• Friday Conversation: London Fletcher

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Dec 29, 2013
    London Fletcher has been in Washington for seven years, so he’s seen his share of drama. Redskins linebacker London Fletcher said recently that he’s “99 percent certain” that he’ll retire from football at the end of this season. … We’ll see, man,” Fletcher said, via the Washington Post. Five weeks ago, Fletcher moved ahead of Eugene Robinson, a safety for 16 seasons, and became the career leader in games played by an undrafted defensive player. “I think what happens is, in the National Football League it’s tough enough to win on Sundays when you’re just competing against the opponent,” Fletcher said, via Mark Maske of the Washington Post. It’s impossible to predict if such a situation might surface next season, but we’ve seen many examples of a team losing a key player in the second half of the season look for some kind of veteran help to patch the hole.
    • London Fletcher leaves door open for abbreviated return

      Redskins linebacker London Fletcher said recently that he’s “99 percent certain” that he’ll retire from football at the end of this season. On Thursday, Fletcher gave some insight into what might lead to the remaining one percent winning out. Fletcher s…
  • London Fletcher: Drama didn’t help the Redskins this year

    London Fletcher has been in Washington for seven years, so he’s seen his share of drama. And after 16 years in the NFL, he knows that the drama isn’t necessarily enough to sink a team. But he admitted this week, before he plays what is 99 percent sure t…

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