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Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs embraces owner Jack Kent Cooke (R) after their team won the Superbowl on January 26, 1992. (credit: HESTOFT/AFP/Getty Images)

Redskins History: Glory Era Begins to Unravel Quietly 20 Years Ago

It was the end of the most glorious era any Washington sports franchise has ever had. And it happened 20 years ago this past Friday although no one realized its significance at the time.


Rookie Quarterback Robert Griffin III will have to endure his first full season behind a patchwork offensive line. (Credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Elfin: With Jammal Brown Down Again, Who Will Protect Robert Griffin III?

It’s no surprise the Redskins current offensive line is not The Hogs of a fading generation, but with Jammal Brown still on the PUP list and Kory Lichtensteiger having gone under the knife just 6 full weeks away from the team’s opener against the Saints, rookie QB Robert Griffin is left wondering if he’ll even have offensive starters in front of him.