Pro Football Hall of Fame
A two-time NFL champion, five-time All-Pro and and voted MVP by his teammates, this former Redskins OG deserves to be immortalized.
Joe Jacoby, the standout left tackle of the Hogs during the Redskins’ glory days in the 1980s, will learn Thursday night whether he will finally become a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the first time.
Joe Jacoby, a former Washington Redskins All-Pro left tackle and member of the famed Hogs, was disappointed but not surprised he was not a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013.
Robert Griffin III proclaimed his arrival in the NFL by stomping all over the Redskins last three divisional opponents and now his cleats and jersey are heading to the Hall of Fame.
A recent visit to Nats Park prompted me to wonder how so many local immortals have yet to be enshrined.
David Elfin On Sports: Induction Of Former Redskin Chris Hanburger Into The Pro Football Hall Of Fame
“I’m not even going to write a speech,” Hanburger said. “They told us we each have six to eight minutes and heck yeah, I’m taking closer to six than eight.”