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The 300: #27 Larry Wilson

Players at this man’s position don’t get a lot of recognition. Part of the purpose of The 300 is to provide equal recognition to all position groups, but we’d like to think that this guy would be in anyone’s list.

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The 300: #26 Jack Ham

Today we focus on a man who has been very much in the news in recent months, but whose career was one of the outstanding ones of his time.

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Skin Deep – Washington’s season is done

The Washington Redskins have now officially been ruled out of playoff contention after they were rolled over by the LA Chargers on Sunday. It’s been a disappointing year but Christian Burt is already looking to the future…

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MAN DOWN, MAN UP: Where Eagles Dare

It was a pretty disastrous weekend in Philadelphia, and with Carson Wentz lost of the season Richard O’Hagan takes a look at the new man behind center for the Eagles.

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The 300: #25 Ray Guy

The next entry in our list is a player that we have mentioned a few times over the years. His abilities were well appreciated during his playing days, but perhaps it is only with the passage of time that the true significance of his role has been appreciated.

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The 300: #24 Morten Andersen

Kickers are always a controversial choice in any list like this, but how could we ignore this guy?

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The 300: #23 Randy Gradishar

Sometimes, the passage of time causes us to forget just how good some players were. One of the aims of The 300 is to bring those players to the attention of more recent NFL fans. One such player is today’s entrant.

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The 300: #22 Patrick Willis

You know that a player is a good one when their retirement takes people by surprise – which is exactly what happened with today’s entry.

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The 300: #21 Matt Stover

There are some who might say that kickers have no place in The 300, but we’re not like that. We have kickers, punters and a whole host of unregarded players in our list. Because everyone is a part of an NFL roster, no matter how long they spend on the pitch.

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Gould-en Oldie comes back to kick Bears where it hurts

San Francisco’s Robbie Gould kicked five field goals on his return to Soldier Field to inflict misery on his former team. This loss was just so Bears, writes a dejected Dave Usher…

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