The Washington Redskins and defensive coordinator Jim Haslett have mutually agreed to part ways, the team announced Wednesday.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Monday that no decisions would be made about his assistant coaches until after he had met with general manager Bruce Allen and owner Dan Snyder.
Gruden made it clear, however, that he liked how Haslett did his job this season.
Haslett just finished his fifth season in Washington. During his time, the Redskins' defense has finished a collective 29th in total yards and 30th in points per game. This season, the banged-up unit ranked 20th in total yards and 29th in points allowed as the Redskins went 4-12.
ESPN.com Redskins reporter John Keim contributed to this report.