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Topic - Mike Shanahan
Many arguments can be made that former Redskins coach Mike Shanahan did the wrong thing while coaching Robert Griffin III. But a new charge has emerged.
Will Jim Haslett's defensive scheme work better when he doesn't have Mike Shanahan peering over his shoulder?
Robert Griffin III celebrated the start of a new era at Redskins Park by taking a few shots at the old one.
Barry Cofield said today that the Redskins plan to be more aggressive on defense but only as long as they execute.
From older to younger. From all-controlling to approachable. From 3-13 to a clean slate.
It does not appear that Jay Gruden did any deep digging into the issues between Mike Shanahan and Robert Griffin III before or after he took the Redskins job.
As the Redskins 2013 season collapsed, the relationship between Mike Shanahan and RG3 was much to blame. Jay Gruden plans for things to be different.
Like a prison tattoo, the Redskins will have $36 million attached to the franchise for years to remind everyone of the great injustice of the NFL punishment – because, in prison, everybody is innocent.
A couple of Mike Shanahan's more questionable decisions were reversed yesterday in a flurry of roster moves. Here is a breakdown of what happened and why.
The relationship between a coach and a starting quarterback is critical to a team's success, but the way Gruden and Griffin interact early will be especially vital. The connection between Griffin and former coach Mike Shanahan fractured over the last year and is considered one of the larger reasons why Shanahan was fired on Dec. 30 after four seasons with the Redskins.
Now that he's out from under Mike Shanahan's control, Jim Haslett will be able to run the defense his way. Is that a good or bad thing?
The Redskins face a number of key decision on free agents this year. Tandler and Tarik discuss Josh Morgan's future with the team.
The NFL's annual scouting combine will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis later this week, allowing teams to get their first extended look at more than 330 top college players. This event will mark the first time Jay Gruden, who replaced Mike Shanahan as the Washington Redskins' new coach, will represent the team in league business.
Bruce Allen said Tuesday that the Washington Redskins have begun contract talks with the representatives of three players – outside linebacker Brian Orakpo, inside linebacker Perry Riley and cornerback DeAngelo Hall – before they become free agents when the league year begins in March.
Terrell Davis played under Mike Shanahan with the Broncos and briefly coached under him with the Redskins. He said that Shanahan changed between Denver and Washington.
he was given two chances to say that Griffin was a "coachable" player and he declined to do so.
"I think you've got to take a look at a number of things when you take a look at the direction of a football team," Shanahan told reporters. "I think when you take a look at the offensive numbers . . . that just doesn't happen naturally with a lot of new players. We talked about it last year. We had six new players on our team, and putting up the numbers that we're putting up are pretty impressive, especially with losing the $36 million salary cap over that two year time frame."