Kaufman, Linebacker On Super Bowl Teams, Passes Away – Redskins.comMel Kaufman (who wore #55) has died. I was wondering why searches for him were showing up on site stats. It seems liked he, Rich Milot and Neil Olkewicz were the Redskins three linebackers for the entire 1980s. In fact, it was just 1979 through 1987.
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The greatest Redskin of all (if not the greatest D.C. athlete ever), Sammy Baugh, died last night. For some reason, washingtonpost.com did not feature this news above the scroll as of 9:45 a.m. Their local competitors washtimes.com and dcexaminer.com both had Baugh in their carousels. On the print edition, Baugh’s passing is only noted at
Eddie Brinkman, 66; Senators Shortstop – The PostAnother former Seantor has died. Eddie Brinkman was a no-hit, good fielding shortstop for most of the expansion Senators tenure in Washington. He was 66.
Olsson’s bookstores officially closed for good today. I bought quite a few books at Olsson’s over the years and enjoyed several booksignings there too. They will be missed. I really need to see if I have the Olsson’s Kermit the Frog “Read” shirt. Overridden With Debt, Olsson’s Ends Long Run – The PostOlsson’s Books And