Shanahan Misspeaks ... or Misinterpreted?

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You didn’t hear it. I didn’t hear it. He didn’t say it.


Mike Shanahan’s postgame remarks Sunday were completely misinterpreted, according to Mike Shanahan’s post-postgame remarks Monday.

“To suggest that the season was over with is completely ludicrous,” Shanahan said indignantly.

The trouble with the “misinterpretation” defense in the digital age is that anyone can find that news conference, watch it, and hear the coach say it was Read Full Article »

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