• Mike Shanahan (the player) has short stay in Tampa

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 28, 2013
    Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said last week that “anything short of the Super Bowl is a failure,” raising a lot of eyebrows and leading to quite a bit of criticism of Shanahan. On Tuesday, the Bucs got rid of tight end Mike Shanahan. Shanahan was saying that the great Redskins teams of the past had raised the bar, not that his current players expect to win the Super Bowl. Anything short of the Super Bowl is a failure, and that’s good. That’s good. The Buccaneers got to 75 by waiving receiver Terriun Crump, linebacker Jacob Cutera , receiver Chris Denton, guard Adam Smith, and defensive back Branden Smith.
    • As Shanahan quote took on a life of its own, context got lost

      Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said last week that “anything short of the Super Bowl is a failure,” raising a lot of eyebrows and leading to quite a bit of criticism of Shanahan. But the context of the Shanahan quote suggests that his critics were off bas…

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