To his credit, he’s not heading off to the Bahamas for a week or otherwise getting out of a kitchen overheated by a reinjured knee. Instead, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan will show up on Monday for an end-of-season session with the media, a day after the failure to pull a hobbling Robert Griffin III from the game helped ensure that the franchise’s unlikely winning streak would end at seven.
It all gets started at 3:00 p.m. ET, and it will stream at Redskins.com.
There’s a chance it will occur without a final diagnosis regarding Griffin’s new injury. According to CSNWashington.com, Griffin was receiving treatment on the knee Monday, at the team’s facility.
Four weeks ago, the Redskins were quick to declare that an MRI showed no structural damage to the knee. Since the latest injury, the Redskins have said nothing at all.
Either way, the silence will be broken later this afternoon. Unless Shanahan decides to catch a plane for someplace warmer and friendlier.