Mike Shanahan will be one of three NFL head coaches taking part in next month’s events honoring their friend and former assistant coach Mike Heimerdinger.
Heimerdinger died last September after he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer the year before while working as the Tennessee Titans’ offensive coordinator.
Shanahan and Heimerdinger were close friends and college roommates at Eastern Illinois University. Shanahan hired Heimerdinger as his wide receivers coach in Denver from 1995-1999 and the two were reunited in Denver in 2007 when Heimerdinger was hired as assistant head coach-quarterbacks.
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I was watching the television yesterday and tuned to the Big Ten Network, which was airing its “Big Ten’s Best: Defensive Linemen 2000-2010.”
Not surprisingly, the Redskins’ Ryan Kerrigan — who has since converted to outside linebacker after playing his entire career at Purdue University as a defensive end — ranked high on this list at No. 2 overall.
The player listed at No. 1, however, was baffling.
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Redskins Park was quiet Monday, as the team took time off to celebrate Memorial Day.
Several players logged onto Twitter to voice their gratitude for those who have served their country.
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