I'm sure many of you saw the rant from Mitchell, and he said a lot of good things. Here's the full interview, and he talks about Shazier, the fines and Godell and his way of handling infractions: I agree with a lot of what he said, and he seems like a pretty straightforward and honest guy. I don't think he's dirty, maybe borderline. The Hasselback thing stems from his hit on Alex Smith, which I thought was dirty as heck in real time. Even watching the replay in game I thought was dirty. But after zooming out a little, he did get a shove from his own player (I think it was Chickillo). Didn't appear to be a big push but if he was off balanced, wouldn't take much to make him fall. Again, borderline. I may not like how he celebrates routine tackles, but then again the past few years those tackles are pretty big accomplishments. I may get frustrated that he goes for the hit instead of looking for the ball sometimes, but I don't think he is dirty.