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Redskins HOF safety Paul Krause (1964-67)

EXCERPT: When Redskins history buffs recall the 1964 season, they are likely to remember a thrilling, high-octane offense led by quarterback Sonny Jurgensen, running back Charley Taylor and flanker Bobby Mitchell.  The defense wasn’t the team’s focal point, although it featured a future Pro Bowler, linebacker Sam Huff, and a promising rookie. That player, free safety Paul Krause, intercepted a league-high 12 passes and was named to the Pro Bowl. He earned Pro Bowl honors again in 1965. But Krause was gone after the 1967 season. The Redskins traded him to the Minnesota Vikings for linebacker Marlin McKeever and a seventh round draft choice.  It goes down as arguably the worst trade in Redskins history.

Read the entire article about Krause in the attached document.