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For Long-Term Interest, Griffin Should Sit

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This is a good indication of where Mike Shanahan’s priorities really are in his dual-purpose job: Is the Washington Redskins coach/architect beholden to winning this week’s game or the long-range future of the franchise?

I believe it’s the latter. It’s why I think rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III won’t play Sunday against Cleveland in a game the Redskins desperately need to win to continue their Read Full Article »

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