Jason La Canfora reports, citing current and former members of the Redskins organization, that Kyle Shanahan has been behind the coaching decisions in Washington, not Mike.
The Redskins latest loss is on Kyle Shanahan’s head, an embarrassing development for a one-time wunderkind.
The only thing changing for the Redskins this season is RGIII’s boosted NFL IQ. Their game plan remains the same.
The Washington Redskins have no plans to change their offense despite Robert Griffin III’s surgically repaired right knee that kept the quarterback out all spring and might keep him sidelined through the start of training camp on July 25.
Mike Shanahan expects to have Rex Grossman back as a backup quarterback in 2013.
Gary Kubiak hired Kyle Shanahan to be his offensive coordinator five years ago and the Texans’ head coach is surprised Shanahan didn’t get more interest as head coaching candidate this offseason.
How did 10-6 NFC East champion Washington Redskins totally reverse course after finishing last in the division at 5-11 in 2011? Defensive stability, coaches, Alfred Morris and of course, RGIII.
Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan says he’s “definitely” interested in exploring head coaching opportunities once the season is over.
The Redskins held their second day of practice today as they prepare for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday and are getting healthier.
The Washington Redskins look for their sixth win in a row and hope to keep their division title hopes alive as they play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and should be getting their star back behind center.