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Redskins HOF linebacker Chris Hanburger (1965-78)

EXCERPT: Chris Hanburger acted like a loner. He was very moody around the clubhouse and preferred not to socialize with teammates, and he barely uttered a word to reporters, often saying “no comment.” But Hanburger was more sociable on the field, where he went out of his way to greet ball carriers – however unceremoniously. A featherweight of a linebacker who sometimes played at only 200 pounds, he specialized in brutalizing foes with vicious clothesline tackles. Instead of hitting ball carriers below the waste textbook-style, the intimidator regularly tackled high, driving his powerful forearms into players to knock them off their feet. He took no mercy, hence his nicknames “The Hammer” and “The Hangman.”

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