ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Redskins HC Mike Shanahan has no intention of resigning in the coming weeks and would like to return to Washington in 2014 if he can “run team the way he wants.”
- Schefter adds that the Redskins will not attempt to fire Shanahan for cause because his current deal is “ironclad,” according to a legal source.
- Shanahan plans on meeting with owner Dan Syder this offseason to see if they can work something out that works for sides, according to Schefter.
- Ian Rapoport reports Shanahan has no intention of taking a pay cut from his $7 million salary.
Still, after all that has transpired to this point, it’s hard to imagine that Washington would keep him in place as their head coach for another season, even if big changes are promised.
Ian Rapoport reports that Robert Griffin III is among those who believe Shanahan won’t be returning for another season and he reportedly told a teammate as much.
Rapoport also reported this morning that OC Kyle Shanahan has decided that he no longer wants to for his father and expects to look for new opportunities after the season.