Marc Logan: Played with the Redskins from ’95 to ’97. Past his prime by the time he arrived in DC and a bit undersized, but he a pretty good receiver coming out of the backfield. He caught 51 balls during his redskin career.
Larry Bowie: Played with the Redskins from ’96 to ’99. Arrived is ’96 as an UDFA. Had his best season in ’97 when he caught 34 passes and ran for 100.
Larry Centers: played for the Redskins for only two years (’99-’00), but during his time he had 150 receptions. He was a great receiver coming out of the backfield amassing 827 career receptions. His was OK but never great as a blocker IMO.
Bryan Johnson: A Redskin from ’00 to ’03, and the starting full back during Steve Spurrier’s tenure. He had 33 receptions during his Redskin career.
Mike Sellers: Played for the Redskins from ’98 to ’11 (though he did take 4 years off to play for Cleveland then in the CFL). He converted to FB from the TE Position. Sellers was great blocker and special teams’ player. He was also a decent receiver and great teammate. He had 116 receptions during his redskin career.
Darrel Young: Currently the starting fullback for the redskins. Converted ILB, he appears to have the receiving and blocking skills you look for in a fullback.
Who was the best Redskin fullback from 1980 to 2011
Marc Logan (0 votes)
Larry Bowie (1 vote)
Larry Centers (3 votes)
Bryan Johnson (0 votes)
Mike Sellers (51 votes)
Darrel Young (4 votes)
Other (0 votes)
59 total votes