Report: Snyder has made two bids for Shanahan

Fox could be headed out in Carolina too Brad Biggs

Print This October 11, 2009, 10:19 AM EST

It’s never too early to start speculating about the coaching carousel, and John Czarnecki of reports that Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has reached out to Mike Shanahan now—twice.

Czarnecki reports that Snyder made a play for Shanahan during the offseason, and has gone after the two-time Super Bowl winner again during this season. Both times he's been rebuffed. It’s believed that Jim Zorn is headed out the door in Washington, barring an absolute turnaround by the franchise.

The Redskins (2-2) are at Carolina (0-3) today and that is where the John Fox era may becoming to an end. Czarnecki reports that Fox “has told friends and some associates he expects to be fired once the season ends.”

They’re just a couple coaches under fire. Dick Jauron, Wade Phillips and Gary Kubiak are all under fire as well.

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