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Topic - Bob Griese
I believe Redskins coach Mike Shanahan is a good football coach, and a quarterback guru. And if this is true – that Mike Shanahan is a good coach who knows quarterbacks – then he is on the worst losing streak a gambler like Shanahan has ever seen.
Mike and Kyle combined to lead the Redskins to a division title, while Robert Jr. and Robert III achieved their goal of making it to the NFL as an elite quarterback. But it has all fallen apart in Washington.
As Dan Marino campaigned for Miami to be chosen the site of the 50th Super Bowl, he made no pretense about being objective on the subject.
Eli Manning in 2007 already earned acclaim and respect in leading the New York Giants to a Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots. In capturing another ring last season he joined an impressive list.
The Tennessee Titans have picked Jake Locker as their starter over veteran Matt Hasselbeck, choosing to wait no further to play the quarterback they drafted in 2011 for their future.
Redskins running back Ryan Torain was scheduled to visit a hand specialist Wednesday evening after injuring his left hand during the morning practice. Coaches are confident, however, that Torain wouldn't miss more than a couple of weeks if his hand is fractured.
Cam Newton plans to fully participate in the NFL combine that begins later this week, saying he wants "to be transparent" through the whole draft process.
Bob Griese, the Hall of Fame quarterback whose son Brian played quarterback for Shanahan in Denver, told me, "I think he is a great coach."
"I never spoke publicly about the way he [Brian] was used," Griese said. "It just wasn't my place to do that. I never got involved in talking to coaches or stepped in. ... By the way, I think Mike Shanahan is a great coach."