In his final appearance on "Redskins Nation" during the 2011 season, Mike Richman talks about the trade that brought Hall of Fame QB Sonny Jurgensen to D.C. in 1964. Jurgensen played his first seven seasons in Philly, but new Eagles coach Joe Kuharich dealt him to the Redskins as part of a personnel housecleaning. Mike explains that Jurgy gained revenge with a spectacular performance in a 35-20 win over the Eagles in 1964. Mike also spoke about the Redskins' infamous "Body Bag Game" against Philadelphia in 1990 and their NFC East-clinching win over the 49ers on Dec. 26, 1999, exactly 12 years before the taping of the show. His conversation with host Larry Michael, the "Voice of the Redskins," came in the context of the season-ending game against the Eagles in Philly. Check it out!
Redskins historian Mike Richman is the author of two history books on the Redskins, the Washington Redskins Football Vault and The Redskins Encyclopedia, and the host of a Redskins TV show, "Burgundy & Gold Magazine." He also appears as a guest on other TV shows to discuss Redskins history and current developments regarding the Redskins.