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WashingtonRedskins

NFC East
Championships Stadiums Front Office


History

Current roster

Retired Numbers

The Redskins don't "technically" retire numbers, below there is a list of "unofficial retired numbers" -- although they have retired one number, that is number 33 Sammy Baugh. The Redskins' policy since Baugh's retirement has been to not retire numbers.

   * 7 Joe Theismann, QB, 1974-85
   * 9 Sonny Jurgensen, QB, 1964-74
   * 28 Darrell Green, CB, 1983-2002
   * 42 Charley Taylor, WR, 1964-77
   * 43 Larry Brown, RB, 1969-76
   * 44 John Riggins, RB, 1976-79, 1981-85
   * 49 Bobby Mitchell, RB, 1962-68
   * 51 Monte Coleman, LB, 1979-94
   * 65 Dave Butz, DT, 1975-88
   * 70 Sam Huff, LB, 1964-69 (worn by Leonard Marshall in 1994)
   * 81 Art Monk, WR, 1980-93
   * 21 Sean Taylor, FS, 2004-07
   * 17 Doug Williams, QB, 1986–89 (worn by Jason Campbell from 2005-present, Jason received permission from Doug himself)

General Managers

Bruce Allen

Head Coaches

Lud Wray (1932)

William Dietz (1933-34)

Eddie Casey (1935)

Ray Flaherty (1936-42)

Dutch Bergman (1943)

Dudley DeGroot (1944-45)

Turk Edwards (1946-48)

John Whelchel (1949)

Herman Ball (1949-51)

Dick Todd (1951)

Curly Lambeau (1952-53)

Joe Kuharich (1954-58)

Mike Nixon (1959-60)

Bill McPeak (1961-65)

Otto Graham (1966-68)

Vince Lombardi (1969)

Bill Austin (1970)

George Allen (1971-77)

Jack Pardee (1978-1980)

Joe Gibbs (1982-1992)

Richie Petitbon (1993)

Norv Turner (1994-2000)

Terry Rokbiskie (2000)

Marty Schottenheimer (2001)

Steve Spurrier (2002-03)

Joe Gibbs (2004-07)

Jim Zorn (2008-09)

Mike Shanahan (2010-present)

Awards

MVP

Rookie of the Year

Record Per Season

All Time Records

Career Records

Passing Yards: 25,206 - Joe Theismann (1974–1985)

Passing Touchdowns: 187 - Sammy Baugh (1937–1952)

Rushing Yards: 7,472 - John Riggins (1976–1979,1981–1985)

Receptions: 888 - Art Monk (1980–1993)

Receiving Yards: 12,028 - Art Monk (1980–1993)

Pass Interceptions: 54 - Darrell Green (1983–2002)

Field Goals Made: 263 - Mark Moseley (1974–1986)

Points: 1,207 - Mark Moseley (1974–1986)

Total Touchdowns: 90 - Charley Taylor (1964–1977)

Punt Return Average: 12.8 - Johnny Williams (1952–1953)

Kickoff Return Average: 28.5 - Bobby Mitchell (1962–1968)

Punting Average: 45.1 - Sammy Baugh (1937–1952)

Sacks: 97.5 - Dexter Manley (1981–1989)

Single Season Records

Passing Yards: 4,109 - Jay Schroeder (1986)

Passing Touchdowns: 31 - Sonny Jurgensen (1967)

Rushing Yards: 1,516 - Clinton Portis (2005)

Receptions: 106 - Art Monk (1984)

Receiving Yards: 1,483 - Santana Moss (2005)

Pass Interceptions: 13 - Dan Sandifer (1948)

Field Goals Made: 33 - Mark Moseley (1983)

Points: 161 - Mark Moseley (1983)

Total Touchdowns: 24 - John Riggins (1983)

Punt Return Average: 15.3 - Johnny Williams (1952)

Kickoff Return Average: 29.7 - Mike Nelms (1981)

Punting Average: 51.4 - Sammy Baugh (1940)

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