Has Mike Shanahan coached his last game with the Washington Redskins? After Sunday's 20-6 loss to the New York Giants, Shanahan said he will meet Monday with team owner Dan Snyder -- but gave no details about what that meeting will be about or what he expects to happen.
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"I'll get a chance to talk to Dan tomorrow. I'll first talk to Dan and hopefully I'll get a chance to talk to you guys," Shanahan told reporters. "You guys can ask me all those questions you've been wanting to ask me for a while and I'll get a chance to answer them."
Shanahan has been dogged by questions about his future in Washington for months. After getting into the playoffs last season, Washington ended this campaign mired at 3-13. He benched starting quarterback Robert Griffin III with three weeks left in the season, saying it was to protect the QB's health during a clearly losing campaign.
On Sunday, Shanahan said this season was "right up there" with some of his most difficult years of coaching.
"Three wins," he said, "is always disappointing."
Shanahan said he has been talking with Snyder for several weeks, although he did not specify the nature of their conversations. The coach was asked if he had coached his final game with Redskins. His answer: "Well, like I said, I'll talk to you about that tomorrow."