The 2012 NFL free agency period promises to be particularly significant for Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan. After posting only 11 wins in two seasons, Shanahan needs a successful third year. Shanahan and general manager Bruce Allen have to make the right moves to turn the team around, following 2011's 5-11 disappointment. Addressing the quarterback position remains the priority, while tough decisions will be required regarding the futures of tight end Fred Davis and safety LaRon Landry.
Now in his third season, Mike Shanahan is considered by many to be on the coaching hot seat in Washington. His 11-21 record is one win less than his predecessor Jim Zorn, who was fired after his second year. Shanahan's attempts to i... Read Post
Mike Shanahan has once again moved the goal posts for evaluating his increasingly mediocre tenure with the Washington Redskins. Shanahan told the Washington Post that the rest of the 2012 season will be about evaluation.This is just... Read Post
In his third year as head coach of the Washington Redskins, Mike Shanahan has a lot riding on the 2012 NFL season. After successfully injecting the organization with an effective youth movement and landing the franchise quarterback ... Read Post