Shanahan said that on Monday morning he will meet with Redskins owner Dan Snyder.
“I get a chance to talk to Dan tomorrow,” Shanahan said after their season-ending loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.
“After I talk to Dan, I’ll talk to you guys. We meet tomorrow morning.”
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that earlier on Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the team decided to fire Shanahan.
This year Shanahan coached the Redskins to a 3-13 record – his third losing season over a four-year stretch with the team, and pay per head sportsbooks know that the fans were not very happy at all with how the Redskins were performing this season.
Price per head services learned that Shanahan’s job security was widely scrutinized because of his cold relationship with star QB Robert Griffin III, who made a quick comeback from offseason knee surgery but was struggling throughout the season.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Shanahan, 61-years-old, is set to make $7 million in 2014, the last year of his contract with the Redskins.
Thanks in large part to Griffin, the Redskins went 10-6 and were able to win the NFC East last season, starting a seven-game winning streak to end the regular season, but pay per head sportsbooks were very concerned when they saw that he suffered a devastating knee injury in their playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that the coach was criticized for playing the injured Griffin in the postseason game, especially after the then-rookie injured his knee a month earlier.
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Shanahan, a two-time Super Bowl winning coach when he worked with the Denver Broncos, owns a 24-40 record with Washington. Since 1999, when Snyder purchased the franchise, Shanahan is the Redskins’ seventh head coach, including interim coaches.