Washington Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan has announced that, rather than just replacing starting quarterback Donovan McNabb with former Bears washout Rex Grossman, he will field an all-white team when they play the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday.
... before 2010, and except for Jarious Jackson, who threw four passes for 41 yards in one game in 2003, no black quarterback has even attempted a pass for a team for which Mike Shanahan was employed. Racist piece of sh-t.
"I didn't set out to make the team all white," said Shanahan who deactivated a NFL record 43 players this past week. "It just turned out that the n-gger players aren't as good as the white players, and... What? I am not a racist."
"We are investigating the allegations," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "The NFL policy on this is clear: We only allows racial insensitivity in team names, such as the 'Redskins' and 'Chiefs'."
"Practice has been really weird this week," said a team member who wishes to remain anonymous. And wears jersey #5. "Barry Manilow playing from the stadium speakers, all the mayonnaise packets and extra-small athletic cups were used up, and all of the cars in the parking lot had their factory rims."
And, although Las Vegas bookmakers have changed the line on Sunday's game, making the Redskins 55-point underdogs, Shanahan remains optimistic.
"The team we field against Dallas on Sunday gives us the best chance to win," he said. "And the locker room will not smell like a wet dog after everyone showers. Why do the coloreds smell like that?"