Joe Gibbs, the most successful coach in Redskins history, resigned Tuesday as coach and team president. Gibbs coached the Redskins from 1981-1992 and again from 2004-2007. During his first tour in Washington, he led the Redskins to four Super Bowls (XVI, XVII, XXII, and XXVI).
Look back at some of the most memorable moments in Gibbs' Hall-of-Fame career:
NFL Films President Steve Sabol takes a look at the singular quality in all of
' championship teams.
talks about owner Jack Kent Cooke's reaction to the team's 1-3 preseason record in 1991, right before the
embarked on a
Doc Walker, Russ Grimm and Joe Theismann remember the expensive "Hogs Night Out."
A look back at Joe Theismann's career and his rise to greatness with the