Glenn Shanahan furious about Eagles employee's eviction of Greenlaw

NBC Sports Bay Area reported Shanahan's anger at Eagles employee's dismissal of Greenlaw. Kyle Shanahan was stunned following the 49ers' 42-19 triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, but not because of the score.

Linebacker Dre Greenlaw's dismissal from the blowout win, which implicated Eagles senior adviser to the general manager/chief security officer Dom DiSandro, upset the 49ers coach, who informed reporters. After a heated exchange with Greenlaw, the Eagles worker was expelled.

“I hope I didn’t embarrass myself too bad,” Shanahan said. "When I heard others explain it to me, I couldn't believe someone uninvolved in a football game could harass our guys and put their hands in their faces.

Dre allegedly did it back to him and smashed him in the face, ejecting him. The game was annoying. Watching it will give me an honest assessment. I adore our comeback.”

Shanahan said he discussed the play with Eagles coach Nick Sirianni after the game. "He was great," Shanahan remarked. "He disliked the play too. He handled it classily. It was awesome.”

Greenlaw was flagged for unnecessary roughness after pushing Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith to the ground along the sideline. The tackle seemed to bother DiSandro, who was close, and they argued.

"Just knowing we had to play the next play," Sirianni added. "We simply wanted to go on, get the ball within the 12-yard line or whatever after the personal foul, refocus, and play the next play.

With their Sunday triumph, the 49ers avenged their NFC Championship Game defeat to the Eagles last season. If they play Philadelphia again in the playoffs, they may revenge Greenlaw.