Full Interviews: DeMarcus Ware and Mike Shanahan on Cowboys-Redskins

11/22/2012

The annual Thanksgiving Day game in Dallas gets an additional helping of tradition this year as the Cowboys face off with their NFC East rivals, the Washington Redskins.

It’s a huge game for the Cowboys, who sit at 5-5 and just one game back in the division behind the New York Giants, who face a tough game on Sunday Night Football against Green Bay.

Ahead of Thursday’s showdown with RGIII and the Redskins, our Scott Graham spoke with Dallas defensive end DeMarcus Ware and Washington head coach Mike Shanahan.

(Listen to DeMarcus Ware’s interview with Scott Graham from 11/22/12)

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(Listen to Mike Shanahan’s interview with Scott Graham from 11/22/12)

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Cowboys-Redskins is the second game of our Thanksgiving Tripleheader. Coverage begins immediately following the conclusion of game one from Ford Field where the Lions face the Texans. That broadcast begins at Noon Eastern.

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