With Mike Shanahan at helm, coaches and players believe culture has changed
On the day Mike Shanahan was introduced as the new head coach of the Washington Redskins, he met with the players he inherited as a group. He had watched the team from afar, but knew most of them by reputation only. Some of those reputations weren't good, and Shanahan wanted them to know he had arrived to rid the franchise of those who didn't work and prepare professionally.
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