Here are Redskins media members, staring out a window, waiting for Mike Shanahan to be fired and exit Redskins Park.
Not that you particularly care. It’s just an amusing image.
On this Monday, media members were permitted to be in the team’s locker room for exit interviews, and also its press conference room and media center, which overlooks the parking lot and is a short walk from the main building. They were not permitted to be anywhere else on the property. So more than a dozen media members waited at the window of the media center, from where they could view the main building’s entrance and the parking lot, monitoring ingress and egress.
(After Sarah sent along these photos, the Redskins told media members that they could no longer stand by the windows.)
#Redskins taking “security” to ridiculous extremes. Putting Scotch tape on windows, shooing photogs away. Acting like a 3-13 organization.
— Joseph White Jr. (@JGWhiteAP) December 30, 2013
Reporters now told they can’t look thru windows or go outside. It’s not a PR matter now, I was told, it’s a security issue. WHAT???
— Kent Babb (@kentbabb) December 30, 2013