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Monday, January 01, 2007

1-1 Happy New Year, Gibbs is happy to say bye to '06

Joe Gibbs held his final news conference of the season and stated that this was the most dissapointing season of his career.. He apologized to the fans and said he still sees positives in the room that this team can build around..

Gibbs reiterated that he will do some work on learning about how other teams around the league run off-season and camp and will adjust their schedules to try to better accommodate what they need to get done and the players needs as well..
Gibbs said the season, started with a bad summer and never got on track.. A November 22nd meeting was something that players latched onto as when the offense turned a corner, he said he would have liked to have “held that meeting in week one,” but if wasn’t part of his thinking at that time..

Brandon Lloyd’s future appears certain to stay in Washington.. Gibbs said the team hopes to get the ball downfield more in general, he also said Lloyd is a “young guy” who figures to have a large role with the team in the future..

Adam Archuletta’s future appears more uncertain, when asked about the safety, Gibbs talked more about the opportunity and play of Vernon Fox and Pierson Prioleau.. Asked if Archuletta would be back, Gibbs said right now the answer is yes.. He said Archuletta did not ask for a trade or release..

Gibbs doesn’t figure to add a GM to his staff.. He said that everything is discussed with he and Dan Snyder but that this is not something that is in the works.. Gibbs also said he expects his staff to be in tact, but the group will have discussions in the coming weeks…

Gibbs revealed Quarterback Mark Brunell has an injury to his throwing shoulder and may need surgery.. As for his future, Gibbs would only say the two had a long talk with no determination of which way the team is leaning..


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