Joe Bugle, Joe Gibbs, Brendon Todd discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


At 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. At 5 15 years, Rob would fork Skins fans in mourning today over the news that Joe Bugle, the architect of the hogs during three of the teams for Super Bowl appearances in the Joe Gibbs. Era, has died. Bugle initially served as Gibbs, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach in his 1st 2 seasons in Washington and his promotion to assistant head coach in 1983 coincided with the teams then record 541 points, scored in Route to Super Bowl 18. Bugle was a head coach in Phoenix in Oakland, but he's best known as the leader of one of the most fun units in NFL history. Bugle was 80 We respectfully move on to Nascar's doubleheader at Pocono, where the Cup series races just coming out of a lightning delay. With Ryan Priest starting from the pole, the Xfinity Siri's race went over time, with Chase Briscoe edging out Ross Chastain in a crash filled affair in golf. Dustin Johnson trying to hang on in the final round of the Travelers Championship, sitting atop the leader board with one stroke lead over Kevin Streelman. Brendon Todd, who actually held the lead at one point shot a triple bogey on the 12th hole. He's now fallen four strokes back at 15 under. The Nationals announced their 60 man player pull ahead of today's deadline with notable name not on the roster. Adrian Sanchez is on the 60 day injured list with an Achilles injury. That's 2019 1st round pick Jackson Rutledge will be part of the team when camp opens Friday and a happy 28th birthday to Bradley Beal, who was actually drafted by the Wizard's on this day eight years ago with the third overall pick in the 2012.

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