The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named Bradford Banta as Assistant Special Teams Coach, Shane Day as Assistant Offensive Line/Offensive Quality Control Coach and Jake Peetz as Offensive Quality Control Coach.

In addition, the team announced that it will retain Aubrey Pleasant, who will serve as Defensive Quality Control Coach in 2014 after serving as Offensive Assistant for the Redskins last season.

The moves finalize the Redskins’ coaching staff for the 2014 season.

Banta spent the last six seasons with the Detroit Lions in various coaching capacities. From 2012-13, Banta served as the Lions’ assistant linebackers coach and from 2008-11, he served as the assistant special teams coach.

Over the 2010-12 seasons, Banta helped John Wendling tie for first in the NFL in special teams tackles (51).

Under Banta in 2011, kicker Jason Hanson finished with 126 points, the fourth-best single-season total in Lions history.

In 2010, the Lions’ kick return unit was the third-most improved unit in the NFL in kickoff return average with 3.5 more yards per return than in 2009.

Detroit also had the NFL’s 10th-most significant improvement in punt return average in 2010 (8.8 avg. in 2009, 12.1 avg. in 2010).