Former Redskins pay tribute to legendary coach Joe Bugel

Ben Krimmel
June 29, 2020 - 6:33 pm

Joe Bugel, the beloved former offensive line coach of the Washington Redskins who helped the team establish the dominant Hogs and win two Super Bowls, died over the weekend at the age of 80.

Bugel was remembered as a hard-nosed leader who demanded perfection from his players but was always there with praise when they did well and on Monday, several former Redskins joined 106.7 The Fan pay tribute and eulogize their coach, friend, and one of the greatest Redskins of all time.

The Sports Junkies spoke with former Redskins GM Charley Casserly (starts at 14:10)

Grant & Danny caught up with Bugel's left tackle Joe Jacoby:

Former quarterback Joe Theismann joined Grant & Danny: 

From Bugel's second-stint with the Redskins, former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams (0:05) told hilarious stories about working with Bugel and center Casey Rabach (19:47) spoke about working for the old-school o-line coach:

Three-time Super Bowl champion Jeff Bostic (12:08) joined Chad Dukes:

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