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Topic - Joe Gibbs
Do you remember the Redskins 1986 season? Joe Gibbs and Doug Williams do, and they talk to Redskins Nation about their loss to the Giants and how Williams almost became a Raider.
Clarksdale Municipal Judge Joe Gibbs is again offering an amnesty deal for citizens who have outstanding fines in city court.
The 43 drivers competing in the 2014 Daytona 500, in order of starting position:
It's been 21 years since Joe Gibbs Racing celebrated its only Daytona 500 victory.
Joe Gibbs recently made an appearance on The Colbert Report and describes what it was like to interact with the comedian.
You remember Fassel, don't you? He had one foot in the door to coach the Redskins not once, but twice. He won two UFL championships, beating not only Gruden but Jim Haslett the year before. Yet here is Jay Gruden, the guy who lost to Jim Fassel, with a five-year, $20 million NFL head coaching contract.
Joe Gibbs talks about the possibility of success in 2014 and how disappointed he was with the 2013 season for the Redskins.
Being in New York for Super Bowl week brought back pleasant memories of Super Bowl XVII for former Redskins running back John Riggins.
For two stints as Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs became famous for his motivational skills and football schemes, but he was never considered too funny.
Need to Know: Joe Gibbs' Redskins played in the NFL's version of the Final Four five times. Here's a look back at those games.
The best guess is he'll be much closer to Joe Gibbs than Norv Turner. Asking anybody to match what Gibbs did the first time is unfair. But there's a small reason to believe he may be pretty good, a somewhat crazy reason but, hey, it is my crazy and I'll stick to it.
The Redskins have their man. Will he turn out to be more like the successful Joe Gibbs or the frustrating Norv Turner?
When former Redskins coach Joe Gibbs talks, Washington owner Dan Snyder usually listens. So who does Gibbs think will make a great coach?
Ten years ago today the Redskins stunned the football world by brining back Joe Gibbs. Is a similar shocking hire on tap this year?
Whichever direction the Redskins eventually go, a couple of questions linger: How long will this regime last and why, besides the money, would anyone want to be a professional head coach these days? The constant pressure, headaches and growing scrutiny can't make for much fun even with a paycheck that looks like a lottery winner.
Gibbs says a person could work out a payment schedule and then the warrant will be rescinded.
As in years past, Gibbs says people who have fines may either pay the fine off in its entirety to the municipal court clerk and the warrant will be withdrawn.