Former Washington wide receiver Santana Moss claimed that Robert Griffin III gloated and took credit for Mike Shanahan’s firing in 2013.
In an appearance with 106.7 The Fan and Chad Dukes, Moss said that Griffin took a that’s what happens approach, via the Washington Post:
Come 2013, all of [a sudden] it’s a whole big dilemma in the locker room, in the meeting rooms, and just in our building, that, you know, the man, Mike Shanahan, and RG is not seeing eye to eye, Moss told Dukes of the fractured relationship between Shanahan and Griffin during the quarterback’s second season. You know, we don’t know. We’re players. We sit back and let things be done.
That’s not something that I partake in, so it’s not nothing that I’m interested in. And before you know it, RG’s not playing. … I’m not sure if that was [Griffin’s] whole plan, but when the whole thing went about, we hear that Mike Shanahan’s not coming back the next year, then we hear the quarterback like, ‘Hey, mmhmm.’ Like basically saying that, ‘Hey, you got me out of here not playing last year the last few games, then that’s what happens. You get fired.’ You can’t do that. One thing I just shared with you, God don’t like ugly. The little credit that [Griffin] did take for saying, ‘They didn’t like what I was doing’ or ‘They benched me and not allowing me to play,’ that’s what happens.
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The poor Chargers haven’t fared so well. But the other three teams are looking like the teams to beat in the AFC.