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#5 John "Diesel" Riggins’ Run To Glory | NFL | Top 10 Super Bowl Plays
#5 John "Diesel" Riggins’ Run To Glory | NFL | Top 10 Super Bowl Plays
Published: 2015/10/26
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John Riggins.  The DIESEL
John Riggins. The DIESEL
Published: 2011/03/10
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John Riggins: "I
John Riggins: "I'm bored, I'm broke, I'm back"
Published: 2013/07/27
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#7: John Riggins
#7: John Riggins' Super Bowl XVII Highlights I Top 50 SB Performances
Published: 2016/02/01
Channel: NFL
John Riggins Highlights
John Riggins Highlights
Published: 2017/03/27
Channel: Benezette Films
#3 Riggins 136 Carries in 4 Games! (
#3 Riggins 136 Carries in 4 Games! ('82 playoffs) | NFL Films | Top 10 Playoff Performances
Published: 2016/10/08
Channel: NFL Films
A Football Life # 44 John Riggins
A Football Life # 44 John Riggins
Published: 2017/05/19
Channel: Terence Conaty
John Riggins
John Riggins
Published: 2013/01/28
Channel: ABC7 WJLA
John Riggins Redskins Very Funny Must See
John Riggins Redskins Very Funny Must See
Published: 2008/11/30
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Robert John Riggins.  Tribute to the "DIESEL"
Robert John Riggins. Tribute to the "DIESEL"
Published: 2009/09/10
Channel: REYES60
Redskins Magic 3
Redskins Magic 3
Published: 2012/09/09
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21- John Riggins 15yd run
21- John Riggins 15yd run
Published: 2016/03/25
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48 Hours Mystery The Murder of Sabrina Consalves and John Riggins New Crime 2016
48 Hours Mystery The Murder of Sabrina Consalves and John Riggins New Crime 2016
Published: 2016/07/21
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32- John Riggins 43yd run
32- John Riggins 43yd run
Published: 2016/03/24
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John Riggins The Ballad of Big John
John Riggins The Ballad of Big John
Published: 2012/02/01
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17- John Riggins 17yd run
17- John Riggins 17yd run
Published: 2016/03/25
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Top 5 Redskins of All Time | NFL
Top 5 Redskins of All Time | NFL
Published: 2016/03/30
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#44 John Riggins
#44 John Riggins
Published: 2017/05/19
Channel: Terence Conaty
John Riggins ~ The Ballad Of Harley Anderson
John Riggins ~ The Ballad Of Harley Anderson
Published: 2016/01/30
Channel: Long Live Outlaw Country
John Riggins Cooks Up Some Quail
John Riggins Cooks Up Some Quail
Published: 2012/06/01
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John Riggins Hair
John Riggins Hair
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Redskins fan chanting for John Riggins
Redskins fan chanting for John Riggins
Published: 2014/01/26
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John Riggins Former Redskins Running Back on Seizing the Moment
John Riggins Former Redskins Running Back on Seizing the Moment
Published: 2011/09/23
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56- John Riggins 3yd run
56- John Riggins 3yd run
Published: 2016/03/25
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John Riggins Super Bowl Run - Music Video
John Riggins Super Bowl Run - Music Video
Published: 2010/04/27
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Legendary Washington Redskins Roster | Madden 17 Connected Franchise | Sean Taylor + John Riggins
Legendary Washington Redskins Roster | Madden 17 Connected Franchise | Sean Taylor + John Riggins
Published: 2016/11/30
Channel: BEAST MODE TV
John Riggins and Broadway Joe Willie Namath
John Riggins and Broadway Joe Willie Namath
Published: 2010/12/01
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John Riggins Joins Chad In Studio
John Riggins Joins Chad In Studio
Published: 2015/08/14
Channel: 1067TheFan
John Riggins "He Shot The Radio"( Official Lyric Video )
John Riggins "He Shot The Radio"( Official Lyric Video )
Published: 2014/11/09
Channel: John Riggins
John Riggins singing "In Living Color"
John Riggins singing "In Living Color"
Published: 2011/11/21
Channel: Mark Ammerman
John Riggins SAIC Speech
John Riggins SAIC Speech
Published: 2015/01/04
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Washington Redskins John Riggins Joe Gibbs and Joe Theismann
Washington Redskins John Riggins Joe Gibbs and Joe Theismann
Published: 2009/08/08
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Lonesome Ol Guitar – John Riggins
Lonesome Ol Guitar – John Riggins
Published: 2016/07/28
Channel: John Riggins Music
John Riggins and his dog Badger
John Riggins and his dog Badger
Published: 2010/09/03
Channel: MegaRiggins
29- John Riggins 4yd run
29- John Riggins 4yd run
Published: 2016/03/24
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Mobile - John Riggins
Mobile - John Riggins
Published: 2017/03/20
Channel: John Riggins Music
70- John Riggins 4yd run
70- John Riggins 4yd run
Published: 2016/03/25
Channel: ScruffyLives
John Riggins
John Riggins
Published: 2011/11/20
Channel: Mark Ammerman
Walk On Fullback John Riggins Offseason Football Workout Highlights
Walk On Fullback John Riggins Offseason Football Workout Highlights
Published: 2015/07/29
Channel: Johnathon Hawthorne
2017 Match Day with John Riggins Jr.
2017 Match Day with John Riggins Jr.
Published: 2017/03/23
Channel: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
48 Hours Mystery - The Murder of Sabrina Consalves and John Riggins
48 Hours Mystery - The Murder of Sabrina Consalves and John Riggins
Published: 2016/05/20
Channel: Murray MCKIE
John Riggins - Scars (original song)
John Riggins - Scars (original song)
Published: 2012/09/06
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RIGGO RAP 1985 COMMERCIAL 0001
RIGGO RAP 1985 COMMERCIAL 0001
Published: 2013/01/04
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John Riggins-The Ballad of Big John.wmv
John Riggins-The Ballad of Big John.wmv
Published: 2012/03/30
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John Riggins Madden 16 Gameplay
John Riggins Madden 16 Gameplay
Published: 2016/07/15
Channel: Sanibel Penn
Washington Redskins John Riggins The Diesel
Washington Redskins John Riggins The Diesel
Published: 2008/11/30
Channel: johnriggins44dotcom
Scars( Written/performed) by John Riggins and the Mule Barn Band
Scars( Written/performed) by John Riggins and the Mule Barn Band
Published: 2011/11/27
Channel: John Riggins Music
ESPN Radio :30 Television Commerical - John Riggins Show
ESPN Radio :30 Television Commerical - John Riggins Show
Published: 2014/02/26
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DUTCH BROVAZ "CRANK UP DAT DIESEL" (JOHN RIGGINS)
DUTCH BROVAZ "CRANK UP DAT DIESEL" (JOHN RIGGINS)
Published: 2014/05/02
Channel: chillin hard
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John Riggins - Nash Next Finalist
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John Riggins
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No. 44
Position: Running back
Personal information
Date of birth: (1949-08-04) August 4, 1949 (age 67)
Place of birth: Seneca, Kansas
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight: 230 lb (104 kg)
Career information
High school: Centralia (KS)
College: Kansas
NFL Draft: 1971 / Round: 1 / Pick: 6
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Rushing yards: 11,352
Rushing average: 3.9
Rushing touchdowns: 104
Player stats at NFL.com

Robert John Riggins (born August 4, 1949), nicknamed "The Diesel" and "Riggo", is a former American football running back who played professionally in the National Football League (NFL) for the New York Jets and Washington Redskins. He was known for his powerful running style and productivity well into the latter years of his career; in 1983 at age 34, he rushed for an NFL single-season record 24 touchdowns, and again led the league in rushing touchdowns the following season at age 35. Although he had only one Pro Bowl appearance in his career, Riggins had his greatest success in the postseason, and was named the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XVII. Riggins was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1992.

Early life[edit]

Riggins was born in Seneca, Kansas and attended Centralia High School in Centralia, Kansas. While there, he was a three-sport athlete, earning high school All-American recognition in football, all-state honors in basketball and twice winning the Class B 100-yard dash state title.[1]

Riggins' high school is now located on John Riggins Avenue, which runs through a main part of Centralia.[2]

On October 12, 2012 John with his brothers Frank (Junior) and Bill Riggins were on hand to dedicate the Centralia High School football field renaming it Riggins Field in honoring their parents, Franklin Eugene and Mildred Riggins. The Pro Football Hall of Fame dedicated a plaque and NFL Films was there to film the event. The Riggins brothers took center field for the opening coin toss and the Centralia High School Panthers went on to beat the Troy (Kansas) High School Trojans with a final score of 55–0. [3] [4]

College career[edit]

Riggins attended and played college football at the University of Kansas for the Jayhawks, where he was an All-American[5] and two-time All-Big Eight Conference first-team selection.[1] Riggins led the Jayhawks to a Big Eight Conference championship win in 1968.[6] The team then went to the 1969 Orange Bowl, which they lost to Penn State, 15–14.[1]

During his senior season in 1970, Riggins rushed for 1,131 yards and scored a then school-record 14 touchdowns.[1] He finished his career with 2,659 rushing yards,[1] which broke Gale Sayers's career rushing record for the school[5] Riggins is now ranked fifth for Kansas' all-time rushing leaders and 14th for total yards.[7]

While at Kansas, Riggins majored in journalism.[8]

New York Jets (1971–1975)[edit]

Riggins was drafted in the first round of the 1971 NFL Draft by the New York Jets and as a rookie he became the first Jet to lead the team in both rushing and receiving.[9] On October 15, 1972, the Jets set a team-record of 333 rushing yards against the New England Patriots, beating them 41–13.[10] Riggins, who had 168 yards, and Emerson Boozer, who had 150 yards, became the only running back tandem in franchise history who both rushed for 150 yards in a game.[10] Although he missed the final two games in 1972 because of knee surgery, Riggins rushed for 944 yards, four yards less than Matt Snell's franchise record.[9]

Riggins was among the top ten rushers in the American Football Conference in 1974 despite missing four games with a shoulder injury.[9] After only four years with the Jets, he was already the fourth leading rusher in team history with 2,875 yards.[9] In 1975, Riggins became the first player in franchise history to rush for 1,000 or more yards in a season.[11] On December 21, 1975, he ran for 121 yards against the Dallas Cowboys which gave him 1,005 for the season.[11] In what turned out to be his last season with the Jets, Riggins made his only appearance in the Pro Bowl.[5]

Riggins was named the Jets' MVP (now known as the Martin Award) in 1972 and 1975.[12]

Washington Redskins (1976–1979)[edit]

In 1976, Riggins signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins,[5] who offered him a four-year, $1.5 million contract, compared to the $75,000 he earned in his final year with the Jets.[13] He was used mostly in short-yardage situations in his first season with Washington and missed much of the 1977 season with a knee injury.[13] However, he gained more than 1,000 yards each of the next two seasons and was a major part of the Redskins' offense.[13]

Contract dispute (1980)[edit]

During training camp in July 1980, Riggins requested to renegotiate his $300,000-per-year contract and the Redskins refused.[14] He then chose to leave camp and the Redskins placed him on the left camp-retired list, a move that made him ineligible to play for any other team in the league.[14] Riggins sat out the 1980 season[5] and did not rejoin the Redskins until 1981, when new Washington head coach Joe Gibbs traveled to Kansas to make a peace offering.[15]

"He had a camouflage outfit on", Gibbs recalled.

Riggins' return also came at the suggestion of Ed Garvey, who was the executive director of the NFL Players Association.[14]

Eleven months after he left, Riggins returned to training camp in 1981 with a new contract,[13] telling the media "I'm bored, I'm broke, and I'm back."[14]

Washington Redskins (1981–1985)[edit]

Riggins' Super Bowl XVII 43-yard touchdown run

Upon Riggins' return in 1981, he managed just 714 rushing yards but scored 13 touchdowns.[13]

During the strike-shortened 1982 season, Riggins gained 553 yards.[13] He was much more successful during the playoffs, during which he gained 444 yards in victories over the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings (where he had a franchise playoff record 185 yards), and Dallas Cowboys, and helped the Redskins reach Super Bowl XVII.[13] Riggins rushed for a then-Super Bowl record 166 yards on 38 carries as the Redskins beat the Miami Dolphins 27–17.[5] He was then named Super Bowl MVP.[5]

A play that was designed for gaining short yardage called "70 chip" turned out to be the key play of the game. With 10 minutes remaining, Riggins took a handoff on 4th-and-inches, stiffarmed cornerback Don McNeal and ran for a 43-yard touchdown.[16] The Super Bowl win was the Redskins' first championship victory since 1942.[17] Riggins' total of 610 yards amounted to 43 percent of Washington's offense in the four playoff games.[13] His four consecutive playoff games with over 100 yards was an NFL postseason record.[17] On December 6, 2007, Riggins' run was voted by fans as the Redskins' Greatest Moment.[18]

The 610 rushing yards and 625 yards from scrimmage he gained in the 1982 playoffs are both single NFL postseason records.

In 1983, Riggins rushed for 1,347 yards, scored a then-NFL record 24 touchdowns, won the Bert Bell Award,[13] and was named All-Pro for the first time in his career.[5] Riggins went on to have another outstanding postseason, rushing for 242 yards and two touchdowns in their two playoff games, extending his NFL record of postseason games with at least 100 rushing yards to six.[5] However, he only rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown in the Redskins' 38-9 Super Bowl XVIII loss against the Los Angeles Raiders.[19]

Two other career milestones happened in the 1983 season for Riggins. On November 20, 1983, he set an NFL record by scoring in his 12th consecutive game during a 42–20 win over the Los Angeles Rams. His record would end at 13 consecutive games the following week.[20] Then on December 17, 1983, Mark Moseley set an NFL kicking record by scoring 161 points in a season, which also made him the league leader in scoring that season. Riggins, who scored 144 points, was second on the season scoring list. This was the first time since 1951 that the top two scorers in a season played on the same team.[20]

Riggins gained 1,239 yards in 1984 and tied for the league lead in rushing TDs (14), despite a bad back.[13] In 1985, he rushed for more than 100 yards in three of his last four starts before being replaced by George Rogers as the starter.[13] He retired after that season.

Riggins played 175 games in 14 seasons, had 13,442 total yards (11,352 rushing and 2,090 receiving) and 116 total touchdowns (104 rushing and 12 receiving).[5] Riggins rushed over 1,000 yards five times in his career and over 100 yards in 35 games, including a then-record six in post-season. He rushed 251 times for 996 yards and 12 touchdowns in nine post-season contests.[5] He was the second player ever to rush for over 100 touchdowns in NFL history, and the first to do it since Jim Brown reached the milestone in 1965.[21]

NFL records[edit]

  • Most rushing attempts and rushing yards in a single postseason: 136 attempts, 610 yards; 4 playoff games (1982)
  • Oldest player to rush for 150+ yards in a game: 35 years, 71 days
  • Oldest player to rush for 3 touchdowns in a game: 36 years, 70 days
  • Oldest player to have a game with 100+ rushing yards & 1 rushing touchdown: 36 years, 84 days
  • Oldest player to have 30+ rushing attempts in a game: 36 years, 84 days
  • Oldest player to rush for 100+ yards in a playoff game: 34 years, 157 days (breaking his own record he set one week earlier)
  • Oldest player to rush for 150+ yards in a playoff game: 33 years, 179 days
  • Oldest player to rush for 175+ yards in a playoff game: 33 years, 164 days
  • Most 100-yard rushing games after 35th birthday: 8
  • Most games with 20 rushing attempts after 35th birthday: 11
  • Oldest player to have 300+ rushing attempts in a season: 35
  • Oldest player to have 1,200 rushing yards in a season: 35
  • Oldest player to have 10+ rushing touchdowns in a season: 35
  • Oldest player to score 20+ touchdowns in a season: 34
  • Oldest player to have 350+ rushing attempts in a season: 34
  • Oldest player to have 1,300 rushing yards in a season: 34
  • Oldest player to have 20+ rushing touchdowns in a season: 34
  • Most rushing attempts after 30th birthday: 1,510
  • Most rushing touchdowns after 30th birthday: 71
  • Most games with 20 rushing attempts after 30th birthday: 36

After football[edit]

Acting[edit]

In 1994, he began acting lessons and has since starred in off-off-Broadway productions of the plays Gillette and A Midsummer Night's Dream (in which he played Bottom).[22] His television credits include Guiding Light, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and One Tree Hill.[8]

Riggins' acting career began at Centralia High when a teacher cast him as the lead role in his junior play.[8] His career as a professional actor started in 1992 when he appeared in "Illegal Motion" at the Olney Theatre Center for the Arts.[8] He starred as a beleaguered head football coach accused of inappropriate recruiting practices.

Commentating[edit]

Since retiring from professional football, Riggins has worked as a sports commentator on television and radio.

In 1998, John and Chris Russo hosted Riggins and Russo on Sundays during the football season. The show was aired on WCBS-TV in New York City, focusing primarily on the Jets' and Giants' upcoming games.

Since 2006, Riggins has served as color commentator on Westwood One for the network's weekly national radio broadcast of Sunday Night Football.[23]

On July 18, 2006, Triple X ESPN Radio was launched with Riggins hosting The John Riggins Show.[24] Riggins could be heard in the Washington, D.C. area weekdays from 4-7pm on 94.3 FM, 92.7 FM & 730 AM, WXGI 950 AM in Richmond, Virginia and WXTG-FM 102.1 FM in Virginia Beach, Virginia and WXTG (AM) 1490 in Hampton, Virginia.[24] The last show of the series aired on its second anniversary, July 18, 2008. With the merger of Triple X into WTEM to form ESPN 980, Riggins' afternoon show was replaced by WTEM's afternoon drive show, The Sports Reporters. Riggins stayed with ESPN 980 as a commentator at large.

On January 3, 2008, Riggins co-hosted the 74th Orange Bowl pre-game show. That same night, the Kansas Jayhawks defeated the Virginia Tech Hokies 24–21. It came 39 years after Riggins and the Jayhawks last played in the game in 1969. He offered congratulations to his Alma Mater in his closing comments, saying "The KU ship's been out at sea since '48. It finally came to port tonight!"

In September 2008 it was announced that Riggins would co-host the program "Sirius Blitz" with Adam Schein on Satellite Radio Stations Sirius 124 and XM 105. Following his involvement with "Sirius Blitz" Riggins began hosting his own show, The John Riggins Show, which simulcasts on television and radio on MASN-TV and WTOP-HD3, which airs each weekday afternoon. Riggins has been critical on his radio shows of the current management of the Washington Redskins under owner Dan Snyder.

Previously, he had been a panelist on Redskins Report until that show was canceled in December 2008 due to budget cuts.[25]

In 2016, Riggins returned to ESPN 980 Redskins radio in a variety of roles. Weekly appearances consisted of a one-hour appearance on Tuesdays with Bram Weinstein, a Thursday appearance on moving drive with Kevin Sheehan & Chris Cooley and a Friday appearance on Inside The Locker Room with Doc Walker, Brian Mitchell and Scott Jackson. Additionally, Riggins co-hosted the Washington Redskins Radio Network pregame show with Kevin Sheehan before every Redskins game.

Honors[edit]

On October 21, 1990, Riggins and Joe Theismann were inducted into the Redskins' Ring of Fame. As Riggins' name was called, he ran onto the field in full Redskins uniform, including pads, and was received by the crowd at RFK Stadium with thunderous applause. Riggins later explained that he "just had to hear [the roar of the crowd] one more time".[26]

In 1992, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

On October 13, 2007, Riggins was inducted into the University of Kansas' Ring of Honor at Memorial Stadium.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Riggins was still welcome at the White House in 1984.

Riggins has been married twice and has six children Robert, Portia, Emil, Liberty, Hannah and Coco.[8] He now resides in Cabin John, Maryland near the Potomac River with his current wife Lisa Marie.[27]

It was at the 1985 National Press Club's Salute to Congress at 529 14th Street NW in Washington D.C. that Riggins drunkenly told Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to "loosen up Sandy baby" because she was "too uptight" when the two met at dinner.[28] Riggins then fell asleep under the table.[29] The incident created a national stir.[citation needed] The next time Ms O'Connor and John Riggins met at a function years later, she gave him a dozen roses.[30]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Centralia is town full of pride". Capital-Journal. Retrieved 2008-06-20. [dead link]
  3. ^ "Centralia & NFL to honor John Riggins Friday in Centralia". Marysville Advocate. Retrieved 2012-10-12. 
  4. ^ "Kansas Prep Zone". WIBW video. Retrieved 2012-10-13. 
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  6. ^ "Focused Jayhawks plan to remain a Big 12 contender". ESPN. Retrieved 2008-06-20. 
  7. ^ "John Riggins' Bio". KU Sports. Archived from the original on March 5, 2008. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  8. ^ a b c d e "Riggins lands soap gig". LJWorld. Retrieved 2008-06-25. 
  9. ^ a b c d "John Riggins' Profile". New York Jets. Archived from the original on 2008-06-13. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  10. ^ a b "History of the New York Jets: 1972". New York Jets. Archived from the original on 2008-05-16. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  11. ^ a b "History of the New York Jets: 1975". New York Jets. Archived from the original on 2008-05-16. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
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  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Biography – John Riggins". Hickok Sports. Archived from the original on 2012-12-10. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  14. ^ a b c d "Riggins Returns to Redskins". New York Times. 1981-06-12. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  15. ^ a b c "The Redskins Book: Page 123". Washington Post. 1998-02-02. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  16. ^ "Magic '70 Chip' Ends Four Decades of Trying". Washington Post. 1996-07-27. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  17. ^ a b "Super Bowl XVII MVP: John Riggins". NFL. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  18. ^ "Riggins' Run Is Redskins' Greatest Moment". Washington Redskins. Archived from the original on 2008-01-31. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  19. ^ "Raiders Dismantle Redskins, Records in Super Bowl, 38-9". Washington Post. 1998-07-23. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  20. ^ a b "Washington Redskins History: 1980s". Washington Redskins. Archived from the original on 2008-06-13. Retrieved 2008-06-25. 
  21. ^ Gay, Nancy (2007-10-18). "Testaverde's comeback is one for the ageless". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 
  22. ^ "'Sight Unseen' (Broadway) and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (Storm Theatre)". Broadway World. Retrieved 2008-06-25. 
  23. ^ "ABC, in its 'MNF' swan song, will be changing tunes weekly". USA Today. 2005-08-09. Retrieved 2008-06-26. 
  24. ^ a b "Red Zebra Launches Triple X ESPN Radio". Washington Redskins. Archived from the original on 2008-07-23. Retrieved 2008-06-26. 
  25. ^ "Leonard Shapiro: Loss of Michael Is a Truly Deep Cut". The Washington Post. 2008-12-29. Retrieved 2010-05-07. 
  26. ^ "One Last Hurrah". Washington Post. Retrieved 2008-06-25. 
  27. ^ http://www.washingtonian.com/articles/homes/luxury-homes-march-2009/
  28. ^ "DC Sports Bog". The Washington Post. 
  29. ^ {http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/dc-sports-bog/wp/2012/10/29/john-riggins-and-loosen-up-sandy/
  30. ^ "Redskin Riggins' 1st Appearance On Stage Comes Up Roses". Chicago Tribune. 1992-07-12. 

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