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Here’s to an exciting 2014 NFL Draft.
London Fletcher announced today that he’s 99% sure this is his last season in the NFL. He said he left 1% out there just in case he changed his mind. He said he came back this year to help develop Perry Riley and he feels Perry Riley is where he needs to be as a player. London also stated that he hoped Shanahan could return to finish.
We at hailRedskins.com would like to say thanks to London Fletcher for the 7 years he wore the Burgundy and Gold. He was a class act both on and off the field and hopefully some of his class rubbed off onto the younger players in the locker room.
London, we wish you nothing but the best and once again, Thanks for being the player you were in the Burgundy and Gold. HTTR!!!
Are you kidding me? Shanahan going for the win instead of playing to go into overtime. Your defense was playing well despite the offense giving up 7 turnovers. Why not give your team a chance in OT?
This is just another message to Snyder to fire me. He cheated his players out of an opportunity for win and we know these teams need a win really bad.
WOW is all I can say.
Here we go.
So Mike plans to sit down with Snyder at the end of the season to discuss returning to the team next season but only if he can run the organization the way he wants to run it. He also wants to re-affirm that he can play the players he thinks give them the best chance of winning which is already in his contract.
My question is why does it have to be re-affirmed? It’s already in your contact. This is a power play by Mike Shanahan to back Snyder into a corner on who has the power. If Shanahan gets his way he has it on public record that Snyder re-affirmed that he has full control over who coaches and which players play. In case you haven’t figured it out yet, Shanahan would want an open QB competition if he were to return. Forget about what he said in his presser about “we made a decision a long time ago that Robert Griffin III was our QB”. That was just him being dishonest again.
This type of stuff will continue as long as Mike Shanahan is here.
Well, it seems the Atlanta Falcons have no problem letting their young guys play in their final games. It’s possible that QB Kirk Cousins could be facing as many as 5 rookies on Atlanta’s defense this weekend. Coach Mike Smith says:”They’re going to go through growing pains,” Smith said. ”We’re going to go through growing pains, but long-term I think it will be advantageous for us to get these … as many snaps as we can.”.Wow, a coach that is willing to allow his young players to get game experience and accept that growing pains that will accompany that game day experience.