The Redskins named Sean McVay the team's tight ends coach on Wednesday. He had that title for the last four games of 2010 after Jon Embree left to become the head coach at the University of Colorado.
"Sean impressed me tremendously during his four games as our tight ends coach at the end of this past season," Redskins executive vice president/head coach Mike Shanahan said in a statement. "He has an excellent rapport with the players and is a promising coach in the NFL."
McVay joined the Redskins as an offensive assistant in 2010 after working as an assistant in the UFL.