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Old 01-04-2010, 08:05 PM   #796
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For what it's worth Wilbon said Shannahan will be the head coach of the Redskins by the time PTI goes off the air.
b mitch says the skins are not gonna introduce shanny as head coach until after coach buges retires(which is supposed to be tomarrow). the skins would rather buges retire rather than it looking like he was fired by shanny.
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b mitch says the skins are not gonna introduce shanny as head coach until after coach buges retires(which is supposed to be tomarrow). the skins would rather buges retire rather than it looking like he was fired by shanny.
What? Just name the damn man and get it over with. Who gives a flying "F" if Buges retires or get fired. I mean I like the man but if he's going to do it anyway who cares. Matter of fact invite the media and have them in for Buges to say a few words and cake and ice cream. Then it won't look like Shanny fired him. Oh and throw in one of those Redskin coins also.
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What? Just name the damn man and get it over with. Who gives a flying "F" if Buges retires or get fired. I mean I like the man but if he's going to do it anyway who cares. Matter of fact invite the media and have them in for Buges to say a few words and cake and ice cream. Then it won't look like Shanny fired him. Oh and throw in one of those Redskin coins also.

whats the rush? let buges have his day, while still putting together the new staff. then make the introduction.
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Buges has meant a lot to our organization over the years. He deserves a dignified retirement.
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Buges has meant a lot to our organization over the years. He deserves a dignified retirement.
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Jason Reid of the Washington Post reported on Monday afternoon that the Redskins, barring unforeseen glitches, will likely introduce Shanahan in a news conference Tuesday.

Reid also reports, however, that the Redskins could make the announcement "as late as Wednesday or Thursday," and that the timing of the announcement could be tied to the team's plans to honor the retired offensive line coach Joe Bugel.
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Also, we might be adding Rick Dennison as OL coach, Bobby Turner as RB coach, and Jeff Goodman as Director of Pro Personnel, while Brown gets bumped up to Director of Player Personnel and Scott Campbell is shown the door. All very speculative at this point
Who? Who? And who? And what's the director of player personel do? I thought you had a pro guy and a college guy and they both reported to the gm... Does the player guy oversee the pro guy and the college guy? So who would our college guy be? And what's wrong with Scott Campbell?
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Buges has meant a lot to our organization over the years. He deserves a dignified retirement.
Yup well said
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On a side note.

Texans' Shanahan Ready to Join Dad | MyFoxHouston.com
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Totally serious. If they win would they get the bye? I think there are other NFC teams that have the bye and I don't think any were NFC East teams. Most likely they would have faced Dallas again. Why go out and play your hand? If they lose they knew they would get Dallas and would have more current film to study as to how they would be played. If they lose you don't think Dallas is going to say hey it worked lets just keep up the good work. Practice the same routine for the play offs and have the Eagles come out and stop everything your trying to do. Basically ensuring them a pass to the second round.

Yep I guess I'm just crazy. I most likely am wrong but I don't like either team. It will be funny if I'm right though. The Eagles come out and blast Dallas in the play offs.
That game was for the division and a first round bye. Philly got straight up pimp slapped.
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Good ole Wikipedia, First with the news, before its real!

Mike Shanahan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Michael Edward Shanahan (born August 24, 1952) is a current American football head coach. Shanahan is the current head coach for the Washington Redskins. He led the Broncos to back-to-back Super Bowl victories in 1997 and 1998. His son is the Houston Texans Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan. The Redskins are excited for his debut and are also excited to see what the new coach will do with the team.
for a laugh look at his yearly win loss records
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Good ole Wikipedia, First with the news, before its real!

Mike Shanahan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


for a laugh look at his yearly win loss records
it's a lock snyder edited his page
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Oh you don't think Shanahan is in DC? LOL...

Shanahan Arrives in D.C. on Redskins' Plane | NBC Washington
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Buges has meant a lot to our organization over the years. He deserves a dignified retirement.
Absolutely. I saw the same thing Wolfskins saw and I hope they're correct.
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someone asked why switch to a 3-4, it was rumored that Shanahan and his former DC where investigating that type of defense. Although Ryan is in year one of his contract, he may be fired along with mangini by holmgren to bring people that fit his mold
I'd think that Zimmer would probably prefer to run the 4-3 which he did except for when Parcells had him go 3-4 in Dallas.
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Who? Who? And who? And what's the director of player personel do? I thought you had a pro guy and a college guy and they both reported to the gm... Does the player guy oversee the pro guy and the college guy? So who would our college guy be? And what's wrong with Scott Campbell?
Dennison-current OL coach in Denver, was OC in Shanahan's last year. Before that I forget what he'd been doing

Turner-Been the RB coach in Denver I think for almost a decade

Jeff Goodman-Was the Assistant GM in Denver after a couple of years as Southeast Scout I believe. Young up and comer

Titles could change or be different. But the Player Guy generally focuses more on college, particularly the draft process. Sometimes they can be called Director of College Scouting for example.

Nothing wrong with Scott Campbell. It's becoming evident though that he's a good lieutenant but maybe not much more.

Still...all very speculative
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