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"Mr. Automatic" -- Record-Setting Kicker Mark Moseley

"Mr. Automatic" -- Record-Setting Kicker Mark Moseley

For this episode of "Burgundy & Gold Flashback," I interviewed the greatest place kicker in Redskins history, Mark Moseley. Moseley holds the team scoring record with 1,206 points and set an NFL record with 23 straight FGs during the 1982 season. Speaking a few days after attending training camp in Richmond, he said he's excited about the coming season and likes the way the players are taking to first-year head coach Jay Gruden, saying it reminds him a lot of the circumstances in 1981, Joe Gibbs' rookie coaching season. Moseley, who played for special teams mastermind George Allen in D.C. in the 1970s, also talks about how atrocious the Redskins' special teams were last season and the improvements that must be made. He expounds, too, on his role on the steering committee of RedskinsFacts.com, a newly formed web site supported by the team that seeks to counter arguments that the nickname is derogatory. Just prior to the interview, Moseley traveled to an Indian reservation in Montana with two other members of the steering committee, Chris Cooley and Gary Clark, and saw for himself the true needs of Native Americans that must be addressed such as alcoholism, drug abuse and poverty. Check it out!