List of Washington Redskins players

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Joe Theismann, quarterback for the Redskins between 1974 and 1985, led the Redskins to a win in Super Bowl XVII and an appearance in Super Bowl XVIII.[1]

This is a list of American football players who have played for the Washington Redskins, as well as its predecessors the Boston Braves (1932) and Boston Redskins (19331936), in the National Football League (NFL). It includes players that have played at least five games in the NFL regular season.[a] The Washington Redskins franchise was originally founded in Boston, Massachusetts as the Boston Braves, named after the local baseball franchise.[2] The name was changed the next year to the Redskins. In 1937, the franchise moved to Washington, D.C.[3]

The Redskins have played over one thousand games. In those games, the club won five professional American football championships including two NFL Championships and three Super Bowls.[4] The franchise captured ten NFL divisional titles and six NFL conference championships.[5]

Overall, the Redskins have had a total of 23 players and coaches (17 primary, six minor)[b] inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.[6] Many Redskins players have also had successful college football careers, including six who were Heisman Trophy winners: Gary Beban, Desmond Howard, Vic Janowicz, George Rogers, Danny Wuerffel, and Robert Griffin III.[7] In addition, the Heisman Trophy sculpture was modeled after Ed Smith in 1934, who became a Redskins player in 1936.[8]

Several former players have become head coach of the Redskins, including Turk Edwards, Dick Todd, and Jack Pardee.[9] In addition, former players have become assistant coaches, such as Earnest Byner, Russ Grimm, Greg Manusky, and Keenan McCardell. Other players have also become successful in non-sport activities, like acting (Terry Crews and Jamal Duff) and politics (Tom Osborne and Heath Shuler).[10]

Players on the Redskins have also been related from time to time. In 1957, Redskins end Joe Walton became the first son of an NFL player to play in the league. His father, Frank Walton also played on the Redskins. Joe Krakoski and his son, also named Joe Krakoski, also both played for the Redskins.[11] In addition, four sets of brothers have played with each other while on the Redskins: Chris and Nic Clemons, Cecil and Ray Hare, Ed and Robert Khayat, and Dan and Matt Turk.[12]

Key[edit]

      Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame
      Voted one of the 80 Greatest Redskins[13][14]
      Redskins' first-round draft picks
      Replacement player during the 1987 NFL players strike[15]

Statistics
Jersey number # [c]
Missing
jersey number
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Games played
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Position(s) Pos. [d]
Seasons played
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Players[edit]

Updated as of the 2012 NFL season

A[edit]

Ethan Albright, who made the Pro Bowl in 2008, was the long snapper for the Redskins from 2001 to 2009.[16]
Jessie Armstead was a linebacker for the Redskins from 2002 to 2003.[17]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
42 John Adams OL Notre Dame 55 1945–49
50 Willie Adams DE / LB New Mexico State 28 1965–66
58 Mario Addison LB Troy 5 2012
25/44 Nick Adduci DB Nebraska 22 1954–55
61 Mark Adickes OL Baylor 24 1990–92
19 Joe Aguirre TE St. Mary's (Cal.) 40 1941, 1943–45
18 Frank Akins RB Washington State 30 1943–46
42 Dick Alban DB Northwestern 48 1952–55
67 Ethan Albright C / LS / OT North Carolina 144 2001–09
55 Ki Aldrich C Texas Christian 51 1941–42, 1945–47
79/97 Lorenzo Alexander DT / LB California 92 2006–12
58 Patrise Alexander LB Louisiana-Lafayette 33 1996–98
80 Stephen Alexander TE Oklahoma 53 1998–01
89 Anthony Allen WR Washington 17 1987–89
20 Jerry Allen RB Nebraska-Omaha 24 1967–69
52 Johnny Allen OL Purdue 48 1955–58
21 Terry Allen HB Clemson 52 1995–98
81 Mack Alston TE Maryland-Eastern Shore 34 1970–72
39 David Amerson CB North Carolina State 16 2013–present
42 Bill Anderson TE Tennessee 74 1958–63
83 Bruce Anderson DE / LB Willamette 14 1970
88 David Anderson WR Colorado State 4 2011
60 Gary Anderson OL Stanford 5 1980
58 Stuart Anderson LB Virginia 36 1982–84, 1985
81 Terry Anderson WR Bethune-Cookman 10 1978
Marger Apsit RB Southern California 12 1933
40 Adam Archuleta S Arizona State 16 2006
98 Jessie Armstead LB Miami (FL) 32 2002–03
13 Anthony Armstrong WR West Texas A&M 29 2009–11
64 Jim Arneson OL Arizona 7 1975
56 LaVar Arrington LB Penn State 79 2000–05
84 Jamie Asher TE Louisville 48 1995–98
73 Darryl Ashmore OL Northwestern 16 1996–97
46 Dale Atkeson FB 26 1954–56
25 Pervis Atkins RB / TE New Mexico State 17 1964–65
20 Oshiomogho Atogwe S Stanford 13 2011
27 Earl Audet OL Georgetown 10 1945
18 Terrence Austin WR UCLA 18 2010–11
89 John Aveni E Indiana 14 1961
56 Don Avery OT Alabama 21 1946–47

B[edit]

Coy Bacon was a defensive lineman for the Redskins from 1978 to 1981.[18]
Matt Bowen played safety for the Redskins from 2003 to 2005.[19]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
79/80 Coy Bacon DL Jackson State 51 1978–81
57 John Badaczewski OL Case Western Reserve 36 1949–51
26 Rick Badanjek RB Maryland 6 1986
74 Brad Badger OT Stanford 42 1997–99
00 Steve Bagarus RB Notre Dame 26 1945-46, 1948
24 Champ Bailey CB Georgia 80 1999–03
92 Chris Baker DL Hampton 29 2011–present
45/49 Sam Baker K / P / RB Oregon State 59 1953, 1956–59
93 Kentwan Balmer DE North Carolina 3 2011
72/97 Romeo Bandison DT Oregon 14 1995–96
61 Don Bandy G Tulsa 26 1967–68
16 Brandon Banks RS / WR Kansas State 41 2010–12
58 Carl Banks LB Michigan State 15 1993
12 Tony Banks QB Michigan State 15 2001
68/69 Willie Banks G Alcorn State 19 1968–69
15 Jim Barber OT San Francisco 76 1935–41
59 Shawn Barber LB Richmond 49 1998-01
81 Ken Barefoot TE Virginia Tech 8 1968
73 Ken Barfield OT Mississippi 8 1954
4 Bryan Barker P Santa Clara 44 2001–03
87 Ed Barker WR Washington State 12 1954
98 Tony Barker LB Rice 8 1992
32 Billy Ray Barnes RB Wake Forest 22 1962–63
25/22 Kevin Barnes CB Maryland 29 2009–11
77 Walt Barnes DL Nebraska 42 1966–68
55 Nick Barnett LB Oregon State 14 2013
77 Steve Barnett OL Oregon 14 1964
6/14 Tommy Barnhardt P North Carolina 20 1988, 2000
21 Roy Barni DB San Francisco 20 1955–56
80 Malcolm Barnwell WR Virginia Union 7 1985
36 Tom Barrington RB Ohio State 6 1966
29 Paul Barry RB Tulsa 12 1953
18 Hank Bartos G North Carolina 7 1938
27 Joe Bartos RB Navy 12 1950
41 Mike Bass DB Michigan 98 1969–75
20 Michael Bates KR Arizona 16 2001
70 D'Anthony Batiste OT Louisiana-Lafayette 8 2008–09
61 Michael Batiste DL / OL Tulane 6 1998
20 Cliff Battles HB West Virginia Wesleyan 60 1932–37
33 Sammy Baugh QB Texas Christian 165 1937–52
25 Rashad Bauman CB Oregon 28 2002–03
Frank Bausch C Kansas 33 1934–36
? George Bayer OT Washington 6 1949
34 Martin Bayless S Bowling Green 16 1994
67 Tom Beasley DL Virginia Tech 26 1984–86
56 Ed Beatty C Mississippi 5 1961
16 Gary Beban QB UCLA 5 1968–69
3/12 John Beck QB Brigham Young 4 2010–11
45 Ed Beinor OL Notre Dame 19 1941–42
87 Coleman Bell TE Miami (FL) 11 1994–95
36 William Bell RB Georgia Tech 39 1994–96
17 Josh Bellamy WR Louisville 5 2013
95 Dan Benish DT Clemson 3 1987
32 Donnell Bennett FB Miami (FL) 16 2001
1 Scott Bentley K Florida State 6 2000
48 Jordan Bernstine S Iowa 1 2012
82 Ed Berrang DE Villanova 31 1949–51, 1952
60 Marv Berschet DL / OL Illinois 16 1954–55
46 Ladell Betts RB Iowa 103 2002–09
30 E. J. Biggers CB Western Michigan 16 2013–present
89 Verlon Biggs DE Jackson State 55 1971–74
57 Guy Bingham C Montana 29 1992–93
60 Jordan Black OT Notre Dame 14 2012
54 H. B. Blades LB Pittsburgh 64 2007–10
14 Cary Blanchard K Oklahoma State 13 1998
16 Scott Blanton K Oklahoma 33 1995–98
51 Fred Boensch G Stanford 24 1947–48
62 Don Boll OL Nebraska 81 1953–59
22 Chuck Bond OT Washington 22 1937–38
56 Brian Bonner LB Wisconsin 6 1989
72 Dorian Boose DE Washington State 10 2001
71/73 Frank Bosch DL Colorado 39 1968–70
73 Ryan Boschetti DT UCLA 22 2004–08
31 Don Bosseler FB Miami (FL) 96 1957–64
53 Jeff Bostic OL Clemson 184 1980–93
Ben Boswell OL Texas Christian 11 1934
93 Marc Boutte DL Louisiana State 70 1994–99
41 Matt Bowen S Iowa 34 2003–05
72 Stephen Bowen DE Hofstra 42 2011–present
47 Larry Bowie FB Georgia 25 1996–99
22/23 Todd Bowles S Temple 101 1986–90, 1992–93
21 Deral Boykin S Louisville 12 1994
84/85 Tom Braatz LB Marquette 25 1957, 1958–59
38 Hal Bradley E Elon 8 1938–39
4 Mike Bragg P Richmond 172 1968–79
29/30 Reggie Branch RB West Virginia State 38 1985–89
82 John Brandes TE Cameron 33 1990–92
54 David Brandt OL Michigan 13 2001
59 John Brantley LB Georgia 12 1992
63 Ed Breding LB Texas A&M 28 1967–68
63 Rod Breedlove LB Maryland 62 1960–64
49 Homer Brewer S Mississippi 11 1960
85 Bill Briggs DE Iowa 23 1966–67
30 Bob Briggs FB Central Oklahoma 7 1965
75 Darrick Brilz OL Oregon State 7 1987
19 Dezmon Briscoe WR Kansas 7 2012–13
80 Gene Brito DE Loyola Marymount 84 1951–53, 1955–58
12 Eddie Britt RB Holy Cross 14 1936–37
80 Billy Brooks WR Boston University 16 1996
14 Durant Brooks P Georgia Tech 6 2008
69 Perry Brooks DL Southern 92 1978–84
40 Reggie Brooks RB Notre Dame 30 1993–95
36 Nehemiah Broughton FB Citadel 6 2005–08
82/86 Antonio Brown WR West Virginia 10 2004–05
60 Buddy Brown G Alabama 24 1951–52
87 Charlie Brown WR South Carolina State 33 1982–84
81 Danny Brown E Villanova 11 1950
78 Doug Brown DT Simon Fraser 20 1998–99
25 Eddie Brown S Tennessee 39 1975–77
25 Hardy Brown LB Tulsa 8 1950
77 Jammal Brown OT Oklahoma 27 2010–12
43 Larry Brown RB Kansas State 102 1969–76
67 Ray Brown OL Arkansas State 101 1989–95, 2004–05
59 Wilbert Brown C Houston 14 2002–03
50 Darrick Brownlow LB Florida State 32 1995–96
56 Charley Brueckman C Pittsburgh 9 1958
77 Bill Brundige DE Colorado 107 1970–77
8 Mark Brunell QB Washington 35 2004–07
26 Bob Brunet RB Louisiana Tech 81 1968, 1970–77
76 Anthony Bryant DT Alabama 6 2010
24 Kelvin Bryant RB North Carolina 46 1986–88, 1990
31 Phillip Buchanon CB Miami (FL) 17 2010–11
99 Jason Buck DL Brigham Young 37 1991–93
26 Curtis Buckley CB East Texas State 7 1999–00
20 Frank Budd WR Villanova 14 1963
88 Danny Buggs WR West Virginia 49 1976–79
10 Rudy Bukich QB Southern California 10 1957–58
39 George Buksar FB Purdue 21 1951–52
92 Derek Bunch LB Michigan State 3 1987
58 Shawn Burks LB Louisiana State 15 1986
58 George Burman OL Northwestern 28 1971–72
22 Danny Burmeister S North Carolina 3 1987
56 Chester Burnett LB Arizona 5 1998
48 John Burrell WR Rice 14 1966–67
Sam Busich E Ohio State 11 1936
47 Carl Butkus OT George Washington 9 1948
30 Crezdon Butler CB Clemson 2 2012
65 Dave Butz DL Purdue 203 1975–88
21 Earnest Byner RB East Carolina 80 1989–93
86 Dominique Byrd TE Southern California 2 2011

C[edit]

Jason Campbell was the quarterback for the Redskins from 2005 to 2009. He was then traded to the Oakland Raiders.[20]
Ryan Clark played safety for the Redskins from 2004 to 2005.[21]
Laveranues Coles, seen here with the New York Jets, was a wide receiver for the Redskins from 2003 to 2004.[22]
Todd Collins was a quarterback for the Redskins from 2006 to 2009.[23]
Chris Cooley, starting tight end for the Redskins from 2004 to 2011.[24]
Terry Crews, defensive end for the Redskins in 1995,[25] is now a successful movie actor.[26]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
50 Ravin Caldwell LB Arkansas 79 1987–92
86 Reche Caldwell WR Florida 8 2007
17 Jason Campbell QB Auburn 52 2005–09
37 Jesse Campbell S North Carolina State 19 1997–98
50 Khary Campbell LB Bowling Green 68 2004–08
66 Matt Campbell OL South Carolina 11 2001
Bob Campiglio RB West Liberty State 6 1933
75 Don Campora OT Pacific 5 1953
30 Trung Canidate RB Arizona 11 2003
82/88 Joe Caravello TE Tulane 23 1987–88
79 Mark Carlson OT Southern Connecticut State 3 1987
41 Brian Carpenter CB Michigan 18 1983–84
89 Preston Carpenter RB / TE Arkansas 24 1964–66
21 Jimmy Carr CB Charleston 27 1964–65
27 Mark Carrier DB Southern California 15 2000
94 Adam Carriker DE Nebraska 34 2010–13
59/60 Jim Carroll LB Notre Dame 40 1966–68
81/89 Leo Carroll DE San Diego State 21 1969–70
26 Vic Carroll OL Pasadena CC 63 1936–42
82 Johnny Carson TE Georgia 57 1954–59
99 Andre Carter DE California 80 2006–10
23 Ki-Jana Carter RB Penn State 14 2001
25 Tom Carter CB Notre Dame 62 1993–96
31 Rock Cartwright RB Kansas State 123 2002–09
26 Jim Castiglia RB Georgetown 17 1947–48
54 Al Catanho LB Rutgers 15 1996
37 Larry Centers FB Stephen F. Austin 31 1999–00
92 Martin Chase DT Oklahoma 13 2003
37 Raphel Cherry DB Hawaii 16 1985
66 Chris Chester G Oklahoma 48 2011–present
40 Tashard Choice RB Georgia Tech 1 2011
72 Don Churchwell OT Mississippi 10 1959
43 Ed Cifers E Tennessee 33 1941–42, 1946
31 Frank Clair E Ohio State 10 1941
35 Rickey Claitt RB Bethune-Cookman 28 1980–81
Algy Clark OT / RB Ohio State 9 1932
84 Gary Clark WR James Madison 122 1985–92
65 Jim Clark G Oregon State 24 1952–53
75 Mike Clark DE Florida 5 1981
25 Ryan Clark S Louisiana State 28 2004–05
32 Billy Clay CB Mississippi 6 1966
28 Ozzie Clay S Iowa State 14 1964
57 Chris Clemons LB Georgia 20 2003–05
90 Nic Clemons DE Georgia 8 2005
34 Jack Cloud RB William & Mary 20 1952–53
26 Tom Cochran RB Auburn 11 1949
36 Joe Cofer S Tennessee 3 1987
48 Ken Coffey S Southwest Texas State 41 1983–84, 1986
96 Barry Cofield DT Northwestern 48 2011–present
48 Angelo Coia E Citadel 27 1964–65
62 Ben Coleman OL Wake Forest 15 2001
15 Greg Coleman P Florida A&M 10 1988
99 Marco Coleman DE Georgia Tech 44 1999–01
51 Monte Coleman LB Central Arkansas 215 1979–94
80 Laveranues Coles WR Florida State 32 2003–04
89 Jim Collier TE Arkansas 14 1963
55 Andre Collins LB Penn State 75 1990–94
Paul Collins E Trinity 43 1932–35
91 Shane Collins DE Arizona State 30 1992–94
15 Todd Collins QB Michigan 8 2006–09
68 Tom Compton OT South Dakota 15 2012–present
53 William Compton LB Nebraska–Lincoln 1 2013–present
Rick Concannon G New York 24 1934–36
44 Merl Condit HB Carnegie Mellon 5 1945
12 Cary Conklin QB Washington 5 1991–93
83 Albert Connell WR Texas A&M 50 1997–00
10 Mike Connell P Cincinnati 32 1980–81
5 Brett Conway K Penn State 41 1998–99, 2000–02
75 Anthony Cook DE South Carolina State 16 1999
58 Erik Cook C / G New Mexico 6 2010–11
47 Chris Cooley TE Utah State 117 2004–12
57 Anthony Copeland LB Wichita State 3 1987
26 Danny Copeland S Eastern Kentucky 43 1991–93
15 Al Couppee RB Iowa 7 1946
12/8 Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State 8 2012–present
54 John Cowne C Virginia Tech 3 1987
91 Delbert Cowsette DT Maryland 32 2000–02
14/40 Bill Cox E Duke 26 1951–52, 1955
12 Steve Cox K / P Arkansas 41 1985–88
56 Eric Coyle C Colorado 3 1987–88
23 Claude Crabb CB Colorado 26 1962–63
79 Dennis Crane DT Southern California 24 1968–69
39/20 Richard Crawford CB Southern Methodist 10 2012–present
90 Terry Crews DE Western Michigan 16 1995
55 Harold Crisler E San José State 22 1948–49
54 Don Croftcheck OL Indiana 26 1965–66
54 Peter Cronan LB Boston College 40 1981–85
85 Gene Cronin DE Pacific 28 1961–62
57 Dave Crossan C Maryland 59 1965–69
22 Jim Crotty CB Notre Dame 14 1960–61
Orien Crow C Haskell Indian Nations 22 1933–34
5 Billy Cundiff K Drake 5 2012
30 Jim Cunningham RB Pittsburgh 42 1961–63
57 Donté Curry LB Morris Brown 8 2001
90 Bobby Curtis LB Savannah State 3 1987
32 Mike Curtis LB Duke 27 1977–78
67 Andy Cvercko G Northwestern 8 1963

D[edit]

Jamal Duff, seen here on the set of The Game Plan, was a defensive lineman in 1997 and 1998[27] and is now an actor.[28]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
75 Bob Dahl OL Notre Dame 26 1996–98
82 Roland Dale E Mississippi 11 1950
95 Lional Dalton DT Eastern Michigan 12 2003
56 Calvin Daniels LB North Carolina 13 1986
93 Phillip Daniels DE Georgia 82 2004–10
67 Bernie Darre G Tulane 12 1961
75 Ben Davidson DE Washington 28 1962–63
26 Andy Davis RB George Washington 8 1952
34 Brian Davis CB Nebraska 38 1987–90
17 Fred Davis DL Alabama 26 1941–42, 1945
86/83 Fred Davis TE Southern California 72 2008–13
48 Stephen Davis RB Auburn 99 1996–02
26 Wayne Davis CB Indiana State 9 1989–90
73 Mike Davlin OT Notre Dame 9 1955
10/19 Eagle Day P / QB Mississippi 16 1959–60
53 Rufus Deal RB Auburn 6 1942
63 Fred Dean G Texas Southern 40 1978–80, 1982
32 Vernon Dean CB San Diego State 85 1982–87
27 Art DeCarlo DB / WR Georgia 14 1956–57
29 Bill DeCorrevont QB / RB Northwestern 10 1945
89 Bob Dee DE Holy Cross 22 1957–58
61 Bob DeFruiter RB Nebraska 11 1945–47
83 Paul Dekker E Michigan State 11 1953
92 Jerry DeLoach DE California 15 2001
53 Al DeMao C Duquesne 97 1945–53
75 Rick DeMulling G Idaho 5 2007
22 Pat Dennis CB Louisiana-Monroe 11 2004
44 Moses Denson RB Maryland-Eastern Shore 26 1974–75
25 Tim Denton CB Sam Houston State 32 1998–99
62 Darrell Dess G North Carolina State 14 1965–66
86 Clint Didier TE Portland State 74 1982–87
51 John Didion LB Oregon State 24 1969–70
26 Cris Dishman CB Purdue 32 1997–98
66 Derrick Dockery G Texas 85 2003–06, 2009–10
84 Chris Doering WR Florida 15 2002
35 Jason Doering DB Wisconsin 6 2004
46 Don Doll CB Southern California 12 1953
76 Rick Donnalley OL North Carolina 28 1984–85
16 Al Dorow QB Michigan State 31 1954–56
37/23 Reed Doughty S Northern Colorado 107 2006–13
22/44 Harry Dowda DB Wake Forest 60 1949–53
86 Boyd Dowler WR Colorado 12 1971
70 Troy Drake OT Indiana 11 1998
26 Tyronne Drakeford CB Virginia Tech 9 2000
36 Chuck Drazenovich LB Penn State 113 1950–59
67 Greg Dubinetz G Yale 15 1979
86 Phil DuBois TE San Diego State 17 1979–80
36 T. J. Duckett RB Michigan State 10 2006
18 Joe Duckworth E Colgate 12 1947
35 Bill Dudley HB / K / P Virginia 36 1950–51, 1953
92 Jamal Duff DL San Diego State 26 1997–98
87 Fred Dugan WR Alabama 39 1961–63
63 Steve Duich G San Diego State 11 1969
45 Speedy Duncan CB Jackson State 38 1971–74
? Coye Dunn B USC 3 1943
25 Reggie Dupard RB Southern Methodist 14 1989–90
59 Brad Dusek LB Texas A&M 114 1974–81
29 Jack Dwyer DB Loyola Marymount 12 1951
38 Les Dye E Syracuse 19 1944–45
32 Henry Dyer RB Grambling State 25 1969–70

E[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
75/80 Enrique Ecker OT John Carroll 9 1952
27 Brad Edwards S South Carolina 64 1990–93
17 Turk Edwards OT Washington State 86 1932–40
48 Weldon Edwards OT Texas Christian 5 1948
31 Clyde Ehrhardt C Georgia 34 1946, 1948–49
24/25 Pat Eilers S Notre Dame 28 1992–94
64 Mohammed Elewonibi OT Brigham Young 20 1991–93
85 Henry Ellard WR Fresno State 65 1994–98
52 Matt Elliott C / G Michigan 16 1992–93
69 Ed Ellis OT Buffalo 12 2000
48 Doug Elmore P Mississippi 14 1962
32 Leo Elter RB Vllanova 35 1955–57
Mickey Erickson OL Northwestern 9 1932
32 Ricky Ervins RB Southern California 62 1991–94
25 David Etherly CB Oregon State 3 1987
25 John Eubanks CB Southern Mississippi 7 2006–07
31 Charlie Evans RB Utah 6 1974
92 Demetric Evans DE Georgia 76 2004–08
27 Greg Evans S Texas Christian 13 1998
35 Leomont Evans S Clemson 59 1996–99
26 Reggie Evans RB Richmond 15 1983

F[edit]

London Fletcher, a starting linebacker for the Redskins from 2007 to 2013, as well as a defensive captain from 2008.
Lennie Friedman was an offensive guard for the Redskins from 2003 to 2005.[29]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
69 Jason Fabini OT Cincinnati 23 2007–08
68 Mike Fanucci DE Arizona State 14 1972
44 Andy Farkas RB Detroit Mercy 62 1938–44
20 Dick Farman OL Washington State 49 1939–43
14 Tom Farmer RB Iowa 19 1947–48
86 Jimmy Farris WR Montana 6 2005, 2007
93 Jeff Faulkner DL Southern 5 1993
88 Christian Fauria TE Colorado 9 2006
Fred Felber OT North Dakota 10 1932
45 Ralph Felton LB Maryland 75 1954–60
12/27 Neil Ferris DB / HB Loyola Marymount 16 1951–52
30 Frank Filchock QB / RB Indiana 58 1938–41, 1944–45
51 Alfred Fincher LB Connecticut 14 2008
11 Al Fiorentino G Boston College 20 1943–44
51/60 Mark Fischer C Purdue 22 1998–01
37 Pat Fischer CB Nebraska 126 1968–77
89 Zeron Flemister TE Iowa 48 2000–03
59 London Fletcher LB John Carroll 112 2007–13
12 Tom Flick QB Washington 6 1981
72/73 Mike Flores DE Louisville 11 1995
26 Vern Foltz OL St. Vincent 10 1944
2 Kai Forbath K UCLA 24 2012–present
30 Ike Forte RB Arkansas 36 1978–80
51 Keyaron Fox LB Georgia Tech 13 2011
39 Vernon Fox S Fresno State 30 2006–07
39 Dave Francis RB Ohio State 8 1963
51 James Francis LB Baylor 10 1999
Ike Frankian E St. Mary's (Cal.) 12 1933
29 Todd Franz DB Tulsa 32 2002–04
76 Frank Frazier G Miami (FL) 3 1987
20 Bobby Freeman DB Auburn 14 1962
12 Gus Frerotte QB Tulsa 52 1994–98
64 Lennie Friedman G Duke 31 2003–05
17 John Friesz QB Idaho 16 1994
66 Ted Fritsch C St. Norbert 60 1976–79
4 Derrick Frost P Northern Iowa 46 2005–07
86 Irving Fryar WR Nebraska 30 1999–00
84 Jean Fugett TE Amherst 51 1976–79
54/64 Bill Fulcher OL Georgia Tech 23 1956–58
12 Larry Fuller RB 6 1944–45

G[edit]

Rich Gannon, quarterback for the Redskins for eight games in 1993, later played in Super Bowl XXXVII with the Oakland Raiders.[30]
Darrell Green, cornerback for the Redskins between 1983 and 2002, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008.[31]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
10 Jabar Gaffney WR Florida 16 2011
34 Jim Gaffney QB Tennessee 12 1945–46
48 Steve Gage S Tulsa 20 1987–88
95 William Gaines DT Florida 1995–97
89 Scott Galbraith TE Southern California 32 1995–96
84 Joey Galloway WR Ohio State 10 2010
16 Rich Gannon QB Delaware 8 1993
4 Graham Gano K Florida State 36 2009–11
35 Quinton Ganther RB Utah 8 2009
88 Pierre Garçon WR Mount Union 26 2012–present
92 Daryl Gardener DT Baylor 15 2002
87 Rod Gardner WR Clemson 64 2001–04
89 Alvin Garrett WR Angelo State 31 1981–84
44 Mike Garzoni G Fresno State 10 1947
97 Jumpy Geathers DT Wichita State 41 1990–92
46 Lee Gentry RB Tulsa 5 1941
3 Jeff George QB Illinois 8 2000–01
34 Jim German QB Centre 8 1939
63/75 John Gesek OL Sacramento State 31 1994–95
73 Adam Gettis G Iowa 13 2012–present
30 Nick Giaquinto RB Bridgeport 29 1981–83
96 Alec Gibson DE Illinois 3 1987
46 Joe Gibson DB / E Tulsa 5 1943
94 Sean Gilbert DE Pittsburgh 16 1996–97
12/52 Harry Gilmer HB / QB Alabama 57 1948–54
58 Reggie Givens LB Penn State 9 2000
21 Gary Glick S Colorado State 20 1959–60
89 Art Gob E Pittsburgh 12 1959–60
57 Randall Godfrey LB Georgia 11 2007
3 Charlie Gogolak K Princeton 29 1966–68
64 Kedric Golston DT / DE Georgia 114 2006–present
24 DeJon Gomes S Nebraska 30 2011–2012
2 Kelly Goodburn P Emporia State 37 1990–93
21/39 Rob Goode RB Texas A&M 51 1949–51, 1954–55
38/87 Clyde Goodnight E Tulsa 20 1949–50
69 Tom Goosby G Baldwin-Wallace 14 1966
54 Kurt Gouveia LB Brigham Young 130 1987–94, 1999
58 Dave Graf LB Penn State 6 1981
90 Rick Graf LB Wisconsin 5 1993–94
26 Alan Grant CB Stanford 13 1994
51 Bob Grant LB Wake Forest 6 1971
77 Darryl Grant DT Rice 139 1981–90
46 Frank Grant WR Southern Colorado 75 1973–78
25 Ryan Grant RB Notre Dame 1 2012
60 Bill Gray G Oregon State 24 1947–48
28 Darrell Green CB Texas A&I 295 1983–02
80 Jacquez Green WR Florida 9 2002
25 Mike Green S Northwestern State 8 2008
39 Robert Green RB William & Mary 15 1992
34 Tony Green KR / RB Florida 16 1978
10 Trent Green QB Indiana 16 1995–98
20 Cedric Griffin CB Texas 9 2012
96 Cornelius Griffin DT Alabama 86 2004–09
35 Keith Griffin RB Miami (FL) 65 1984–88
10 Robert Griffin III QB Baylor 28 2012–present
67 Dan Grimm OL Colorado 6 1969
68 Russ Grimm G Pittsburgh 140 1981–91
8 Rex Grossman QB Florida 17 2010–13
3 Ralph Guglielmi QB Notre Dame 37 1955, 1958–60
48 Jose Gumbs S Monmouth 8 2013

H[edit]

Tim Hasselbeck, seen here as a member of the New York Giants, was a backup quarterback for the Redskins from 2003 to 2004.[32]
DeAngelo Hall, joined the team in November 2008 after being released by the Oakland Raiders. Played as a starting corner for the Washington Redskins since 2008.
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
46 Dale Hackbart DB Wisconsin 40 1961–63
50 Fred Hageman LB Arkansas 55 1961–64
72 Mike Haight OL Iowa 7 1992
6 Ali Haji-Sheikh K Michigan 11 1987
43 Dick Haley CB Pittsburgh 22 1959–60
99 Jermaine Haley DT Butte College 19 2003–04
23 DeAngelo Hall CB Virginia Tech 77 2008–present
10 John Hall K Wisconsin 39 2003–06
40 Windlan Hall CB Arizona State 8 1977
78 Dean Hamel DT Tulsa 60 1985–88
55 Malcolm Hamilton LB Baylor 6 1998–99
56 Rick Hamilton LB Central Florida 17 1993–94
64 Steve Hamilton DE East Carolina 46 1985–88
34 Bobby Hammond RB Morgan State 20 1979–80
55 Chris Hanburger LB North Carolina 187 1965–78
84 Mike Hancock TE Idaho State 21 1973–74
85 Leonard Hankerson WR Miami (FL) 30 2011–present
69 Ron Hansen G Minnesota 12 1954
59 Dave Harbour C Illinois 31 1988–89
22 Buddy Hardeman RB Iowa State 25 1979–80
11 Cecil Hare RB Gonzaga 31 1941–42, 1945
42 Ray Hare RB Gonzaga 37 1940–43
68 Jim Harlan OT Howard Payne 14 1978
38 Clarence Harmon RB Mississippi State 74 1977–82
21 George Harold DB Allen 8 1968
80 Alvin Harper WR Tennessee 12 1997
31 Charley Harraway RB San José State 69 1969–73
26 Don Harris S Rutgers 32 1978–79
36 Hank Harris G Texas 12 1947–48
51 Joe Harris LB Georgia Tech 11 1977
46 Rickie Harris DB Arizona 83 1965–70
27 Walt Harris CB Mississippi State 29 2004–05
89 Kenny Harrison WR Southern Methodist 9 1980
74 Nolan Harrison DL Indiana 16 2000
29 Howard Hartley DB / RB Duke 12 1948
34 Bill Hartman RB Georgia 10 1938
57 Ken Harvey LB California 74 1994–98
8 Tim Hasselbeck QB Boston College 7 2003–04
56 Len Hauss C Georgia 196 1964–77
82 Kurt Haws TE Utah 6 1994
18 Ken Hayden C Arkansas 8 1943
5 Jeff Hayes P North Carolina 45 1982–85
23 Hall Haynes CB Santa Clara 20 1950, 1953
89 Reggie Haynes TE Nevada, Las Vegas 14 1978
92 Albert Haynesworth DT Tennessee 20 2009–10
Ted Hazelwood OT North Carolina 6 1953
24/32 Leon Heath FB Oklahoma 31 1951–53
64 Andy Heck OL Notre Dame 32 1999–00
48 Norb Hecker S Baldwin-Wallace 32 1955–57
82 Pat Heenan CB Notre Dame 12 1960–61
29 Roy Helu RB Nebraska 34 2011–present
28 Jon Henderson WR Colorado State 14 1970
48 Bob Hendren OT Culver-Stockton 36 1949–51
88 Jerry Hennessy E Santa Clara 20 1952–53
51 Robert Henson LB Texas Christian 6 2009–10
72/75 Terry Hermeling OL Nevada 120 1970–80
80 Joe Hernandez WR Arizona 14 1964
74 Stephon Heyer OT Maryland 49 2007–10
78/82 Dallas Hickman DE California 86 1976–81
75 Artis Hicks G Memphis 15 2010
20 Skip Hicks RB UCLA 29 1998–00
25 Tim Hightower RB Richmond 5 2011
35 Calvin Hill RB Yale 28 1976–77
59 Ray Hitchcock C Minnesota 5 1987
34 Terry Hoage S Georgia 6 1991–92
86 Stephen Hobbs WR North Alabama 25 1990–93
80 Pat Hodgson E Georgia 10 1966
45 Bob Hoffman RB Southern California 11 1940–41
85 John Hoffman DE Southern California 26 1969–70
Steve Hokuf QB / RB Nebraska 29 1933–35
57 Warrick Holdman LB Texas A&M 30 2005–06
15 John Hollar FB Appalachian State 11 1948–49
91 Vonnie Holliday DL North Carolina 15 2010
96 Lamont Hollinquest LB Southern California 30 1993–94
88 Derek Holloway WR Arkansas 9 1986
8 Bob Holly QB Princeton 5 1982–83
30 Walter Holman RB West Virginia State 3 1987
85 Willie Holman DE South Carolina State 5 1973
Walt Holmer QB / RB Northwestern 6 1933
29 Lendy Holmes S Oklahoma 8 2009
90 Bernard Holsey DT Duke 16 2003
40 Sam Horner CB / RB Virginia Military 24 1960–61
Roy Horstmann RB Purdue 8 1933
48 Chris Horton S UCLA 29 2008–10
89 Ethan Horton TE North Carolina 16 1994
15 Jeff Hostetler QB West Virginia 6 1997–98
71 Jerry Houghton OT Washington State 12 1950
27 Ken Houston S Prairie View A&M 112 1973–80
65 Walt Houston G Miami (FL) 10 1955
58 Don Hover LB Washington State 32 1978–79
80 Desmond Howard RS / WR Michigan 48 1992–94
30 Dixie Howell RB Alabama 5 1937
61 Ken Huff G North Carolina 43 1983–85
70 Sam Huff LB West Virginia 66 1964–67, 1969
Hank Hughes RB Oregon State 10 1932
39 George Hughley FB Central Oklahoma 14 1965
58 Josh Hull LB Penn State 11 2013
25 Mike Hull FB Southern California 52 1971–74
16 Stan Humphries QB Oregon State 9 1989–91
23 Billy Hunter WR Syracuse 12 1965
60 Greg Huntington C Penn State 9 1993
George Hurley G Washington State 20 1932–33
79 Maurice Hurt G / OT Florida 21 2011–present

I[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
66 Martin Imhof DE San Diego State 13 1974
Marne Intrieri G Loyola (MD) 9 1933–34
23 Don Irwin HB Colgate 29 1936–39
15 George Izo QB Notre Dame 14 1961–64

J[edit]

Ade Jimoh was a cornerback for the Redskins from 2003 to 2006.[33]
Brad Johnson, seen here as a member of the Dallas Cowboys, was the starting quarterback for the Redskins from 1999 to 2000.[34]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
94 LaDairis Jackson DE Oregon State 16 2002–03
22 Leroy Jackson RB Western Illinois 15 1962–63
98/91/50 Rob Jackson DE / LB Kansas State 54 2008–present
53 Steve Jackson LB Texas-Arlington 25 1966–67
40 Wilbur Jackson RB Alabama 22 1980–82
83 Willie Jackson WR Florida 5 2002
77 Jack Jacobs QB / RB Oklahoma 9 1946
84 Taylor Jacobs WR Florida 38 2003–05
66 Joe Jacoby OT Louisville 170 1981–93
60 John Jaffurs G Penn State 8 1946
75 Harry Jagielski OT Indiana 5 1956
47 Dick James RB Oregon 99 1956–63
78 Erasmus James DE Wisconsin 5 2008
43 Vic Janowicz HB Ohio State 22 1954–55
76 Jon Jansen OT Michigan 126 1999–08
48 Jon Jaqua S Lewis & Clark 36 1970–72
90 Jeremy Jarmon DE Kentucky 16 2009–10
80 Roy Jefferson WR Utah 83 1971–76
81 Bob Jencks E / K Miami (OH) 14 1965
51 Brandon Jenkins LB Florida State 5 2013–present
38 Jack Jenkins RB Vanderbilt 22 1943, 1946–47
88 James Jenkins TE Rutgers 133 1991–00
99 Jarvis Jenkins DE Clemson 28 2011–present
31 Ken Jenkins RB Bucknell 25 1985–86
21 Tim Jessie RB Auburn 3 1987
32 Ade Jimoh CB Utah State 63 2003–06
47 A. J. Johnson CB Southwest Texas State 70 1989–94
14 Brad Johnson QB Florida State 28 1999–00
47 Bryan Johnson FB Boise State 49 2000–03
61 Dennis Johnson DT Delaware 51 1974–77
30 D. J. Johnson CB Jackson State 7 2011–12
88 Jimmie Johnson TE Howard 38 1989–91
80 Joe Johnson WR Notre Dame 32 1989–91
13 Larry Johnson C Haskell Indian 5 1933–35, 1944
63/64 Mitch Johnson OT UCLA 28 1966–1968, 1972
84 Patrick Johnson WR Oregon 16 2003
12 Randy Johnson QB Texas A&I 8 1975–76
45 Sidney Johnson CB California 33 1990–92
78 Tim Johnson DL Penn State 91 1990–95
67 Tre' Johnson OL Temple 90 1994–00, 2002
31 Jim Johnston E / RB Washington 22 1939–40
82 Anthony Jones TE Maryland-Eastern Shore 57 1984–88
83 Charley Jones E George Washington 10 1955
58 David Jones OL Texas 5 1987
35 David Jones CB Wingate 5 2012
75 Deacon Jones DE Mississippi Vocational 14 1974
54 Greg Jones LB Colorado 63 1997–00
82 Jimmie Jones DE Wichita State 23 1971–73
77 Joe Jones DE Tennessee State 23 1979–80
21 Larry Jones WR Truman State 42 1974–77
76 Levi Jones OT Arizona State 9 2009
61 Melvin Jones G Houston 11 1981
50 Robert Jones LB East Carolina 15 2001
73 Stan Jones DT / G Maryland 13 1966
22/25 Curtis Jordan S Texas Tech 74 1981–86
35 Ricot Joseph S Central Florida 6 2002
80 Steve Junker TE Xavier 25 1961–62
56 Trey Junkin LS Louisiana Tech 12 1984
9 Sonny Jurgensen QB Duke 135 1964–74
22 Charlie Justice RB North Carolina 43 1950, 1952–54
13 Ed Justice E Gonzaga 63 1936–42

K[edit]

Max Krause, seen here at Notre Dame, was a running back for the Redskins from 1937 to 1940.[35]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
43 Ed Kahn G North Carolina 24 1935–37
72 Ndukwe Kalu DE Rice 40 1998–00
66 Carl Kammerer DE San Francisco State 95 1963–69
Jim Kamp OL Oklahoma City 10 1933
40 Rick Kane RB Oregon 12 1984
20 George Karamatic RB Gonzaga 10 1938
63 Emil Karas LB Dayton 11 1959
29 Jim Karcher G Ohio State 42 1936–39
70 Lou Karras OT Purdue 26 1950–52
58 Mike Katrishen G Alabama 23 1948–49
55 Mel Kaufman LB Cal. Poly 91 1981–88
39 Ed Kawal OL Illinois 9 1937
59 Chris Keating LB Maine 10 1985
47 Jack Keenan G South Carolina 13 1944–45
53 Bryan Kehl LB Brigham Young 10 2012–13
61 Rick Kehr G Carthage 5 1987
51 Gorden Kelley LB Georgia 25 1962–63
75 John Kelly OT Florida A&M 16 1966–67
12/14 Malcolm Kelly WR Oklahoma 21 2008–10
96 Ma'ake Kemoeatu DT Utah 14 2010
66 Pete Kendall G Boston College 32 2007–08
Gus Kenneally OL St. Bonaventure 10 1932
43 Jim Kerr S Penn State 24 1961–62
91 Ryan Kerrigan LB Purdue 48 2011–present
74/87 Ed Khayat DE Tulane 36 1957, 1962–63
60 Robert Khayat K Mississippi 40 1960, 1962–63
91 Cedric Killings DT Carson Newman 10 2004–05
17 Billy Kilmer QB UCLA 82 1971–78
63/67 Bruce Kimball G Massachusetts 24 1983–84
34 Garry Kimble CB Sam Houston State 3 1987
76 J. D. Kimmel DT Army 24 1955–56
6 Ola Kimrin K Texas-El Paso 5 2004
97 Kelvin Kinney DE Virginia State 18 1996–98
5 Curt Knight K Texas 70 1969–73
74 Markus Koch DL Boise State 68 1986–92
49 John Koniszewski OT George Washington 29 1945–46, 1948
40 David Kopay RB Washington 25 1969–70
40 John Kovatch E Notre Dame 18 1942, 1946
41 Brian Kozlowski TE Connecticut 33 2004–07
54 Joe Krakoski LB Washington 8 1986
25/54 Joe Krakoski DB Illinois 11 1961
41 Henry "Red" Krause OL St. Louis 12 1937–38
25 Max Krause RB Gonzaga 25 1937–40
26 Paul Krause S Iowa 54 1964–67
Joe Kresky OL Wisconsin 8 1932
77 Ray Krouse DL Maryland 12 1960
15 Mike Kruczek QB Boston College 7 1980
14 Al Krueger E Southern California 18 1941–42
50 Larry Kubin LB Penn State 37 1982–84
56 Frank Kuchta C Notre Dame 14 1958–59
99 Ryan Kuehl LS Virginia 14 1996–97
67/81 Jake Kupp G Washington 14 1966
54 Bob Kuziel C Pittsburgh 89 1975–80

L[edit]

LaRon Landry, first round draft pick in 2007, starting safety for the Redskins from 2007 to 2011. Best known as the Redskins' "Dirty 30" because of his great tackling ability.
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
73 Paul Laaveg OL Iowa 72 1970–75
79 Jim Lachey OT Ohio State 86 1988–95
30 LaRon Landry S Louisiana State 64 2007–11
90 Kenard Lang DE Miami (FL) 75 1997–01
45 Ted Lapka E DePaul 19 1943–44,46
Benny LaPresta RB St. Louis 8 1933
24 Pete Larson RB Cornell 22 1967–68
88 Dick Lasse LB Syracuse 26 1960–61
62 Donald Laster OT Tennessee State 8 1982
20 Joe Lavender CB San Diego State 99 1976–82
78 Don Lawrence OT Notre Dame 35 1959–61
14 Eddie LeBaron QB Pacific 82 1952–53, 1955–59
57 Jay Leeuwenburg OL Colorado 16 2000
70 Ray Lemek G Notre Dame 61 1957–61
51 Reid Lennan OL 10 1945
48 Tony Leon G Alabama 6 1943
67 Josh LeRibeus G Southern Methodist 5 2012–present
93 Otis Leverette DE Alabama-Birmingham 5 2001–02
22 Dan Lewis RB Wisconsin 13 1965
18 Lance Lewis WR East Carolina 3 2013
78 Kory Lichtensteiger G / C Bowling Green 53 2010–present
79 Todd Liebenstein DE Nevada-Las Vegas 29 1982–85
76 Paul Lipscomb DL Tennessee 49 1950–54
24 Howie Livingston DB / RB Fullerton 23 1948–50
85 Brandon Lloyd WR Illinois 23 2006–07
37 J. W. Lockett RB Central Oklahoma 14 1964
83 Kevin Lockett WR Kansas State 22 2001–02
75 Sean Locklear OT North Carolina State 8 2011
20 Marc Logan RB Kentucky 45 1995–97
8 Chip Lohmiller K Minnesota 112 1988–94
26 Al Lolotai OL Weber State 10 1945
80 Bob Long WR Wichita State 14 1969
? John Lookabaugh E Maryland 9 1946–47
35 Joe Don Looney RB Cameron 14 1966–67
71 Karl Lorch DE Southern California 90 1976–81
34 Andre Lott S Tennessee 31 2002–04
27 John Love WR North Texas 13 1967
64 David Loverne G San José State 15 2002
40 Gary Lowe DB Michigan State 12 1956–57
56 Quentin Lowry LB Youngstown State 21 1981–83
35 Keith Lyle S Virginia 16 2001
25 Dick Lynch DB Notre Dame 12 1958

M[edit]

Mark May, offensive lineman for the Redskins between 1981 and 1989, was named one of the 70 Greatest Redskins.[36]
Keenan McCardell won Super Bowl XXVI with the Redskins in 1991 and rejoined the team in 2007.[37]
Jim Molinaro was an offensive tackle for the Redskins between 2004 and 2006.[38]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
82 Ken MacAfee E Alabama 7 1959
38 David Macklin CB Penn State 6 2007
Jim MacMurdo OL Pittsburgh 20 1932–33
24 Bill Malinchak WR Indiana 58 1970–74, 1976
25 Benny Malone RB Arizona State 25 1978–79
19 Charley Malone E Texas A&M 84 1934–40, 1942
72 Dexter Manley DE Oklahoma State 125 1981–89
71 Charles Mann DE Nevada 163 1983–93
14 Tillie Manton FB Louisiana State 7 1938
91 Greg Manusky LB Colgate 39 1988–90
64 Ron Marciniak G Kansas State 12 1955
75 Bud Marshall OT Baylor 6 1966
52/98 Lemar Marshall LB Michigan State 75 2002–06
70 Leonard Marshall DE Louisiana State 16 1994
58 Wilber Marshall LB Florida 80 1988–92
40 Aaron Martin CB North Carolina Central 14 1968
38 Jim Martin K / LB Notre Dame 14 1964
98 Steve Martin DE Jackson State 3 1987
53 Eddie Mason LB North Carolina 61 1999–02
24 Marcus Mason RB Youngstown State 10 2007, 2009
20 Tommy Mason RB Tulane 10 1971
28 Bob Masterson WR Miami (FL) 64 1938–43
64 Trevor Matich C Brigham Young 48 1994–96
6 Shane Matthews QB Florida 8 2002
73 Riley Mattson OT Oregon 56 1961–64
84 Rich Mauti WR Penn State 16 1984
73 Mark May OL Pittsburgh 123 1981–89
73 Martin Mayhew CB Florida State 58 1989–92
20 Alvoid Mays CB West Virginia 61 1990–94
20 Fred Mazurek WR Pittsburgh 13 1965–66
25 Dick McCabe S Pittsburgh 10 1959
85 Darnerien McCants WR Delaware State 29 2001–04
80 Keenan McCardell WR Nevada-Las Vegas 10 1991, 2007
32 Bob McChesney E UCLA 69 1936–42
27 Central McClellion CB Ohio State 6 2001
84/85 Greg McCrary TE Clark Atlanta 10 1978, 1981
69 Robert McCune LB Louisville 5 2005–06
80/86 John McDaniel WR Lincoln (MO) 40 1978–80
46 LeCharls McDaniel CB Cal. Poly 14 1981–82
79 Ron McDole DE Nebraska 114 1971–78
32 Ray McDonald RB Idaho 13 1967–68
26/32/83 Craig McEwen TE Utah 18 1987–88
85 Tim McGee WR Tennessee 13 1993
78 Tony McGee DE Bishop College 41 1982–84
83 Mark McGrath WR Montana State 20 1983–85
52 Rocky McIntosh LB Miami (FL) 92 2006–11
45 Paul McKee E Syracuse 23 1947–48
85/86 Marlin McKeever LB / TE South Carolina 40 1968–70
63 Raleigh McKenzie OL Tennessee 144 1985–94
84 Zion McKinney WR South Carolina 10 1980
53 Harold McLinton LB Southern 127 1969–78
21 Mark McMillian CB Alabama 9 1999
5 Donovan McNabb QB Syracuse 13 2010
85 Clifton McNeil WR Grambling State 14 1971–72
Hal McPhail RB Army 19 1934–35
60 Dan McQuaid OT Nevada-Las Vegas 30 1985–87
49 Jim Meade RB Maryland 18 1939–40
83 Ed Meadows DB Duke 5 1959
86 Steve Meilinger E Kentucky 24 1956–57
27 Don Menasco DB Texas 6 1954
76 Mat Mendenhall DE Brigham Young 23 1981–82
31 Brandon Meriweather S Miami (FL) 14 2012–present
51 Ed Merkle G Oklahoma State 10 1944
93 Phillip Merling DE Clemson 3 2013
34 Eric Metcalf PR / RB / WR Texas 10 2001
26 Terry Metcalf RB Long Beach State 16 1981
18 Ed Michaels G Villanova 11 1937
34 Mike Micka FB Colgate 16 1944–45
30 Joe Mickles RB Mississippi 9 1989, 1992
87/88 Ron Middleton TE Auburn 62 1988, 1990–93
57 Matt Millen LB Penn State 16 1991
55 Allen Miller LB Ohio 25 1962–63
70 Fred Miller OT Pacific 12 1955
73 John Miller OT Boston College 36 1956, 1958–59
14 Tom Miller E Hampden-Sydney 9 1945
40 Wayne Millner WR Notre Dame 76 1936–41, 1945
73 Lamar Mills DT Indiana 13 1994
57 Rich Milot LB Penn State 121 1979–87
69 Rod Milstead G Delaware State 20 1998–99
91 Chris Mims DE Tennessee 11 1997
21 Gene Mingo K / KR / RB 6 1967
49 Bobby Mitchell WR Illinois 98 1962–68
30 Brian Mitchell RS / RB Louisiana-Lafayette 159 1990–99
55 Kevin Mitchell LB Syracuse 61 2000–03
84 Marko Mitchell WR Nevada 10 2009
46 Mike Mitchell CB Howard Payne 3 1987
19 Anthony Mix WR Auburn 5 2007
70 Dick Modzelewski DT Maryland 24 1953–54
2 Ralf Mojsiejenko P Michigan State 28 1989–90
69 Jim Molinaro OT Notre Dame 15 2004–06
49 Jim Monachino RB California 7 1955
13 Ray Monaco G Holy Cross 5 1944
81 Art Monk WR Syracuse 205 1980–93
77 Tommy Mont QB Maryland 27 1947–49
94 Anthony Montgomery DT Minnesota 42 2006–09
63 Will Montgomery C / G Virginia Tech 77 2008–13
70 Chuck Moore G Arkansas 14 1962
62 Darryl Moore G Texas-El Paso 12 1992–93
30 Jeff Moore RB Jackson State 7 1984
41 Kareem Moore S Nicholls State 42 2008–11
50 Larry Moore G Brigham Young 25 2002–03
66 Michael Moore G Alabama 5 2000
35 Wilbur Moore RB Minnesota 72 1939–46
Jim Moran G Holy Cross 16 1935–36
74 Bob Morgan OT Maryland 10 1954
12 Boyd Morgan RB Southern California 11 1939–40
15 Josh Morgan WR Virginia Tech 30 2012–13
52 Mike Morgan LB Louisiana State 14 1968
46 Alfred Morris RB Florida Atlantic 32 2012–present
22 Jamie Morris RB Michigan 28 1988–89
37/38 Darryl Morrison S Arizona 48 1993–96
41 Tim Morrison CB North Carolina 23 1986–87
20 Chad Morton RB Southern California 21 2003–04
3 Mark Moseley K Texas A&M 182 1974–86
36 Eddie Moss RB Southeast Missouri State 9 1977
72 Joe Moss OT Maryland 12 1952
89 Santana Moss WR Miami (FL) 136 2005–present
89 Calvin Muhammad WR Texas Southern 22 1984–85
28 Herb Mul-Key KR / RB 23 1972–74
45 Jerome Murphy CB South Florida 16 2012–13
29 Mark Murphy S Colgate 109 1977–84
2 Eddie Murray K Tulane 22 1995, 2000
22 Adrian Murrell RB West Virginia 15 2000
71 Spain Musgrove DL Tulane 30 1967–69
Jim Musick RB Southern California 33 1932–33, 1935–36
87 Rob Myers TE Utah State 1 2011

N[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
95 Chris Neild DT West Virginia 24 2011–present
21 Mike Nelms DB Baylor 68 1980–84
40 Kyle Nelson LS New Mexico State 11 2013
36 Ralph Nelson RB 14 1975
47/74 Laurie Niemi OT Washington State 56 1949–53
11 Jim Ninowski QB Michigan State 21 1967–68
62 John Nisby G Pacific 42 1962–64
20 Doyle Nix DB Southern Methodist 19 1958–59
58 Leo Nobile G / LB Penn State 9 1947
75 Brandon Noble DT Penn State 16 2003–05
83 James Noble WR Stephen F. Austin State 6 1986
40 George Nock RB Morgan State 7 1972
72 Al Noga DL Hawaii 16 1993
66 Jim Norman OT 7 1955
20 Hal Norris DB California 13 1955–56
42 Jim North OT Central Washington 7 1944
83 Jim Norton DL Washington 5 1969
92 Dexter Nottage DL Florida A&M 47 1994–96
3 Nick Novak K Maryland 11 2005, 2006
62 Dan Nugent G Auburn 58 1976–78, 1980
50 Bob Nussbaumer E / RB Michigan 22 1947–48

O[edit]

Tom Osborne, wide receiver for the Redskins between 1960 and 1961,[39] was elected to serve in the US House of Representatives from 2001 to 2007.[40]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
61 Fran O'Brien OL Michigan State 83 1960–66
Gail O'Brien OL Nebraska 32 1934–36
57 Stu O'Dell LB Indiana 25 1974, 1976–77
75/79 Pat Ogrin DL Wyoming 8 1981–82
26 Ifeanyi Ohalete S Southern California 47 2001–03
25 Mike Oliphant RB Puget Sound 8 1988
52 Neal Olkewicz LB Maryland 150 1979–89
21 Les Olsson OL Mercer 57 1934–38
0 Johnny Olszewski RB California 31 1958–60
98 Brian Orakpo LB Texas 64 2009–present
87/89 Terry Orr TE Texas 96 1986–90, 1991–93
84 Tom Osborne WR Hastings 24 1960–61
88 Chet Ostrowski E Notre Dame 68 1954–59
23 Brig Owens S Cincinnati 158 1966–77
72 Don Owens DL Southern Mississippi 10 1957
96 Rich Owens DL Lehigh 42 1995–98

P[edit]

Antonio Pierce, seen here celebrating a Super Bowl victory with the New York Giants, was a linebacker for the Redskins from 2001 to 2004.[41]
Clinton Portis was the starting running back for the Redskins from 2004 to 2010.[42]
Pierson Prioleau was a strong safety for the Redskins from 2005 to 2007.[43]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
97 Sterling Palmer DE Florida State 49 1993–96
85/86 John Paluck DE Pittsburgh 105 1956, 1959–65
Oran Pape RB Iowa 5 1932
15/22/25 John Papit RB Virginia 25 1951–53
32 Jack Pardee FB / LB Texas A&M 27 1971–72
27 Ed Parks OL Oklahoma State 24 1938–40
24 Lemar Parrish DB Lincoln (MO) 54 1978–81
37 Joe Pasqua OT Southern Methodist 9 1943
80 David Patten WR Western Carolina 14 2005–06
68 Joe Patton G Alabama A&M 61 1994–98
53 Marvcus Patton LB UCLA 64 1995–98
84 Niles Paul WR / TE Nebraska 44 2011–present
27 Tito Paul CB Ohio State 6 1999
82 Logan Paulsen TE UCLA 59 2010–present
19 Jim Peebles E Vanderbilt 57 1946–49, 1951
56 Dan Peiffer C Southeast Missouri State 8 1980
53 Bob Pellegrini LB Maryland 48 1962–65
61 Gene Pepper OL Missouri 41 1950–53
52 John Pergine LB Notre Dame 40 1973–75
35 Lonnie Perrin RB Illinois 5 1979
78 Floyd Peters DT San Francisco State 10 1970
23 Tony Peters S Oklahoma 75 1979–82, 1984–85
79 Volney Peters DT Southern California 44 1954–57
16 Richie Petitbon S Tulane 17 1971–72
62 Phil Pettey G Missouri 3 1987
80/84 Joker Phillips WR Kentucky 6 1985, 1987
14 Al Piasecky E Duke 28 1943–45
58 Antonio Pierce LB Arizona 55 2001–04
11 Erny Pinckert HB Southern California 41 1932–40
1 Ryan Plackemeier P Wake Forest 10 2008
24 Jim Podoley RB Central Michigan 43 1957–60
25 Dick Poillon HB Canisius 54 1942, 1946–49
74 Tyler Polumbus OT / G Colorado 36 2011–present
82 Fran Polsfoot TE Washington State 10 1953
26 Clinton Portis RB Miami (FL) 84 2004–10
58 Jeff Posey LB Southern Mississippi 16 2006
1 John Potter K Western Michigan 3 2013
66 Myron Pottios LB Notre Dame 32 1971–73
31 Darryl Pounds DB Nicholls State 69 1995–99
67 Shar Pourdanesh OT Nevada 48 1996–98
72 Carl Powell DL Louisville 15 2002
48 Leo Presley C / FB Oklahoma 8 1945
76 Jim Prestel DL Idaho 8 1967
20 Pierson Prioleau S Virginia Tech 31 2005–07
65 Vince Promuto G Holy Cross 130 1960–70
62 Mike Pucillo G Auburn 23 2006–07
32 Jordan Pugh S Texas A&M 17 2012–13

Q[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
85 Bill Quinlan DE Michigan State 14 1965
80 Richard Quinn TE North Carolina 1 2011
34 Ed Quirk FB Missouri 38 1948–51

R[edit]

John Riggins, running back for the Redskins between 1976 and 1985, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1992.[44]
Mark Rypien, quarterback for the Redskins between 1986 and 1993, was named Super Bowl XXVI MVP.[45]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
86 Bob Raba TE Maryland 8 1981
61 Casey Rabach C Wisconsin 95 2005–10
24 Bacarri Rambo S Georgia 11 2013–present
68 Knox Ramsey OL William & Mary 19 1952–53
11 Patrick Ramsey QB Tulane 33 2002–05
82 Antwaan Randle El WR Indiana 63 2006–09
86 Walter Rasby TE Wake Forest 35 2001–02, 2004
52 Cory Raymer C Wisconsin 80 1995–01, 2004–05
24 Ron Rector RB Northwestern 6 1966
88 Alvin Reed TE Prairie View A&M 33 1973–75
84 Andre Reed WR Kutztown 13 2000
67 Bob Reed G Tennessee State 8 1965
86 Jordan Reed TE Florida 9 2013–present
51 John Reger LB Pittsburgh 40 1964–66
71 Will Renfro OT Memphis 34 1957–59
Pug Rentner QB / RB Northwestern 33 1934–36
17 Mack Reynolds QB Louisiana State 8 1960
55 Jim Ricca DE / G Georgetown 47 1951–54
24 Stanley Richard S Texas 63 1995–98
88 Pat Richter P / WR Wisconsin 103 1963–70
44 John Riggins RB Kansas 114 1976–79, 1981–85
37 Gerald Riggs RB Arizona State 38 1989–91
Jack Riley OT Northwestern 12 1933
56 Perry Riley LB Louisiana State 56 2010–present
75 Chad Rinehart G Northern Iowa 4 2008–09
Jack Roberts RB Georgia 5 1932
47 Walter Roberts WR San José State 28 1969–70
11 Aldrick Robinson WR Southern Methodist 31 2011–present
89 Dave Robinson LB Penn State 28 1973–74
52 Keenan Robinson LB Texas 11 2012–present
78 Lybrant Robinson DE Delaware State 5 1989
34 Trenton Robinson S Michigan State 11 2013–present
1 Reggie Roby P Iowa 31 1993–94
6 Sav Rocca P 48 2011–13
76 Walt Rock OT Maryland 74 1968–73
99 Tracy Rocker DT Auburn 24 1989–90
53 Bill Roehnelt LB Bradley 12 1960
22 Carlos Rogers CB Auburn 78 2005–10
38 George Rogers RB South Carolina 41 1985–87
32 Sal Rosato FB Villanova 23 1945–47
20 George Rosso RB Ohio State 12 1954
54 Tom Roussel LB Southern Mississippi 42 1968–70
44 Mike Roussos OT Pittsburgh 18 1948–49
88 Robert Royal TE Louisiana State 35 2002–05
35/22/26 Evan Royster RB Penn State 32 2011–present
16 Ed Rubbert QB Louisville 3 1987
29 Mike Rumph S Miami (FL) 7 2006
25 Tom Runnels RB North Texas 21 1956–57
39 Tyrone Rush RB North Alabama 5 1994
45 Bo Russell OL Auburn 22 1939–40
96 Darrell Russell DT Southern California 8 2003
98 Twan Russell LB Miami (FL) 27 1997–99
Reggie Rust RB Oregon State 5 1932
72 Joe Rutgens DT Illinois 110 1961–69
10 Jeff Rutledge QB Alabama 42 1990–92
51 Dan Ryczek C Virginia 42 1973–75
20/22 Jules Rykovich RB Illinois 23 1952–53
12 Lou Rymkus DL / OL Notre Dame 10 1943
11 Mark Rypien QB Washington State 77 1987–93
28 Ted Rzempoluch DB Virginia 6 1963

S[edit]

Chris Samuels, a first round draft pick in the 2000 NFL Draft and a six-time Pro Bowler, played offensive tackle from 2000 to 2009. He was a Redskin for his entire career.[46]
Mark Schlereth, guard for the Redskins from 1989 to 1994, won three Super Bowls in his career.[47]
Mike Sellers former starting fullback for the Redskins.[50]
Shawn Springs, former first round pick by the Seahawks in the 1997 NFL Draft, was traded to the Redskins in 2004.[51]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
99 Eddie Saenz RB Southern California 50 1946–51
94 Anthony Sagnella DT Rutgers 3 1987
95 Joe Salave'a DT Arizona 42 2004–06
26 Ed Salem QB Alabama 12 1951
30 Bryant Salter S Pittsburgh 17 1974–75
24 Johnny Sample DB Maryland-Eastern Shore 29 1963–65
60 Chris Samuels OT Alabama 141 2000–09
49 John Sanchez OT San Francisco 18 1947–49
21 Deion Sanders CB Florida State 16 2000
40 Lonnie Sanders CB Michigan State 67 1963–67
83 Ricky Sanders WR Texas State 117 1986–93
20 Dan Sandifer DB Louisiana State 24 1948–49
Phil Sarboe QB Washington State 5 1934
70 Tony Sardisco G Tulane 7 1956
64 Ron Saul OL Michigan State 81 1976–81
82 John Sawyer TE Southern Mississippi 7 1983
76 Jerry Scanlan OT Hawaii 6 1980–81
18 Jack Scarbath QB Maryland 22 1953–54
21 Doyle Schick CB Kansas 5 1961
28 Ralph Schilling E Oklahoma City 5 1946
69 Mark Schlereth G Idaho 75 1989–94
68 Roy Schmidt G Long Beach State 11 1970
62 Ray Schoenke OL Southern Methodist 122 1966–75
51 Jim Schrader C Notre Dame 76 1954, 1956–61
10 Jay Schroeder QB UCLA 36 1984–87
61 Willard Scissum OT Alabama 3 1987
72/93/76 Darrion Scott DE Ohio State 9 2010–11
13 Jake Scott S Georgia 42 1976–78
48 Ben Scotti DB Maryland 36 1959–61
28 Joe Scudero S San Francisco 53 1954–58
71 George Seals DT Missouri 12 1964
80 Virgil Seay WR Troy State 49 1981–84
59 Chris Sedoris C Purdue 9 1996
85/45 Mike Sellers FB Walla Walla 152 1998–00, 2004–11
25 Frank Seno DB / RB George Washington 24 1943–44, 1949
22 Kato Serwanga CB California 11 2001–02
91 Tony Settles LB Elon 3 1987
44 Jeff Severson S Long Beach State 12 1972
20 Bob Seymour RB Oklahoma 60 1940–45
29 Sam Shade S Alabama 57 1999–02
16 Everett Sharp OL Cal Poly (Pomona) 14 1944–45
80/88 Derrick Shepard WR Oklahoma 7 1987–88
Bill Shepherd RB McDaniel 7 1935
86 Leslie Shepherd WR Temple 56 1994–98
14 Dick Shiner QB Maryland 29 1964–66
12/84 Herb Shoener E Lehigh 18 1948–49
47 Jim Shorter DB Detroit Mercy 53 1964–67
51 Clyde Shugart G Iowa State 56 1939–44
26 Don Shula DB John Carroll 11 1957
5 Heath Shuler QB Tennessee 19 1994–95
Tony Siano C Fordham 9 1932
63 Herb Siegert G Illinois Wesleyan 36 1949–51
Larry Siemering C Pacific 22 1935–36
76 Ed Simmons OT Eastern Washington 142 1987–97
60 Roy Simmons G Georgia Tech 10 1983
63 Keith Sims G Iowa State 29 1997–00
Steve Sinko OL Duquesne 30 1934–36
64 Manny Sistrunk DT Arkansas AM&N 63 1970–75
16 Steve Slivinski G Washington 53 1939–43
38 Ben Smith E Alabama 11 1937
78 Bruce Smith DE Virginia Tech 62 2000–03
37 Cedric Smith RB Florida 20 1994–95
50 Derek Smith LB Arizona State 64 1997–00
28 Dick Smith DB Northwestern 20 1967–68
Ed Smith RB New York 8 1936
47 George Smith C California 29 1937, 1941–43
3/17 Hunter Smith P Notre Dame 22 2009, 2010
87 Jerry Smith TE Arizona State 168 1965–77
34 Jim Smith DB Oregon 14 1968
38 Larry Smith RB Florida 7 1974
78 Paul Smith DE New Mexico 31 1979–80
26 Ricky Smith CB Alabama State 11 1984
35 Riley Smith QB Alabama 30 1936–38
36 Timmy Smith RB Texas Tech 21 1987–88
61 Vernice Smith G Florida A&M 21 1993–95
69 Willie Smith OT East Carolina 4 2011
27 Fred Smoot CB Mississippi State 104 2001–04, 2007–09
16 Norm Snead QB Wake Forest 42 1961–63
15 Bob Sneddon RB St. Mary's (Cal.) 10 1944
78 Ron Snidow DT Oregon 69 1963–67
59 Angelo Snipes LB West Georgia 10 1986
54 Justin Snow LS Baylor 8 2012
74 Jim Snowden OT Notre Dame 98 1965–71
60 Joe Soboleski G Michigan 7 1949
21/27 Mike Sommer RB George Washington 5 1958–59, 1961
46 John Sommers C UCLA 8 1947
26 Frank Spaniel RB Notre Dame 6 1950
68 Dave Sparks OL South Carolina 10 1954
Jack Spellman G Brown 7 1932
46 John Spirida E St. Anselm 9 1939
24 Shawn Springs CB Ohio State 64 2004–08
76 Don Stallings DE North Carolina 9 1960
19 Donté Stallworth WR Tennessee 11 2011
60 Dick Stanfel OL San Francisco 34 1956–58
89 Walter Stanley WR Colorado 9 1990
74 George Starke OL Columbia College 156 1973–84
41 Leo Stasica QB / RB Illinois 6 1943
72 Jim Staton OT Wake Forest 8 1951
16 John Steber G Vanderbilt 55 1946–50
41 Jim Steffen DB UCLA 60 1961–65
46 Paul Stenn OT Villanova 11 1946
75 Mike Stensrud DL Iowa State 8 1989
49 Leonard Stephens TE Howard 5 2002–03
67 Red Stephens G San Francisco 70 1955–60
99 Rod Stephens LB Georgia Tech 32 1995–96
23 Matt Stevens S Appalachian State 33 1998–00
26 Bill Stits S UCLA 5 1959
60 Fred Stokes DE Georgia Southern 64 1989–92
76 Tim Stokes OT Oregon 33 1975–77
20 Ken Stone S Vanderbilt 21 1973–75
32 Pete Stout FB North Texas 16 1949–50
23 Omar Stoutmire S Fresno State 14 2005, 2007
45 Dick Stovall C Abilene Christian 10 1949
90 Tyronne Stowe LB Rutgers 16 1994
39 Clem Stralka OL Georgetown 62 1938–42, 1945–46
55 Fred Strickland LB Purdue 5 1999
27 Jim Stuart OL Oregon 5 1941
94 Dana Stubblefield DL Kansas 38 1998–00
65 Fred Sturt G Bowling Green 7 1974
71 Andy Stynchula DT Penn State 53 1960–63
6 Shaun Suisham K Bowling Green 49 2006–09
75 Alex Sulfsted OL Miami (OH) 14 2001–02
57 Nick Sundberg LS California 45 2010–present
30 Ed Sutton RB North Carolina 33 1957–59
78 Walt Sweeney G Syracuse 27 1974–75
43 Len Szafaryn OL North Carolina 12 1949
79 Dave Szott G Penn State 16 2001

T[edit]

Sean Taylor, first-round draft pick in 2004, played safety for the Redskins until he was fatally shot in November 2007.[52][53]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
72 Diron Talbert DT Texas 142 1971–80
54 Darryl Tapp LB Virginia Tech 11 2013
42 Charley Taylor WR Arizona State 165 1964–77
28/84 Hugh Taylor WR Oklahoma City 94 1947–54
55 Jason Taylor DE Akron 13 2008
27/29 Keith Taylor S Illinois 20 1994–96
78 Mike Taylor OT Southern California 5 1971
22 Roosevelt Taylor S Grambling 14 1972
21/36 Sean Taylor S Miami (FL) 55 2004–07
37/89 Joe Tereshinski TE Georgia 86 1947–54
31 David Terrell S Texas-El Paso 61 2000–03
7 Joe Theismann QB Notre Dame 167 1974–85
17 Harry Theofiledes QB Waynesburg 5 1968
32 Keith Thibodeaux CB Northwestern State 15 1997
69 R. C. Thielemann G Arkansas 43 1985–88
89 Chris Thomas WR Cal. Poly 29 1997–99
11/81 Devin Thomas WR Michigan State 34 2008–10
47 Duane Thomas RB West Texas A&M 24 1973–74
20 George Thomas RB Oklahoma 24 1950–51
22/41/47 Johnny Thomas CB Baylor 56 1988, 1990, 1992–94
22 Mike Thomas RB Nevada-Las Vegas 53 1975–78
87 Ralph Thomas E San Francisco 24 1955–56
77 Randy Thomas G Mississippi State 82 2003–09
24 Spencer Thomas S Washburn 14 1975
40/32 Brandyn Thompson CB Boise State 6 2011
25 Chris Thompson RB Florida State 4 2013–present
13/84/88 Derrius Thompson WR Baylor 37 1999–02
83 Ricky Thompson WR Baylor 63 1978–81
83/87 James Thrash WR Missouri Southern State 118 1997–00, 2004–08
44 Steve Thurlow RB Stanford 24 1966–68
86 Mike Tice TE Maryland 16 1989
67 Rusty Tillman LB Northern Arizona 107 1970–77
76 Ron Tilton G Florida 7 1986
18 Bob Titchenal DB San José State 32 1940–42
41 Dick Todd DB / FB Texas A&M 79 1939–42, 1945–48
79 Bob Toneff DT Notre Dame 80 1959–64
46 Ryan Torain RB Arizona State 18 2010–11
53 LaVern Torgeson LB Washington State 35 1955–57
29 Leigh Torrence CB Stanford 25 2006–08
Flavio Tosi E Boston College 27 1934–36
36 Tom Tracy RB Tennessee 16 1963–64
54 Jeremiah Trotter LB Stephen F. Austin State 28 2002–03
80/84 Olanda Truitt WR Pittsburgh 14 1994–95
20 Justin Tryon CB Arizona State 29 2008–09
68 Ross Tucker OT Princeton 6 2001–02
19 Tom Tupa P / QB Ohio State 16 2004–05
66 Dan Turk C Drake 48 1997–99
1 Matt Turk P Wisconsin–Whitewater 78 1995–99
22 Doug Turley E Scranton 50 1944–48
24 Jay Turner RB George Washington 16 1938–39
29 Scott Turner CB Illinois 41 1995–97
14 James Tuthill K Cal. Poly 11 2002
71 Jim Tyrer OT Ohio State 14 1974

U[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
53 Mitchell Ucovich OL San José State 8 1944
55 Jeff Uhlenhake C Ohio State 26 1996–98
50/56 Harry Ulinski C Kentucky 72 1950–51, 1953–56
46 Joe Ungerer OT Fordham 15 1944–45
91 Regan Upshaw DE California 16 2003

V[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
29 Ted Vactor CB Nebraska 65 1969–73
91 Matt Vanderbeek DE / LB Michigan State 17 1995–96
31 Clarence Vaughn S Northern Illinois 48 1987–92
89 Clarence Verdin WR Louisiana-Lafayette 11 1986–87
20 Ed Vereb RB Maryland 9 1960
70 Kipp Vickers G Miami (FL) 16 1998–99, 2002
23 Troy Vincent DB Wisconsin 8 2006
20 Lionel Vital RB Nicholls State 3 1987
66 Ed Voytek G Purdue 24 1957–58

W[edit]

Marcus Washington was a linebacker for the Redskins from 2004 to 2008.[54]
# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
47 Ray Waddy CB Texas A&I 23 1979–80
24 Bob Wade DB Morgan State 13 1969
71 Todd Wade OT Mississippi 13 2006–07
77 Jim Wahler DT UCLA 13 1992–93
45 Brian Walker S Washington State 21 1996–97
88 Rick Walker TE UCLA 88 1980–85
43 Tom Walters S Southern Mississippi 49 1964–67
40 Alvin Walton S Kansas 77 1986–91
21 Frank Walton G Pittsburgh 25 1934, 1944–45
81 Joe Walton TE Pittsburgh 45 1957–60
21 Bill Ward G Washington State 16 1946–47
48 Kevin Ware TE Washington 11 2003
94 Ron Warner DE / LB Kansas 15 2003–04
85 Don Warren TE San Diego State 193 1979–92
24 Anthony Washington CB Fresno State 32 1983–84
37 James Washington S UCLA 12 1995
25 Joe Washington RB Oklahoma 43 1981–84
53 Marcus Washington LB Auburn 68 2004–08
Dale Waters OL Florida 20 1932–33
32 Kenny Watson RB Penn State 16 2001–02
41 Sid Watson RB Northeastern 10 1958
15 George Watts OT Appalachian State 8 1942
72 Jim Weatherall DT Oklahoma 9 1958
58 Charlie Weaver LB Southern California 5 1981
Heinie Weisenbaugh RB Pittsburgh 13 1935–36
20 Herb Welch DB UCLA 9 1989
31 Larry Weldon QB Presbyterian 12 1944–45
Louis Weller RB Haskell Indian Nations 7 1933
41 Billy Wells RB Michigan State 20 1954, 1956–57
34 Byron Westbrook CB Salisbury 46 2007–11
82 Michael Westbrook WR Colorado 80 1995–01
Ed Westfall QB / RB Ohio Wesleyan 5 1932–33
45 Jeris White CB Hawaii 41 1980–82
55 Markus White LB Florida State 2 2011
48 Marvin Whited G Oklahoma 15 1942, 1945
25 A. D. Whitfield RB North Texas 37 1966–68
66 Bob Whitlow OL Arizona 20 1960–61
60 John Wilbur OL Stanford 43 1971–74
45 Barry Wilburn CB Mississippi 62 1985–89
29 George Wilde RB Texas A&M 9 1947
Basil Wilkerson OL Oklahoma City 6 1932
36 Willie Wilkin OT St. Mary's (Cal.) 64 1938–43
83 Roy Wilkins LB Georgia 26 1960–61
95 Dan Wilkinson DT Ohio State 76 1998–02
17 Doug Williams QB Grambling State 21 1986–89
75 Eric Williams DT Washington State 38 1990–93
75/77 Fred Williams DT Arkansas 28 1964–65
45 Gerard Williams CB Langston 44 1976–78
47 Greg Williams S Mississippi State 57 1982–85
22 Jamel Williams S Nebraska 35 1997–99
73 Jeff Williams OL Rhode Island 38 1978–80
43 Johnny Williams DB Southern California 24 1952–53
35/25 Keiland Williams RB Louisiana State 24 2010; 2012
34/37 Kevin Williams CB Iowa State 17 1985, 1988
41 Madieu Williams S Maryland 16 2012
71 Mike Williams OL Texas 8 2009–10
84 Mike Williams TE Alabama A&M 14 1982–84
13 Nick Williams WR Connecticut 5 2013–present
87 Roydell Williams WR Tulane 16 2010
51 Sid Williams LB Southern 10 1967
71 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma 56 2010–present
47 Ernie Williamson OT North Carolina 9 1947
94 Bobby Wilson DT Michigan State 42 1991–95
95/51 Chris Wilson DE / LB Northwood 80 2007–10, 2012
26 Josh Wilson CB Maryland 48 2011–13
80 Ted Wilson WR Central Florida 3 1987
83 Tydus Winans WR Fresno State 23 1994–95
58 David Windham LB Jackson State 3 1987
68 Brandon Winey OT Louisiana State 11 2003
81 Doug Winslow WR Drake 5 1976
62/63 Casimir Witucki G Indiana 54 1950–51, 1953–56
39 Otis Wonsley RB Alcorn State 72 1981–85
56 Dick Woodard C Iowa 12 1952
41/46 Dennis Woodberry CB Southern Arkansas 24 1987–88
Lee Woodruff RB Mississippi 7 1932
98 Tony Woods LB Pittsburgh 44 1994–96
67 John Wooten G Colorado 14 1968
60 Mike Wooten C Virginia Military 3 1987
90 Doug Worthington DE Ohio State 6 2011–present
25 Kenny Wright CB Northwestern State 16 2006
75 Steve Wright OT Alabama 14 1970
Ted Wright RB North Texas 16 1934–35
17 Danny Wuerffel QB Florida 7 2002
32 Jim Wulff RB / S Michigan State 17 1960–61
11 Fred Wyant QB West Virginia 10 1956
18 Sam Wyche QB Furman 8 1971–73
22/36 Frank Wycheck TE Maryland 18 1993–94
Doug Wycoff RB Georgia Tech 12 1934
97 Renaldo Wynn DE Notre Dame 81 2002–06, 2009
50 Pete Wysocki LB Western Michigan 88 1975–80

Y[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
80 Eric Yarber WR Idaho 14 1986–87
87 Todd Yoder TE Vanderbilt 61 2006–09
79 John Yonakor DE Notre Dame 12 1952
30 Jim Youel QB Iowa 17 1946–48
37 Bill Young OL Alabama 59 1937–42, 1946
36 Darrel Young LB / FB Villanova 58 2009–present
46 Roy Young OL Texas A&M 9 1938
99 Wilbur Young DE William Penn 7 1981
85 Walt Yowarsky DE Kentucky 22 1951, 1954

Z[edit]

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons
29 Bert Zagers DB / RB Michigan State 32 1955–58
85 Joe Zelenka LS / TE Wake Forest 16 2000
93 Peppi Zellner DE Fort Valley State 16 2003
14 Max Zendejas K Arizona 9 1986
27 Joe Zeno G Holy Cross 29 1942–44
22 Roy Zimmerman QB / RB San José State 22 1940–42
78 Chris Zorich DT Notre Dame 5 1997

Other notable players[edit]

These players have not played five games for the Redskins, but are still notable in their own right.

# Name Pos. College GP Seasons Relevance
5 David Akers K Louisville 1 1998 Pro Bowl selection (2001, 2002, 2004)
37 Shaun Alexander RB Alabama 4 2008 AP NFL MVP (2005)
40 Bobby Anderson HB Colorado 1 1975 College Football Hall of Fame
83 Flipper Anderson WR UCLA 2 1996 NFL record, most yards receiving in a game (336)
23 Robert Bailey CB Miami 4 1995 NFL record, longest punt return (103)
50 Maxie Baughan LB Georgia Tech 2 1974 College Football Hall of Fame
6 Josh Bidwell P Oregon 4 2010–present Pro Bowl selection (2005)
32 George Cafego QB Tennessee 4 1943 College Football Hall of Fame
35 Rick Casares FB Florida 3 1965 5× Pro Bowl selection (1955–59)
82 Rich Caster WR/TE Jackson State 4 1981–82 3× Pro Bowl selection (1972, 74–75)
82 Byron Chamberlain TE Wayne State 4 2003 Pro Bowl selection (2001)
79 Steve Emtman DL Washington 3 1997 College Football Hall of Fame
17 Jim Hart QB Southern Illinois 2 1984 UPI NFC Player of the Year (1974)
4x Pro Bowl selection (1974, 1975, 1976, 1977)
12 Brian Hansen P Sioux Falls 2 1999 Pro Bowl selection (1984)
88 Billy "White Shoes" Johnson RS Widener 1 1988 3× Pro Bowl selection (1975, 1977, 1983)
College Football Hall of Fame
27 Larry Johnson RB Penn State 2 2010 Pro Bowl selection (2005, 2006)
38 Willard Reaves RB Northern Arizona 1 1989 CFL's Most Outstanding Player Award (1984)
13 Frank Ryan QB Rice 2 1969–70 3× Pro Bowl selection (1964–66)
81 J. T. Smith WR North Texas 3 1978 2× Pro Bowl selection (1980, 1988)
48 Ken Whisenhunt TE Georgia Tech 2 1990 Former head coach of the Arizona Cardinals
32 James Wilder RB Missouri 1 1990 Pro Bowl selection (1984)
59 Jim Youngblood LB Tennessee Tech 4 1984 College Football Hall of Fame

Notes[edit]

a a Replacement players that played in all three games of the 1987 players strike are also included and identified.
b b Primary refers to the team or teams on which the Hall of Famer made his primary contribution to professional football. Minor refers to a Hall of Famer who spent only a minor portion of their career with a team.
c c The Redskins did not start recording jersey numbers until the 1937 season when they moved to Washington, DC.
d d For a full description of positions see American football positions.

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