On Thursday, Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan was afford the time to focus mainly of football.
It’s been a trying season for the burgundy and gold, who entered the season with deep playoff run aspirations and the understanding that back-to-back NFC East championships was attainable with the core from 2012’s 10-6 season coming back.
Well the season, like every other, hasn’t gone according to plan.
Shanahan talked about Alfred Morris’ two-year run, provided an update on Brian Orakpo’s practice participation, off the field rumors that constantly swirl and more.
Shanahan's looking for character despite no playoffs: "You always like to see how guys play when they have nothing to play for."—
Washington Redskins (@Redskins) December 26, 2013
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