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Charles Robert Taylor (born September 28, 1941) is a former American football player, a wide receiver in the National Football League
National Football League
for fourteen seasons, all with the Washington Redskins. Taylor was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pro Football Hall of Fame
in 1984. With Taylor, the Redskins made the playoffs five times (1971–1974, 1976) and reached the Super Bowl
Super Bowl
once (VII), after the 1972 season.

Contents

1 Early life 2 High school career 3 College career 4 Professional career 5 Coaching career 6 After football 7 Personal life 8 References 9 External links

Early life[edit] Born in Grand Prairie, Texas, Taylor was the second of seven children—four girls and three boys.[1] He was raised by his mother Myrtle and step father James Stevenson. Myrtle was a domestic, a chef, a butcher, and an owner of a restaurant and Stevenson constructed parts for airplanes.[1] Taylor started playing sports while in junior high school and by the eighth grade he was playing football, baseball, basketball and competing in track.[1] High school career[edit] Taylor played high school football at Dalworth High School (the former segregated black high school, now an elementary school by the name of David Daniels. Dalworth High students moved to Grand Prairie High School).[1] He also ran the high hurdles, threw the discus and shot put, and competed in the long jump for the track team. The school did not have a baseball team, but Taylor played baseball in a summer league. He was named All-State in track and football.[1] College career[edit] Taylor played college football at Arizona State University in Tempe as a halfback and defensive back.[2] He was selected as an All-American two years in a row and was also selected to the All-Western Athletic Conference team.[2] Following his final season, Taylor played in the East-West Shrine Game, the Hula Bowl, and the All-American Bowl.[2] He also played in the College All-Star Game against the Chicago Bears in August 1964 and was named the Most Valuable Player of the game.[3][4][5][6] Taylor also pitched and played third base for the Sun Devils baseball team. However, during baseball practice, he was hit on a knee by a line drive, which ended his baseball career.[1] Taylor was inducted into the Arizona State Sports Hall of Fame as a charter member in 1975.[6] Professional career[edit] Taylor was the third overall selection of the 1964 NFL draft, taken by the Washington Redskins.[2] He was also selected in the AFL draft, taken ninth by the Houston Oilers. Taylor signed with Washington and won the UPI rookie of the year award as a running back,[7] and became the first rookie in 20 years to finish in the NFL's top 10 in both rushing (sixth with 755 yards) and receiving (eighth with 53 catches for 814 yards).[2] His 53 receptions were a record for running backs at that time.[2] Although known as a successful running back, Taylor was switched to wide receiver in 1966 and led the NFL in receiving in both 1966 and 1967.[2] He played that position for the rest of his career and had a record-tying seven seasons with 50 or more receptions.[2] In the season finale in 1975, Taylor passed Don Maynard and became the NFL's all-time receptions leader with his 634th career catch on December 21 against the Philadelphia Eagles.[8][9] Following Maynard's retirement in 1973, Taylor was the league's active leader in receiving yards for four seasons. He began 1974 with 7,470 yards, then 11th all-time,[10] and climbed up to 4th.[11] Taylor retired in June 1978 as the NFL's all-time leading receiver with 649 receptions,[12] for 9,110 yards and 79 touchdowns.[2] With 1,488 yards rushing and some kick return yardage, he totaled 10,803 combined net yards. With 11 rushing touchdowns and 79 on receptions, Taylor scored 540 points in his career.[2] He earned first- or second-team All-NFL honors six times and was selected to play in eight Pro Bowls.[2] Taylor was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pro Football Hall of Fame
in 1984 and was selected as one of the 70 Greatest Redskins of all time.[13] In 1999, he was ranked number 85 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players.[14] Coaching career[edit] After retiring, Taylor was hired to work in the Redskins' front office with Bobby Mitchell as a scout.[1] When Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs
became head coach in 1981, he selected Taylor to be the receivers coach.[1] He served on the coaching staff through 1993 under Richie Petitbon, but was not retained by new head coach Norv Turner
Norv Turner
in March 1994, ending three decades with the franchise.[15] After football[edit] After he left coaching, Taylor worked for Jerry’s Ford in the Washington metropolitan area
Washington metropolitan area
and sold boats for Fountain Boats in Annapolis, Maryland. He now does speaking engagements and serves as a consultant to the Redskins.[1] In addition, the Charley Taylor Recreation Center in his native Grand Prairie, Texas
Grand Prairie, Texas
has his namesake. Personal life[edit] Taylor and his wife Patricia have been married since 1965 and live in Reston, Virginia. They have three children, Elizabeth, Erica, and Charles, Jr., and three grandchildren, Robyn, Jordyn, and Nathan.[1] References[edit]

^ a b c d e f g h i j "Whatever Happened To.... Charley Taylor". Capital News Services. Archived from the original on November 4, 2006. Retrieved 2008-06-20.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Charley Taylor's HOF Profile". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2008-06-20.  ^ Lea, Bud (August 8, 1964). "Bears rally for 28-17 win". Milwaukee Sentinel. p. 2, part 2.  ^ McHugh, Roy (August 8, 1964). "Mira, Taylor real all-stars, Bears find". Pittsburgh Press. p. 6.  ^ "Chicago dumps All-Stars, 28-17". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. Associated Press. August 8, 1964. p. 1B.  ^ a b "Arizona State Sun Devils - History". College Football History. Retrieved 2008-06-20.  ^ Ragsdale, W.B., Jr. (December 10, 1964). "Redskins' Charley Taylor selected 'rookie of year'". Gettysburg Times. Associated Press. p. 5.  ^ Seppy, Tom (December 22, 1975). "Turnovers topple Redskins". Free Lance-Star. Fredericksburg, Virginia. Associated Press. p. 10.  ^ "Washington Redskins: 1970s". Washington Redskins. Archived from the original on 2008-06-13. Retrieved 2008-06-20.  ^ Career receiving yards, 1973 leaderboard ^ Career receiving yards, 1977 ^ " Charley Taylor retires". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Florida. Associated Press. June 2, 1978. p. 2F.  ^ "History: 70 Greatest Redskins". Washington Redskins. Archived from the original on 2008-05-31. Retrieved 2008-06-20.  ^ "Football's 100 Greatest Players". The Sporting News. Archived from the original on 2008-06-01. Retrieved 2008-06-19.  ^ "Redskins fire Charley Taylor". New York Times. Associated Press. March 2, 1994. Retrieved March 10, 2016. 

External links[edit]

Biography portal

Charley Taylor at the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Career statistics and player information from NFL.com • Pro-Football-Reference • Databasefootball.com

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Conference championships (5)

1972 1982 1983 1987 1991

League championships (5)

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Hall of Fame players

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All-time leaders

Passing Receiving Rushing Kick and punt returning

Current league affiliations

League: National Football League Conference: National Football Conference Division: East Division

Seasons (86)

1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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Boston / Washington Redskins
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first-round draft picks

R. Smith Baugh Farkas Hale Boell Evashevski Sanders Jenkins Micka Hardy Rossi Gilmer Tew Goode G. Thomas Heath Isbell Scarbath Meilinger Guglielmi Vereb Bosseler Allard Lucas Snead Rutgens E. Davis Richter C. Taylor Gogolak R. McDonald J. Smith Monk May D. Green B. Wilson D. Howard T. Carter Shuler Westbrook A. Johnson Lang Bailey Arrington Samuels Gardner Ramsey S. Taylor C. Rogers Campbell Landry Orakpo Williams Kerrigan Griffin III Scherff Doctson Allen

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
1964 NFL Draft selections

Charley Taylor Paul Krause Jim Snowden Russ Brown Dick Shiner Len Hauss Rick Leeson Gene Donaldson Bob Avolerin Tom McDonald Tom Urbanik Dick Evers Tom Walters Ozzie Clay Bob Jones John Seedborg Gordon Guest

Draft years 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1950 AAFC 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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1964 NFL draft first-round selections

Dave Parks Bob Brown Charley Taylor Scott Appleton Pete Beathard Carl Eller Bill Munson Marv Woodson Ken Kortas Paul Martha Paul Warfield Joe Don Looney Lloyd Voss Dick Evey

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XVII champions

3 Mark Moseley 5 Jeff Hayes 7 Joe Theismann 8 Bob Holly 17 Tom Owen 20 Joe Lavender 21 Mike Nelms 22 Curtis Jordan 23 Tony Peters 25 Joe Washington 29 Mark Murphy 30 Nick Giaquinto 32 Vernon Dean 38 Clarence Harmon 39 Otis Wonsley 40 Wilbur Jackson 44 John Riggins
John Riggins
(MVP) 45 Jeris White 46 LeCharls McDaniel 47 Greg Williams 50 Larry Kubin 51 Monte Coleman 52 Neal Olkewicz 53 Jeff Bostic 54 Peter Cronan 55 Mel Kaufman 56 Quentin Lowry 57 Rich Milot 58 Stuart Anderson 62 Donald Laster 63 Fred Dean 65 Dave Butz 66 Joe Jacoby 68 Russ Grimm 69 Perry Brooks 71 Garry Puetz 72 Dexter Manley 73 Mark May 74 George Starke 75 Pat Ogrin 76 Mat Mendenhall 77 Darryl Grant 78 Tony McGee 79 Todd Liebenstein 80 Virgil Seay 81 Art Monk 82 Rich Caster 84 Mike Williams 85 Don Warren 86 Clint Didier 87 Charlie Brown 88 Rick Walker 89 Alvin Garrett

Head coach: Joe Gibbs

Coaches: Don Breaux Joe Bugel Dan Henning Larry Peccatiello Richie Petitbon Wayne Sevier Warren Simmons Charley Taylor LaVern Torgeson

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XXII champions

6 Ali Haji-Sheikh 10 Jay Schroeder 11 Mark Rypien 12 Steve Cox 17 Doug Williams (MVP) 23 Todd Bowles 24 Kelvin Bryant 26 Craig McEwen 28 Darrell Green 29 Reggie Branch 30 Anthony Allen 31 Clarence Vaughn 32 Vernon Dean 34 Brian Davis 35 Keith Griffin 36 Timmy Smith 38 George Rogers 40 Alvin Walton 41 Tim Morrison 45 Barry Wilburn 46 Dennis Woodberry 50 Ravin Caldwell 51 Monte Coleman 52 Neal Olkewicz 53 Jeff Bostic 54 Kurt Gouveia 55 Mel Kaufman 57 Rich Milot 58 David Jones 61 Rick Kehr 63 Raleigh McKenzie 64 Steve Hamilton 65 Dave Butz 66 Joe Jacoby 67 Kit Lathrop 68 Russ Grimm 69 R. C. Thielemann 71 Charles Mann 72 Dexter Manley 73 Mark May 74 Markus Koch 76 Ed Simmons 77 Darryl Grant 78 Dean Hamel 80 Eric Yarber 81 Art Monk 82 Anthony Jones 83 Ricky Sanders 84 Gary Clark 85 Don Warren 86 Clint Didier 87 Terry Orr 88 Joe Caravello 89 Clarence Verdin

Head coach: Joe Gibbs

Coaches: Chuck Banker Don Breaux Joe Bugel Joe Diange Dan Henning Bill Hickman Paul Lanham Larry Peccatiello Richie Petitbon Jerry Rhome Dan Riley Warren Simmons Charley Taylor Emmitt Thomas LaVern Torgeson

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XXVI champions

2 Kelly Goodburn 6 Cary Conklin (IR) 8 Chip Lohmiller 10 Jeff Rutledge 11 Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
(MVP) 16 Stan Humphries 20 Alvoid Mays 21 Earnest Byner 26 Danny Copeland 27 Brad Edwards 28 Darrell Green 30 Brian Mitchell 31 Clarence Vaughn 32 Ricky Ervins 34 Terry Hoage 35 Martin Mayhew 37 Gerald Riggs 40 Alvin Walton 45 Sidney Johnson 47 A. J. Johnson 48 Travis Curtis 50 Ravin Caldwell 51 Monte Coleman 53 Jeff Bostic 54 Kurt Gouveia 55 Andre Collins 57 Matt Millen 58 Wilber Marshall 60 Fred Stokes 61 Mark Adickes 62 Ralph Tamm 63 Raleigh McKenzie 65 Mohammed Elewonibi (IR) 66 Joe Jacoby 67 Ray Brown 68 Russ Grimm 69 Mark Schlereth 71 Charles Mann 74 Markus Koch 75 Eric Williams 76 Ed Simmons 78 Tim Johnson 79 Jim Lachey 80 Keenan McCardell (IR) 80 Joe Johnson 81 Art Monk 82 John Brandes 83 Ricky Sanders 84 Gary Clark 85 Don Warren 86 Stephen Hobbs 87 Ron Middleton 88 James Jenkins 88 Jimmie Johnson 89 Terry Orr 94 Bobby Wilson 97 Jumpy Geathers 99 Jason Buck

Head coach: Joe Gibbs

Coaches: Don Breaux Jack Burns Bobby DePaul Rod Dowhower Jim Hanifan Larry Peccatiello Richie Petitbon Dan Riley Wayne Sevier Warren Simmons Charley Taylor Emmitt Thomas LaVern Torgeson Steve Wetzel

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National Football League
National Football League
NFL's 1960s All-Decade Team

Sonny Jurgensen Bart Starr Johnny Unitas John David Crow Paul Hornung Leroy Kelly Gale Sayers Jim Brown Jim Taylor John Mackey Del Shofner Charley Taylor Gary Collins Boyd Dowler Bob Brown Forrest Gregg Ralph Neely Gene Hickerson Jerry Kramer Howard Mudd Jim Ringo Doug Atkins Willie Davis Deacon Jones Alex Karras Bob Lilly Merlin Olsen Dick Butkus Larry Morris Ray Nitschke Tommy Nobis Dave Robinson Herb Adderley Lem Barney Bobby Boyd Ed Meador Larry Wilson Willie Wood Jim Bakken Don Chandler

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Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Class of 1984

Willie Brown Mike McCormack Charley Taylor Arnie Weinmeister

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Members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Quarterbacks

Pre-modern era

Baugh Clark Conzelman Driscoll Friedman Herber Luckman A. Parker

Modern era

Aikman Blanda Bradshaw L. Dawson Elway Favre Fouts Graham Griese Jurgensen J. Kelly Layne Marino Montana Moon Namath Stabler Starr Staubach Tarkenton Tittle Unitas Van Brocklin Warner Waterfield Young

Running backs

Pre-modern era

Battles Canadeo Dudley Grange Guyon Hinkle Lambeau Leemans McAfee McNally Nagurski Nevers Pollard Strong Thorpe Van Buren

Modern era

M. Allen Bettis J. Brown Campbell Csonka T. Davis Dickerson Dorsett Faulk Gifford Harris Hornung J. H. Johnson L. Kelly F. Little Martin Matson McElhenny Moore Motley Payton Perry Riggins B. Sanders Sayers Simpson E. Smith Jim Taylor T. Thomas Tomlinson Trippi Walker

Wide receivers / ends

Pre-modern era

Badgro Chamberlin Flaherty Halas Hewitt Hutson Millner

Modern era

Alworth Berry Biletnikoff T. Brown Carter Fears Harrison Hayes Hirsch Irvin Joiner Largent Lavelli Lofton Maynard McDonald Mitchell Monk Moss Owens Pihos Reed Rice Stallworth Swann C. Taylor Warfield

Tight ends

Casper Ditka Mackey Newsome C. Sanders Sharpe J. Smith Winslow

Offensive linemen

L. Allen B. Brown R. Brown Creekmur D. Dawson DeLamielleure Dierdorf Gatski Gregg Grimm Hannah Hickerson S. Jones W. Jones Kramer Langer L. Little Mack Matthews McCormack McDaniel Mix Munchak Muñoz Ogden Otto Pace J. Parker Ringo Roaf Shaw Shell Shields Slater St. Clair Stanfel Stephenson Tingelhoff Upshaw Webster Wright Yary Zimmerman

Pre-modern era two-way players

Edwards Fortmann Healey Hein Henry Hubbard Kiesling Kinard Lyman Michalske Musso Owen Stydahar Trafton Turner Wojciechowicz

Defensive linemen

Atkins Bethea Buchanan Culp W. Davis Dean Dent Doleman Donovan Eller Ford J. Greene Haley Hampton Humphrey D. Jones Jordan Kennedy Lilly Long Marchetti Nomellini Olsen Page Randle Robustelli Sapp Selmon B. Smith Stautner Strahan Ja. Taylor Weinmeister Ra. White Re. White Willis Youngblood

Linebackers

Bednarik Bo. Bell Brazile Brooks Buoniconti Butkus Carson Connor George K. Greene Ham Hanburger Hendricks Huff Jackson Lambert Lanier Lewis Nitschke Richter Robinson Schmidt Seau Singletary L. Taylor D. Thomas Tippett Urlacher Wilcox

Defensive backs

Adderley Barney Blount W. Brown Butler Christiansen Dawkins Easley Green Haynes Houston J. Johnson Krause Lane Lary LeBeau Lott Renfro D. Sanders E. Thomas Tunnell Wehrli Williams L. Wilson Wood Woodson

Placekickers and punters

Andersen Groza Guy Stenerud

Coaches

G. Allen P. Brown Chamberlin Conzelman Dungy Ewbank Flaherty Gibbs Gillman Grant Halas Lambeau Landry Levy Lombardi Madden Neale Noll Owen Parcells Shula Stram Walsh

Contributors

Beathard Be. Bell Bidwill Carr A. Davis DeBartolo Finks Halas Hunt J. Jones Lambeau T. Mara W. Mara Marshall Polian Ray Reeves A. Rooney D. Rooney Rozelle Sabol Schramm R. Wilson Wolf

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80 Greatest Redskins

21 Terry Allen RB 1995–98 56 LaVar Arrington
LaVar Arrington
LB 2000–05 41 Mike Bass CB 1969–75 20 Cliff Battles B 1932–37 33 Sammy Baugh
Sammy Baugh
QB 1937–52 31 Don Bosseler FB 1957–64 53 Jeff Bostic
Jeff Bostic
C 1980–93 4 Mike Bragg P 1968–79 80 Gene Brito
Gene Brito
DE 1951–53, 1955–58 43 Larry Brown RB 1969–76 77 Bill Brundige DE 1970–77 65 Dave Butz DT 1975–88 21 Earnest Byner RB 1989–93 84 Gary Clark WR 1985–92 51 Monte Coleman
Monte Coleman
LB 1979–94 53 Al DeMao
Al DeMao
C 1945–53 36 Chuck Drazenovich
Chuck Drazenovich
LB 1950–59 35 Bill Dudley RB 1950–51, 1953 17 Turk Edwards T 1932–40 44 Andy Farkas FB 1938–44 37 Pat Fischer CB 1968–77 28 Darrell Green
Darrell Green
CB 1983–2002 68 Russ Grimm
Russ Grimm
G 1981–91 55 Chris Hanburger LB 1965–78 57 Ken Harvey LB 1994–98 56 Len Hauss C 1964–77 75 Terry Hermeling OT 1970–80 27 Ken Houston S 1973–80 70 Sam Huff LB 1964–67, 1969 66 Joe Jacoby T/G 1981–93 47 Dick James RB 1955–63 76 Jon Jansen
Jon Jansen
OT 1999–08 80 Roy Jefferson WR 1971–76 9 Sonny Jurgensen
Sonny Jurgensen
QB 1964–74 22 Charlie Justice RB 1950, 1952–54 17 Billy Kilmer QB 1971–78 26 Paul Krause
Paul Krause
DB 1964–67 79 Jim Lachey T 1988–95 14 Eddie LeBaron
Eddie LeBaron
QB 1952–53, 1955–59 72 Dexter Manley DE 1981–89 71 Charles Mann DE 1983–93 58 Wilber Marshall LB 1988–92 73 Mark May
Mark May
T 1981–89 79 Ron McDole DE 1971–78 63 Raleigh McKenzie
Raleigh McKenzie
G 1985–94 53 Harold McLinton LB 1969–78 40 Wayne Millner E 1936–41, 1945 49 Bobby Mitchell FL 1962–68 30 Brian Mitchell RB 1990–99 81 Art Monk
Art Monk
WR 1980–93 3 Mark Moseley
Mark Moseley
K 1974–86 29 Mark Murphy S 1977–84 21 Mike Nelms
Mike Nelms
KR 1980–84 52 Neal Olkewicz LB 1979–89 23 Brig Owens LB 1966–77 26 Clinton Portis
Clinton Portis
RB 2004–10 65 Vince Promuto G 1960–70 44 John Riggins
John Riggins
RB 1976–79, 1981–85 11 Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
QB 1987–93 60 Chris Samuels
Chris Samuels
OT 2000–09 83 Ricky Sanders
Ricky Sanders
WR 1986–93 76 Ed Simmons T 1987–93 87 Jerry Smith TE 1965–77 60 Dick Stanfel
Dick Stanfel
G 1956–58 74 George Starke T 1973–84 72 Diron Talbert DT 1971–80 42 Charley Taylor WR 1964–77 84 Hugh Taylor WR 1947–54 21 Sean Taylor
Sean Taylor
S 2004–07 7 Joe Theismann
Joe Theismann
QB 1974–85 67 Rusty Tillman LB 1970–77 85 Don Warren TE 1979–92 25 Joe Washington RB 1981–84 17 Doug Williams QB 1986–89

Administration

George Allen Head Coach 1971–77 Bobby Beathard General Manager 1978–89 Joe Bugel Offensive Line Coach 1981–89, 04–09 Ray Flaherty
Ray Flaherty
Head Coach 1936–42 Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs
Head Coach 1981–92 Richie Petitbon Defensive Coordinator 1978–92

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Ring of Fame

George Allen Head Coach 1971–77 Cliff Battles RB 1932–37 Sammy Baugh
Sammy Baugh
QB 1937–52 Gene Brito
Gene Brito
DE, 1951–53, 1955–58 Larry Brown RB 1969–76 Dave Butz DT 1975–88 Gary Clark WR 1985–92 Jack Kent Cooke
Jack Kent Cooke
Owner 1961–97 Bill Dudley RB, 1950–51, 1953 Wayne Curry Prince George's County Executive 1994–2002 Pat Fischer CB 1968–77 Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs
Head Coach, 1981–92, 2004–07 Darrell Green
Darrell Green
CB 1983–2002 Russ Grimm
Russ Grimm
G 1981–91 Chris Hanburger LB 1965–78 Ken Harvey LB 1994–98 Len Hauss C 1964–77 Phil Hochberg PA Announcer 1963–2000 Ken Houston S 1973–80 Sam Huff LB, 1964–67, 1969 Joe Jacoby T/G 1981–93 Dick James RB 1956–63 Sonny Jurgensen
Sonny Jurgensen
QB 1964–74 Charlie Justice RB, 1950, 1952–54 Billy Kilmer QB 1971–78 Eddie LeBaron
Eddie LeBaron
QB, 1952–53, 1955–59 Vince Lombardi
Vince Lombardi
Head Coach 1969 Dexter Manley DE 1981–89 Charles Mann DE 1983–93 George Preston Marshall
George Preston Marshall
Team Founder & Owner 1932–69 Wayne Millner End, 1936–41, 1945 Bobby Mitchell Flanker 1962–68 Brian Mitchell RB/KR 1990–99 Art Monk
Art Monk
WR 1980–93 Mark Moseley
Mark Moseley
PK 1974–86 Brig Owens DB 1966–77 Richie Petitbon S 1971-72, defensive coordinator 1981-92 Vince Promuto G 1960–70 John Riggins
John Riggins
RB, 1976–79, 1981–85 Jerry Smith TE 1965–77 Charley Taylor WR 1964–77 Sean Taylor
Sean Taylor
S 2004–07 Joe Theismann
Joe Theismann
QB 1974–85 Lamar "Bubba" Tyer Head Athletic Trainer, 1971–2002, 2004–08 Doug Wil

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