A day after he was run over by a pair of players, Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan was back at work Tuesday, proceeding about his duties as usual, and will be back on the field Wednesday when his team resumes offseason practices, a team spokesman said.
Shanahan was knocked down Monday when wide receiver Pierre Garçon and cornerback Brandyn Thompson went after a pass at mid-field during the 7-on-7 portion of Washington’s first organized team activity session of the week.
Shanahan stood with his back to the play, and the players collided with him as they came down to the turf. Shanahan lay motionless on the field for several minutes before he was helped up and gingerly walked off. He didn’t speak to reporters as scheduled and was said to be “a little woozy” following the collision.
But the coach didn’t miss any work, and spokesman Tony Wyllie said he was fine Tuesday.