Russ Grimm was drafted in the 3rd round of the 1981 NFL Draft by the Redskins. Grimm, along with Jeff Bostic, Mark May, George Starke and Joe Jacob comprised "The Hogs." This offensive line is a permanent fixture in the Redskins' glory years under then head coach Joe Gibbs.
Russ Grimm started 114 games and played in a total of 140 games in his Redskins career. During this span, Russ Grimm played in 4 Super Bowls and 4 consecutive Pro Bowls.
Before being inducted this year, Grimm was a semifinalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004, and a finalist in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Russ Grimm is a Hall of Famer
Breaking Burgundy Top Stories
Quick Move: Redskins Add Veteran ReceiverFormer Rams second-round pick Brian Quick is the newest receiver for the Redskins.
Breaking BurgundyFriday at 7:35 AM
The Potential Flaw In Manusky's PlanThe Redskins need a nose tackle. It sounds like that might come via the NFL Draft. Ben Standig on why that's a risky plan.
Redskins Depth Chart: Now What?Terrelle Pryor and D.J. Swearinger are in, Ricky Jean Francois and Pierre Garcon are out. More moves on deck.
McShay Talks Redskins, 2017 QuarterbacksThe Kirk Cousins topic became a tangential question for the ESPN NFL Draft analyst, who also revealed his latest mock draft.