Redskins Best Ever Poll Series: Offensive Guard

The Redskins Best Ever Offensive Guard is next up in our Redskins Best Ever poll series. The polls will run for one week. You can vote on our Main Page poll and in our Redskins Community. In addition, we have limited the choices to three players so we can include our Twitter followers via a Twitter poll.  To see the Best Ever poll series results thus far, link here to our  our Best Ever Series Page.

Here are the nominees for Best Ever Redskins OFFENSIVE GUARD.

DICK STANFEL:  Stanfel played in the NFL from 1952 through 1958.  He played for the Washington Redskins from 1956 through 1958.  In his short seven year career, Stanfel was a five time Pro Bowler, was named five times as an All Pro, and all three seasons in Washington he was All Pro and a Pro Bowler.  He was named one of the Greatest 80 Redskins of All Time and was elected into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2016.

VINCE PROMUTO: Promuto’s career spanned from 1960 to 1970 and spent his entire career with the Redskins. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 1960 NFL Draft.  He was named to 2 Pro Bowls, was honored in the Redskins’ Ring of Fame, and was named as one of the 80 Greatest Washington Redskins.

RUSS GRIMM:  Grimm’s career spanned 1981 to 1991 in which he spent his entire career in Washington.  He was selected by the Redskins in the third round of the 12981 NFL Draft.  He was one of the founding members of the famous offensive lien under Joe Gibbs and Joe Bugel, the Hogs.  Grimm was named to 4 Pro Bowls, he was a 3 time All Pro. He is an inducted member into the Redskins Ring of Fame.  He appeared in four Superbowls and has three Superbowl rings.  He was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2010.

You can vote for your choice right here on the main page in our poll. You can also enter into the discussion right here in our Redskins community. We welcome your dialogue.


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