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For other people with the same name, see Brian Mitchell (disambiguation). Brian Mitchell No. 30      Return specialist / Running back Personal information Date of birth: August 18, 1968 (1968-08-18) (age 42) Place of birth: Leesville, Louisiana (Fort Polk) High School: Plaquemine Senior High School Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight: 221 lb (100 kg) Career information College: Louisiana-Lafayette NFL Draft: 1990 / Round: 5 / Pick: 130 Debuted in 1990 for the Washington Redskins Last played in 2003 for the New York Giants Career history Washington Redskins (1990-1999) Philadelphia Eagles (2000-2002) New York Giants (2003) Career highlights and awards 1× Pro Bowl selection (1995) 3× All-Pro selection (1991, 1994, 1995) 1× Super Bowl champion (XXVI) 70 Greatest Redskins Washington Redskins Ring of Fame NFL's Second All-Time Punt Return Touchdown Leader with (9) NFL Records: 14,014 Career Kickoff Return Yards 4,999 Punt Return Yards 19,013 Combined Return Yards 607 Kick Returns 463 Punt Returns 33 Fair Catches in a season 231 Career Fair Catches 16,900 All-Purpose Yards in a Single Decade, 1990-1999 Career NFL statistics as of 2003 Return touchdowns     13 Punt return yards     4,999 Kick return yards     14,014 Rushing and receiving touchdowns     16 Rushing yards     1,967 Receiving yards     2,336 Stats at NFL.com Stats at pro-football-reference.com Stats at DatabaseFootball.com Brian Keith Mitchell (born August 18, 1968) is a former American football running back and return specialist in the National Football League. He was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the fifth round (130th overall) of the 1990 NFL Draft. He played college football at Southwestern Louisiana where he was a quarterback. Mitchell also played for the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants. He is currently second on the NFL's all-time list in all-purpose yardage with 23,330 yards, behind Jerry Rice. His 13 special teams touchdowns are second in NFL history, behind Devin Hester, and his nine punt return touchdowns are third behind Eric Metcalf and Hester, each with 10. Mitchell was ranked the 2nd Greatest specialist in NFL History by NFL Network's NFL Top 10 Return Aces. Contents 1 Early years 2 College career 3 Professional career 3.1 Washington Redskins 3.2 Later career 4 Legacy 5 NFL Records 6 Life after football 6.1 On television 6.2 On radio 7 Personal life 8 References 9 External links Early years Mitchell was born in Leesville,Louisiana, and calls Plaquemine, LA[1] his home town. College career Mitchell attended the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette), where he played quarterback. At Southwestern Louisiana, Mitchell became the first player in NCAA history to pass for more than 5,000 yards (5,447) and rush for more than 3,000 yards (3,335). He also held the NCAA record for most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (47). As a senior, he rushed for 1,311 yards and passed for 1,966 yards while accounting for 25 touchdowns (six passing, 19 rushing). Yet, in his college career, he never returned a punt or a kickoff.[2] Professional career Mitchell was selected in the fifth round (130th overall) of the 1990 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. Washington Redskins As a rookie, during a Monday Night Football game that came to be known as "The Body Bag Game", Mitchell had to be subbed in as quarterback after the Philadelphia Eagles knocked the Redskins' starting and backup quarterbacks out of the game. Mitchell went 3-for-5 for 40 yards passing and ran for a touchdown. During his second season with the Redskins, Mitchell led the NFL in punt return yards (600) and punt return touchdowns (two), helping his team to an appearance in Super Bowl XXVI, where Washington defeated the Buffalo Bills 37-24. Mitchell continued to play for the Redskins until 1999, leading the NFL in punt return average(14.1) and touchdowns (two) in 1994, and making a Pro Bowl selection in 1995 .He also led the league in combined yards every season from 1994 through 1996, and again in 1998. He is one of only two players to lead the league in that statistical category at least four times. The other is Hall of Famer Jim Brown, who did it five times.[2] Mitchell was released following the 1999 season with the arrival of a new owner, Daniel Snyder. Later career Mitchell signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2000, and played for them until 2002. In 2002, Mitchell was one of only two players to be ranked in the top seven in both kickoff returns and punt returns (the other being Michael Lewis of the New Orleans Saints). He was the only player in the NFC to be ranked in the top three in both categories. Mitchell was second in the NFC and third in the NFL with a career-high 27.0-yard average on 43 kickoff returns.[2] Mitchell was also third in the NFC and seventh in the NFL with a 12.3-yard punt return average on 46 punts. He returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers on November 25. It was Mitchell's 13th career kick returned for a touchdown, breaking a tie with Eric Metcalf and ranking Mitchell first in the record book. That week, he also set a record for kick return yards in a single game with 206 yards on six kick returns.[2] He then signed with the New York Giants for the 2003 season.[2] However, after the season, he was released before the 2004 season. He then re-signed to a one day contract with the Washington Redskins, allowing him to retire a Redskin. Legacy Mitchell is the NFL's second all-time leader in total yardage, second only to Jerry Rice with 23,330 yards, thanks in large part to his 14,014 yards from kickoff returns and his 4,999 punt return yards. Both are NFL records. He also rushed for 1,967 yards on 388 carries (avg. 5.1 rushing yards), caught 255 passes for 2,336 yards, recovered 20 fumbles for 14 return yards, and scored 29 touchdowns (four kickoff returns, nine punt returns, 12 rushing, and four receiving). His 13 special teams touchdowns rank second in the NFL only behind Devin Hester. His nine punt return touchdowns rank third behind Devin Hester and Eric Metcalf (10). Brian Mitchell also holds the NFL record for most combined yards by any one player against a single opponent: 3,076 all-purpose yards against the Dallas Cowboys He is also one of only four players to record four seasons of over 2,000 total yards, (the others being Marshall Faulk, Dante Hall and Tiki Barber) and missed out on a fifth by only five yards.[citation needed] He was inducted into the Washington Redskins Ring of Fame at FedEx Field during the 2009 season. NFL Records Combined kickoff and punt return yards: 19,013 Combined kickoff and punt returns: 1,070 Kickoff return yards: 14,014 Kickoff returns: 607 Punt return yards: 4,999 Punt returns: 463 Fair catches: 231 Fair catches in a single season(2000): 33 All-purpose yards by any player against a single opponent: 3,076 against the Dallas Cowboys Kickoff return yards in postseason: 875 Kickoff returns in postseason: 36 Punt return yards in postseason: 339 Punt returns in postseason: 34-tied with David Meggett Combined return yards in postseason: 1,214 Combined returns in postseason: 70 Games with 100 all purpose yards: 118 Games with 200 all purpose yards: 15 All-purpose yards on Sunday games only: 20,818 All-purpose yards in a single decade (1990–1999): 16,905 Combined return yards on Sunday games only: 16,957 Most rushing yards in a game by a player with 3 attempts or less: 105, on 2 attempts; 10/1/2000 Oldest player to have an 85+ yard run: 32 years, 44 days Life after football On television Since retiring, Mitchell has been a TV and radio host and analyst for a variety of outlets. On TV, he is currently the NFL analyst for WUSA-TV in Washington D.C., where he co-hosts the station's Sunday night wrap-up program entitled "Sports Plus. Previously, he was a co-host of Redskins Post Game Live on Comcast SportsNet in Washington, D.C. On radio On radio, Mitchell was the host of The Brian Mitchell show on WTEM, located in Rockville, Maryland, until the show ended on April 27, 2007 because of program lineup changes. He then moved to The John Thompson Show as co-host. During the 2008 season on an edition of "The John Thompson Show," Mitchell got into a heated argument with Redskins running back Clinton Portis, who was a guest on the show. Mitchell currently serves as a frequent guest and guest host on "The Sports Junkies" and the "Mike Wise Show" on 106.7 The Fan. Brian announced on January 21, 2010 edition of the Mike Wise Show that he would get his own show on Saturdays from 10-3 on 106.7 The Fan. He also runs the Brian Mitchell Football Camp throughout Virginia. Personal life Mitchell has four children with his wife Monica.[2] He founded the Brian Mitchell Foundation in 2001 to help disadvantaged children in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and his hometown of Plaquemine, Louisiana.[2] References ^ Brian Mitchell's Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=673859181 ^ a b c d e f g Eisen, Michael (March 3, 2003). "Giants Sign Return Specialist Brian Mitchell". Giants.com. http://www.giants.com/news/headlines/story.asp?story_id=288. Retrieved November 23, 2009.  External links Biography portal ESPN.com profile Brian Mitchell Foundation v · d · eWashington Redskins Super Bowl XXVI Champions 2 Kelly Goodburn | 6 Cary Conklin (IR) | 8 Chip Lohmiller | 10 Jeff Rutledge | 11 Mark Rypien (MVP) | 16 Stan Humphries | 20 Alvoid Mays | 21 Earnest Byner | 26 Danny Copeland | 27 Brad Edwards | 28 Darrell Green | 30 Brian Mitchell | 31 Clarence Vaughn | 32 Ricky Ervins | 34 Terry Hoage | 35 Martin Mayhew | 37 Gerald Riggs | 40 Alvin Walton | 45 Sidney Johnson | 47 A. J. Johnson | 50 Ravin Caldwell | 51 Monte Coleman | 53 Jeff Bostic | 54 Kurt Gouveia | 55 Andre Collins | 57 Matt Millen | 58 Wilber Marshall | 60 Fred Stokes | 61 Mark Adickes | 63 Raleigh McKenzie | 64 Ralph Tamm | 65 Mohammed Elewonibi (IR) | 66 Joe Jacoby | 67 Ray Brown | 68 Russ Grimm | 69 Mark Schlereth | 71 Charles Mann | 74 Markus Koch | 75 Eric Williams | 76 Ed Simmons | 78 Tim Johnson | 79 Jim Lachey | 80 Keenan McCardell (IR) | 81 Art Monk | 82 John Brandes | 83 Ricky Sanders | 84 Gary Clark | 85 Don Warren | 86 Stephen Hobbs | 87 Ron Middleton | 88 James Jenkins | 89 Terry Orr | 94 Bobby Wilson | 97 Jumpy Geathers | 99 Jason Buck Head Coach: Joe Gibbs Coaches: Don Breaux | Jack Burns | Bobby DePaul | Rod Dowhower | Jim Hanifan | Larry Peccatiello | Richie Petitbon | Dan Riley | Wayne Sevier | Warren Simmons | Charley Taylor | Emmitt Thomas | LaVern Torgeson | Steve Wetzel v · d · e70 Greatest Redskins 21 Terry Allen RB 1995-98 • 41 Mike Bass CB 1969-75 • 20 Cliff Battles B 1932-37 • 33 Sammy Baugh QB 1937-52 • 31 Don Bosseler B 1957-64 • 53 Jeff Bostic C 1980-93 • 4 Mike Bragg P 1968-79 • 80 Gene Brito DE 1951-53, 1955-58 • 43 Larry Brown RB 1969-76 • 77 Bill Brundige DE 1970-77 • 65 Dave Butz DT 1975-88 • 21 Earnest Byner RB 1989-93 • 84 Gary Clark WR 1985-92 • 51 Monte Coleman LB 1979-94 • 53 Al DeMao C 1945-53 • 36 Chuck Drazenovich LB 1950-59 • 35 Bill Dudley RB 1950-51, 1953 • 17 Turk Edwards T 1932-40 • 44 Andy Farkas FB 1938-44 • 37 Pat Fischer CB 1968-77 • 28 Darrell Green CB 1983-2002 • 68 Russ Grimm G 1981-91 • 55 Chris Hanburger LB 1965-78 • 57 Ken Harvey LB 1994-98 • 56 Len Hauss C 1964-77 • 27 Ken Houston S 1973-80 • 70 Sam Huff LB 1964-67, 1969 • 66 Joe Jacoby T/G 1981-93 • 47 Dick James RB 1955-63 • 9 Sonny Jurgensen QB 1964-74 • 22 Charlie Justice RB 1950, 1952-54 • 17 Billy Kilmer QB 1971-78 • 26 Paul Krause DB 1964-67 • 79 Jim Lachey T 1988-95 • 14 Eddie LeBaron QB 1952-53, 1955-59 • 72 Dexter Manley DE 1981-89 • 71 Charles Mann DE 1983-93 • 58 Wilber Marshall LB 1988-92 • 73 Mark May T 1981-89 • 79 Ron McDole DE 1971-78 • 63 Raleigh McKenzie G 1985-94 • 53 Harold McLinton LB 1969-78 • 40 Wayne Millner E 1936-41, 1945 • 49 Bobby Mitchell FL 1962-68 • 30 Brian Mitchell RB 1990-99 • 81 Art Monk WR 1980-93 • 3 Mark Moseley K 1974-86 • 29 Mark Murphy S 1977-84 • 21 Mike Nelms KR 1980-84 • 52 Neal Olkewicz LB 1979-89 • 23 Brig Owens LB 1966-77 • 65 Vince Promuto G 1960-70 • 44 John Riggins RB 1976-79, 1981-85 • 11 Mark Rypien QB 1987-93 • 83 Ricky Sanders WR 1986-93 • 76 Ed Simmons T 1987-93 • 87 Jerry Smith TE 1965-77 • 60 Dick Stanfel G 1956-58 • 74 George Starke T 1973-84 • 72 Diron Talbert DT 1971-80 • 84 Hugh (Bones) Taylor E 1947-54 • 42 Charley Taylor WR 1964-77 • 7 Joe Theismann QB 1974-85 • 67 Rusty Tillman LB 1970-77 • 85 Don Warren TE 1979-92 • 25 Joe Washington RB 1981-84 • 17 Doug Williams QB 1986-89 • Coaches George Allen Head Coach 1971-77 • Ray Flaherty Head Coach 1936-42 • Joe Gibbs Head Coach 1981-92 • v · d · eWashington Redskins Ring of Fame George Allen Head Coach 1971–77 • Cliff Battles RB 1932–37 • Sammy Baugh QB 1937–52 • Gene Brito DE, 1951–53, 1955–58 • Larry Brown RB 1969–76 • Dave Butz DT 1975–88 • Gary Clark WR 1985–92 • Jack Kent Cooke Owner 1961–97 • Bill Dudley RB, 1950–51, 1953 • Wayne Curry Prince George's County Executive 1994–2002 • Pat Fischer CB 1968–77 • Joe Gibbs Head Coach, 1981–92, 2004–07 • Darrell Green CB 1983–2002 • Russ Grimm G 1981–91 • Chris Hanburger LB 1965–78 • Ken Harvey LB 1994–98 • Len Hauss C 1964–77 • Phil Hochberg PA Announcer 1963–2000 • Ken Houston S 1973–80 • Sam Huff LB, 1964–67, 1969 • Joe Jacoby T/G 1981–93 • Dick James RB 1956–63 • Sonny Jurgensen QB 1964–74 • Charlie Justice RB, 1950, 1952–54 • Billy Kilmer QB 1971–78 • Eddie LeBaron QB, 1952–53, 1955–59 • Vince Lombardi Head Coach 1969 • Dexter Manley DE 1981–89 • Charles Mann DE 1983–93 • George Preston Marshall Team Founder & Owner 1932–69 • Wayne Millner End, 1936–41, 1945 • Bobby Mitchell Flanker 1962–68 • Brian Mitchell RB/KR 1990–99 • Art Monk WR 1980–93 • Mark Moseley PK 1974–86 • Brig Owens DB 1966–77 • Vince Promuto G 1960–70 • John Riggins RB, 1976–79, 1981–85 • Jerry Smith TE 1965–77 • Charley Taylor WR 1964–77 • Sean Taylor S 2004–07 • Joe Theismann QB 1974–85 • Lamar "Bubba" Tyer Head Athletic Trainer, 1971–2002, 2004–08 • Doug Williams QB 1986–89 • Persondata Name Mitchell, Brian Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 18, 1968 Place of birth Fort Polk, Louisiana Date of death Place of death