Washington’s replacement players from the 1987 strike season will finally get their Super Bowl rings

Posted by admin on March 12, 2018 in Oakland Raiders |

Washington will give out Super Bowl rings to the replacement players that took part in three games 锟斤拷 all wins 锟斤拷 during the 1987 strike season. Washington beat the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII that year, and all the regular players on the roster received rings.
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The team said they worked closely with the documentary’s director, John Dorsey, and a number of key partners throughout the last several months to make the rings a reality. The rings will be made by Baron Rings, with diamonds provided by Uptown Diamond.

The 24-day players’ strike was called by the NFL Players Association after Week 2 of that season, with all of the Week 3 games cancelled.

The following three weeks were played primarily by replacement players, though around 15 percent of the NFLPA’s players chose to cross picket lines and play, including Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Randy White. Multiple Dallas starters played in Week 6, including White, but Washington’s replacements still earned a win.

Kids Joel Ward Jersey Washington said that the ceremony to award these rings has not Pierre Turgeon Jersey been arranged yet, but that they will make an announcement about it in the future.

Achilles injuries can severely reduce the effectiveness of previously productive players, as we saw most prominently with Kobe Bryant. It’s not as though Cousins at 70 or 80 percent suddenly becomes a bench guy, but there’s no guarantee he returns as the Boogie we’ve all come to know.
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What you’d have in Arizona: Yes, the 2017 season wasn’t great, but we still finished 8-8 despite losing touchdown machine David Johnson and four-time Pro Bowl guard Mike Iupati after Week 1. Then Carson Palmer went down in the middle of the year.

Johnson was an All-Pro in 2016, will be healthy in 2018, and is as good as any running back you can get paired with this offseason.

Also, wouldn’t you rather live in Arizona than Denver, Minnesota or New York? Cornerback Patrick Peterson said it best in an interview on ESPN’s First Take:

He’ll be in warm weather, he’ll be playing on one of the best turfs in the NFL. We have some great talent around him, running game, receivers, tight end 锟斤拷 you name it, we have everything he needs to be successful.

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