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Latest Mike Shanahan Items
It's been a bit of a novelty watching the Washington Redskins' defense in preseason. The players are getting their hands on the ball — and they're actually holding on to it.
Mike Shanahan is happy to be hearing jokes, rather than disrespectful comments, from Albert Haynesworth.
Donovan McNabb's ankle is too sore for him to play in the Washington Redskins' last preseason game, and coach Mike Shanahan isn't saying for certain whether the quarterback will be ready in time for the regular-season opener against Dallas.
For the Washington Redskins, the absolutely, positively best moment concerning their preseason win over the New York Jets came when Albert Haynesworth opened his mouth and didn't say anything to stir up trouble.
Less than a month after taking the job of Washington Redskins coach, Mike Shanahan called a meeting.
Donovan McNabb says he doesn't consider his sprained ankle a setback as he learns a new Washington Redskins offense.
If Albert Haynesworth can use air quotes to describe his injury, so can Donovan McNabb.
A sprained ankle will keep Donovan McNabb on the sideline Friday night when the Washington Redskins play the New York Jets.
Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb will miss Friday's game against the New York Jets because of a sprained left ankle.