This is the Redskins' new power structure
Dan Snyder - Owner
While much of the Redskins has changed since the 2019 campaign ended, Dan Snyder is still entrenched as owner.
Right after Week 17, Snyder totally dismissed Bruce Allen from the organization, a crucial decision that initiated a new direction for Washington.
Still, some question if the Redskins will ever win under Snyder. This next chapter could be his chance to prove winning can happen in D.C.
Ron Rivera - Head coach
Ron Rivera's title is head coach. It might as well be DECISION MAKER.
So far, Rivera has been key in orchestrating the rest of the moves you'll see in this gallery and is wielding plenty of power in Snyder's "coach-centric" approach.
It's a new era under Rivera. However it goes, he'll be very responsible for the outcome.
Scott Turner - Offensive coordinator
Kevin O'Connell is out as Redskins offensive coordinator, and another young coach is replacing him.
Scott Turner, son of Norv, worked as QBs coach under Rivera in Carolina before getting a taste of O.C. life after Rivera was fired.
Now, he'll be in charge of getting production out of an offense that features a first-round QB as well as a few impressive young wideouts.
Jack Del Rio - Defensive coordinator
The Redskins' defense has been mediocre to downright awful for years now. Del Rio is the next man with a chance to fix it.
The longtime coach has been successful as a defensive coordinator in multiple stops and has already indicated he'd like Washington to switch to a 4-3.
Between his presence and Rivera's, there is serious hope that guys like Landon Collins, Montez Sweat and others will finally thrive together in 2020.
Kyle Smith - VP of Player Personnel
Kyle Smith's rise with the Redskins continues, as he's now in charge of overseeing both college and pro scouting and other personnel aspects on both sides.
That means Smith is the top football executive for the Burgundy and Gold as of now.
The team may opt to hire a GM in the future. But if Smith delivers another strong draft and contributes in free agency, Rivera could opt to keep Smith as the No. 1 guy.
Alex Santos (Director of Pro Personnel) and Tim Gribble (Director of College Scouting) will collaborate with Smith.
Doug Williams - Senior VP of Player Development
Doug Williams' role will be different moving forward, as the franchise legend is now working in player development.
Williams will assist in a lot of aspects when it comes to making the players more comfortable as pros and as members of the organization and league.
According to the team, he'll report directly to Rivera.
Rob Rogers - Senior VP of Football Administration
Rob Rogers will be handling much of the duties that the now-departed Eric Schaffer had been running for so long.
Rogers, who had been with the Panthers for 25 seasons, will be a prominent figure in contract negotiations and salary cap management.
Rivera called Rogers a "tremendous resource" when this move was announced in early January.
Ryan Vermillion - Head trainer
Most of the time, an NFL team changing trainers wouldn't really feel like a huge beal. This is one of the exceptions.
Vermillion, who was the head trainer in Carolina for 18 years, is replacing Larry Hess, a guy who Trent Williams and other players had lost trust in lately.
Vermillion will now be tasked with trying to limit the injuries and missed time that has hampered the Redskins over the last few seasons.
Other assistant coaches
Other assistant coaches along with Del Rio and Turner that will join Rivera's staff include O-line coach John Matsko, WRs coach Jim Hostler, TEs coach Pete Hoener, D-line coach Sam Mills, LBs coach Steve Russ and DBs coach Chris Harris (all according to ESPN's John Keim).
Matsko, Hostler, Hoener and Russ all worked with Rivera in Carolina.
Rivera opted to retain special teams coach Nate Kaczor, meanwhile.