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Redskins Breakdown with Brian Mitchell
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Former 'Skin, Eagle, and Giant Brian Mitchell was one of Gerald s favorite teammates back in the day. He iss currently a Show Host/Analyst on SportsTalk Live and Comcast Sportsnet, covering the Redskins, so he is the perfect guy to talk to about the mess at QB in DC. We also talk NFL injury protocol, and give our take on Johnny Football.
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The Gerald Riggs Show: Brian Mitchell

Brian and Gerald discuss RGIII and if whatever is wrong with his game can be fixed. Plus, Johnny Football gets the call in Cleveland, and the college football playoff system.
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Brian Mitchell

Brian was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the fifth round (130th overall) of the 1990 NFL Draft. He played college football at University of Southwestern Louisiana where he was a quarterback.

Mitchell also played for the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants. He is currently second on the NFL's all-time list in all-purpose yardage with 23,330 yards, behind Jerry Rice. He is also first all time for combined yardage for a non-wide receiver. His 13 special teams touchdowns are second in NFL history, behind Devin Hester, and his nine punt return touchdowns are third behind Eric Metcalf with 10, and Hester with 14. Mitchell was ranked the 2nd Greatest specialist in NFL History by NFL Network's NFL Top 10 Return Aces. Brian Mitchell also holds the NFL record for most combined yards by any one player against a single opponent: 3,076 all-purpose yards against the Dallas Cowboys

He is also one of only four players to record four seasons of over 2,000 total yards, (the others being Marshall Faulk, Dante Hall and Tiki Barber) and missed out on a fifth by only five yards.[citation needed]

He was inducted into the Washington Redskins Ring of Fame at FedEx Field during the 2009 season.



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