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35. Mark May

From the University of Pittsburgh, Mark May was a First Round Pick (20thOverall) by the Washington Redskins, and was an original "Hogs," a term coined by Offensive Line Coach Joe Bugel, the year after May was drafted.

 

May became a starter at Right Guard halfway through his rookie season, and he held that spot until 1984 when he moved to Right Tackle.  May helped the Redskins win their first Super Bowl (XVII), and their second (XXII).  After that second Super Bowl, May moved back to Right Guard, and he was a Pro Bowl Selection for the first and only time.  

A knee injury kept May out of the entire 1990 season, which would be the last he was under contract with Washington, as he signed with the San Diego Chargers in the offseason.  With the Redskins, he started 115 of his 123 Games.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Offensive Lineman
  • Acquired: Selected in the 1st Round, 20th Overall in the NFL Draft 4/28/81.
  • Departed:

    Signed with the San Diego Chargers before the 1991 Season.

  • Games Played: 123
  • Notable Statistics:

    115 Games Started
    6 Fumble Recoveries
    72 Approximate Value

  • Played For: Washington Redskins
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Super Bowl Champion (XVII & XXII
    Pro Bowl (1988)

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