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Q&A With Brian Mitchell

B-Mitch wanted to retire as a Redskin and will do so Wednesday. Though he continued to play well after leaving Washington, his best days were here. And that's one of the reasons he approached the Redskins about signing for one day so he could retire in Washington. He talked about that decision as well as other facets from his career.

Q: Why retire as a Redskin? A: It's just something I wanted to do. I really wanted to do it for the fans. They've been great. I played here 10 years and this past year was my fifth year not being a Redskin. But the fans treat me as if I still play for the Redskins. Q: What drove you?A: I was never happy with what I did before and I always tried to be the best. I had to constantly work. As a... Recommended Stories

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