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Darrell Green, by the Numbers

The Washington Post
Web Posted: Friday, Dec. 27, 2002; 2:48 p.m. EST

 Arizona's Jake Plummer pushes Darrell Green out of bounds after Green interecepted a pass Dec. 12, 1999. Plaummer is one of 41 quarterbacks Green has picked off in his 20-year career.
(Rich Lipski - The Washington Post)
42: His age at retirment, making him the oldest player at his position (cornerback) in the NFL.

37: How old Darrell was when he ran back his last interception for a touchdown. That made him the oldest player in NFL history to do that.

4: The number of presidents who have been in office during Darrell Green's career (Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush).

28: His jersey number, which is likely to be only the second Redskins' number to be retired. (Right now, only Sammy Baugh's No. 30 is retired.)

6: The number of times longer Darrell Green has played than most NFL players. (The average player lasts 3.3 years; Darrell has lasted 20).

295: The number of games Darrell Green has played in for the Redskins.

54: Number of interceptions.

19: Number of seasons he has had at least one interception. (This is the only season in his career that he didn't have an interception.)

5: Most interceptions in one season. (He did this three times, in 1984, 1986 and 1991.)

631: Number of yards Darrell has run for after interceptions.

83: His longest interception return.

10: Number of touchdowns scored (seven on interceptions, two on fumbles and one punt return).

4: Most interceptions off one quarterback (Randall Cunningham).

3: Most interceptions in a single game (Chuck Long of Detroit).

11: Most interceptions against a single team (the Philadelphia Eagles).

SOURCE: Washington Redskins Media Guide.

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