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Building Up The History Section Of The Website With Legends Profiles

While the NFL offseason seems to grow shorter and shorter as the years go by, there is still an offseason. After the opening of free agency and the NFL Draft, there is definitely a lull in the action. There isn’t much to report on and there isn’t much to talk about.

One of the things that I have become passionate about, is trying to build up the history section of this website. So for me, using this time in the offseason to add to the resources that this site provides, seems like a good thing to do.

One of the thing that I have always wanted to have more of, is profiles of players that have been great for this team. Sure a lot of them are from what seems like long ago, but how else are the youth of today and tomorrow supposed to learn about the greats if there are few resources?

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RIP Sam Huff

Hall Of Famer and Washington Icon Sam Huff Passes Away At 87

Sam Huff was a Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker and a four-time Pro Bowler, as well as a popular player and announcer in Washington. He passed away on Saturday. He was 87 years old.

A lawyer for the Huff family – Deborah Matthews –  told the Associated Press that he died of natural causes in Virginia.

Huff was born and raised in a West Virginia coal mining camp. He went to West Virginia University, and was an All-American offensive lineman for the Mountaineers’ football team. He was also the catcher for the baseball team.

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Throwback Thursday – Lombardi and Jurgensen Beat Noll’s Steelers

It was on this day, October 26th in 1969, that a Redskins team coached by the late, great Vince Lombardi defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 14-7.

Hall of Famer Sonny Jurgensen scored both Redskin touchdowns, one with his feet, and one with his arm. The second, a 17 yard pass to Charley Taylor.

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Q & A With Larry Brown

We here at the-Hogs.net were lucky enough to have #43 Larry Brown stop by and answer the questions posted for him by our members.

We are incredibly appreciative of his time, and his willingness to stay connected with Washington fans.

Here are the questions and answers:

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