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Former Redskins offensive lineman Ray Schoenke

Former Redskins offensive lineman Ray Schoenke

Former Redskins OL Ray Schoenke joins host Mike Richman on this episode of "Burgundy & Gold Flashback."  Schoenke, a native of Hawaii who played guard, center and tackle during his 10 seasons in D.C. (1966-75), talks about his induction into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame. He also speaks about the factors leading to the Redskins' four-game losing streak (most recently a 30-20 loss to Arizona on Oct. 12, 2014)) and the most memorable moments in his career, namely his clutch performances in both Redskin playoff wins in 1972.  Schoenke, one of several ex-Redskins who openly supports the Redskins' name, explains why as a Native American he doesn't find the name offensive.

This interview also aired on the Redskins' web site on Oct. 16, 2014 at http://www.redskins.com/media-gallery/audio/Burgundy--Gold-Flashback-201....