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Topic - Matt Lafleur
Griffin does not want to be a running back. He wants to be an elite passer. But as Shanahan so forcefully explained to reporters Wednesday, the zone read will help him to achieve that goal.
Donovan McNabb's trade to the Washington Redskins last year was supposed to end their annual quarterback controversies. But now that the final weeks of his ill-fated tenure are counting down, the quarterback landscape has a familiar chaotic feel.
Mike Shanahan's son used to baby-sit Gary Kubiak's sons.