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Shanahan Out As Redskins Coach

December 30th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

The Washington Redskins fired coach Mike Shanahan on Monday morning after one of the ugliest seasons in recent memory — and with too many losses in his four-year tenure. Shanahan's stint began with a massive rebuild and ends with a new coach facing a tough task as well, needing to at least overhaul the defense. The Redskins were 24-40 under Shanahan, the worst record of any NFC East team during his regime and the same winning percentage as two of his predecessors, Steve Spurrier and Jim Zorn. The Redskins lost double-digit games in three of Shanahan's four seasons. The Redskins (3-13) finished 2013 with an eight-game losing streak, their longest since 1960.

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