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Mike Shanahan: Best of Denver award winner

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Mike Shanahan, who was fired Tuesday, wasn't just the Denver Broncos' winningest and longest-tenured coach, he was also a repeat Westword Best of Denver award winner, taking home Best Coach - Professional in 1998 and 2007; Best Sack of a Bronco in 2004; Best Sporty Marshall in 2001; Best-Dressed Coach in 2000; and Best Coach, as voted by the readers, several times.

Now that Shanny is gone, who will win the coaching awards this year? To vote, click on our Best of Denver 2009 online reader's poll and voice your opinion. -- Jonathan Shikes

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