Reports have been leaking out of the Washington Redskins organization as things begin to unravel. Everything from head coach Mike Shanahan wanting to quit after 2012 to Dan Snyder showing favoritism to certain players like Robert Griffin III. Wide receiver Santana Moss went on 106.7 The Fan in D.C. and told LaVar Arrington and Chad Dukes that it wasn’t from the locker room.
“We’ve talked about it as a team, and since Coach Shanahan’s been here, we haven’t had that problem, so I don’t understand this year why there’s a problem with people getting our information that we hadn’t had a problem with,” Moss said. “I remember before we had a lot of those guys, and I don’t think we have a lot of those guys on the team no more. We clearly don’t have a lot of those old players on the team anymore, so it. . . .”
“So it’s not players then,” Arrington said.
“I don’t know where it’s coming from,” Moss said. “It can’t be players.”
“So it’s coaches,” Lavar asked. “I mean I’m not putting words in your mouth, but I’m saying, I’m taking and owning that, that it’s gotta be coaches because [Shanahan's] job is on the line this year. It didn’t happen last year because his job wasn’t on the line last year. It didn’t happen the year before that because his job wasn’t on the line.”
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