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Chris Samuels is remaining in the Washington, D.C. area and near the game that he made a name for himself in.
On Wednesday afternoon, ESPN’s John Keim followed up on a tweet that announced the fact Samuels, a longtime Redskin, is going to be Osbourn High School’s (Manassas, Va.) new head football coach.
Last summer, NFL.com’s Chase Goodbread named Samuels the best pick of the 2000 NFL Draft.
Samuels appeared and started in 141 games over the course of 10 seasons. He paved the way for seven different 1,000-yard rushing seasons to include Clinton Portis’ 1,516-yard season which, at the time, was the franchise record for most rushing yards by an individual in a single-season in franchise history.
By the time he announced his retirement in March 2010, Samuels had appeared in six Pro Bowls, most by a Redskins offensive lineman in franchise history.
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