired last season after 16 seasons as an NFL linebacker, absolutely unloaded on his old defensive coordinator Jim Haslett. Fletcher ripped Haslett on CBS Sports Network’s “That Other Pregame Show,” wondering why he had a job after five years of “ineptitude.” Fletcher said about a thousand words on Haslett between that show and backing up his comments on Monday, and most of them revolved around some central themes: Haslett was a poor coordinator, he never was accountable for his own mistakes and he stabbed multiple people in the back. “He is a guy that does not know what he is doing,” Fletcher said on CBS Sports Network, via the Washington Post. “And the Washington Redskins — and Jay Gruden in particular — better watch his back and get Jim Haslett out of the door….Jay Gruden better get him out the door because he’s probably back stabbing Jay Gruden like he did everybody else –- like he did to Scott Linehan in St. Louis and like he did to Mike Shanahan in Washington…. “This is a guy that would take the ’85 Bears and turn them into a mediocre defense,” Fletcher said. “He is clueless. He has no idea what he is doing. Believe me, I had a front row seat for four years.” It’s not like the Washington franchise needed more drama, but here it is. The Redskins are 3-10, but Haslett’s defense ranked 10th in the NFL in yards allowed (but 25th in points

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