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Joe Gibbs

## Joe Gibbs Head Coach 1981-92
Pro Football Hall of Fame 1996
The winningest coach in Redskins' history, Gibbs returned to the franchise in January 2004 to coach the team after being away for 11 years… Won three Super Bowls with three different quarterbacks in 1982, 1987 and 1991.

Cites trio of championships as his most memorable moments as a coach, including NFC title game win over the Cowboys… Before games, always took a nap and did not eat… Also reviewed game plan and made notes… He was most inspired by former Chargers' coach Don Coryell…

The Washington Redskins was a "place where I spent a large part of my life with a lot of great memories. The greatest place in the world to coach – it meant so much to the players and the fans"… He calls his biggest accomplishment being a husband, dad and granddad.

Upon retiring from football in 1993, he became a major success in motor sports with Joe Gibbs Racing.



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