- The Washington Times - Thursday, August 13, 2020

The Washington Football Team has hired former linebacker London Fletcher to serve as a post-game analyst this fall, according to the team.

Fletcher, a 16-year veteran who played for Washington from 2007 to 2013, is the latest addition to its media overhaul under senior vice president Julie Donaldson. The team announced earlier this week that Bram Weinstein and DeAngelo Hall would join Donaldson in the radio booth during games to call the action.

Donaldson was hired last month after play-by-play man Larry Michael abruptly retired ahead of a Washington Post story in which 15 former female employees accused him and four other former high-ranking team officials of sexual harassment.  

Last fall, Washington added Fletcher to its Ring of Honor — though accidentally misspelled his name on the video board when inducting him during a Week 3 game against the Chicago Bears at halftime.  Fletcher had a decorated NFL career, winning a Super Bowl with the St. Louis Rams and making the Pro Bowl four times (all of which were with Washington).

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