Hello there. loyal readers. Hopefully your Wednesday has been more exciting than mine, but that's okay, because my boring day gave me time to come up with a new article just for you. Lately, here in our nation's capital, there has been a debate going round about "who is the more popular athlete in D.C?" Frankly, it’s a good one. Over the past 30 years or so, this could also be called "who is the most popular Redskin?" since football has dominated here for so long. In the '70s, the title was held by Sonny Jurgenson, '80s it was Riggo, and the '90s were split between Art Monk and Darrell Green, respectfully. However, at the turn of the century, something strange happened. The very popular owner Jack Kent Cooke past away, and it seemed when he died so did the Reds ...
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Article written by Josh McCain