Washington Football Team Hall of Famers are the players inducted into the Pro Hall of Fame. There have been over 32 former players, coaches, and administrators inducted for enshrinement into the Hall of Fame.
The Washington Football Team is an American football team headquartered in the Washington metropolitan region. The Washington Redskins, as they used to be known, are a National Football League (NFL) franchise in the National Football Conference (NFC) East division.
The squad has played more than 1,000 games and is one of just five in the NFL with more than 600 wins. Forbes estimates the worth of the Washington Redskins at at $4.2 billion, ranking them as the sixth most expensive NFL team.
A year after the Redskins were established, they changed their name from the Boston Braves. In 1937, the franchise relocated to Washington, D.C. Both the NFL championship game in 1937 and the Super Bowls in XVII, XXII, and XXVII were won by the club. While the Redskins have finished second five times, they were unable to go farther in the postseason in those seasons due to a lack of quality quarterback play.
Name Position Year Inducted
Cliff Battles Running Back 1968
Sammy Baugh Quarterback 1963
Bill Dudley Running Back 1966
Turk Edwards Tackle 1969
Russ Grimm Guard 2010
Chris Hanburger Linebacker 2011
Ken Houston Safety 1986
Sam Huff Linebacker 1982
Sonny Jurgensen Quarterback 1983
Wayne Millner 1968
Bobby Mitchell Flanker 1983
Art Monk Wide Receiver 2008
John Riggins Running Back 1992
Charley Taylor Wide Receiver 1984
Champ Bailey Cornerback 2019