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Sehorn calls Shanahan's handling of McNabb situation 'disastrous'

By Cindy Boren

Jason Sehorn gets in on the action on the Redskins' benching of Donovan McNabb, calling Mike Shanahan's handling of the situation "disastrous."

"In my 10 years in the NFL, I never once played in a game where the starting quarterback was removed in the 2 minute offense when you could still win the football game," Sehorn told Hugging Harold Reynolds. "Leave Albert Haynesworth in the picture and you see a philosophy here of 'if you're not my guy, this is how I'm gonna treat you.' ... And what they've done to Donovan McNabb, he's clearly not Mike's guy...he's not gonna be there after this year."

There were other things on Sehorn's mind -- things like the NFC East and Jerry Jones and Daniel Snyder, the crackdown on dangerous and illegal hits and T.O. Also, note that Sehorn now has Conan hair.

By Cindy Boren  | November 7, 2010; 5:00 PM ET
Categories:  Donovan McNabb, Mike Shanahan, Redskins  
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