John Riggins says he’s starting to feel bad for RG3, but “he leads with his chin, and he gets what he deserves.”
John Riggins compares the Redskins to nursery rhymes, creates his own “name debate” and starts a few Redskins/RGIII conspiracy theories.
Redskins legend John Riggins returns to the radio, previews the team’s 2015 season.
Redskins and broadcasting legend John Riggins returns to the D.C. airwaves as a contributor to 106.7 The Fan, without a filter.
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Ten former NFL players, including former Washington Redskins star John Riggins, are asking the league and its production arm to pay up.
In his hit with the Junkies Monday, John Riggins gave further proof of his lack of passion for watching the NFL when he struggled to remember who won this year’s Super Bowl. He also explained why he doesn’t hold Joe Gibbs in high regard, and his further disillusionment with the world, in what was a riveting, and at times, awkward interview.
When you have a legend in the D.C. area like John Riggins making surprise call-ins to your radio show, you know you’ve truly arrived as titans in the industry. His main reason for calling in: to clarify why he didn’t love the game of football.
Who was going to finally fulfill the Redskins’ title dreams that had gripped the faithful in D.C. for so long? Surely not the wacky 33-year-old running back who had walked away from football three years earlier.
You can call him Southeast Jerome, Coach Janky Spanky, Doctor Don’t Know, Sheriff Gonna Getcha, or you can just call him Clinton Portis. Whichever identity you choose to remember him by now that he has announced his retirement, the fact is, you will definitely remember him.