#3 Mark Moseley - Kicker

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Started his NFL career with Philadelphia, drafted by the Eagles in 1970... Signed with the Redskins as a free agent in 1974... While with the team, was nicknamed "The Mose" and "Giant Killer"... 1970's special teams unit was called "The Wild Bunch..." Friends still call Moseley "The Mose"... Ranks number one on the Redskins' all-time scoring list (1,207 points)... Made two Pro Bowl appearances while he was a Redskin. Considers winning Super Bowl XVII against the Dolphins to be his most memorable football moment... Another memorable football accomplishment was setting the record for consecutive field goals during a snowy win over the Giants on the way to Super Bowl XVII... Believes the Redskins instilled a sense of family and loyalty which still is prevalent today. Pre-game ritual while with the team involved driving to every home game at RFK with Joe Theismann and Dave Butz. After leaving the Redskins, he opened up his own business - Mark Moseley's Travel, a Virginia-based travel agency... Owned his own restaurant - "Moseley's Burgers" in Herndon, VA, known for black angus burgers and Redskins memorabilia.

Mark Moseley joined the Fredericksburg Generals(Fredericksburg,Virginia), members of the Mason Dixon Football League,after the third week of the 1995 season. He initially started as a special teams advisor/coach but took on the role of a player at the request of Fredericksburg Generals Head Coach Jamie King. With the 47 year old Moseley in the lineup,the Fredericksburg Generals went on a seven game winning streak capturing the Mason-Dixon League Championship in 1995. In 1996 Moseley was a major contributor to the Fredericksburg Generals march into history with thirteen consecutive wins that season. The victories included a Mason Dixon League Championship,an AFA Southeastern Regional Championship, and an AFA Eastern Divisional Championship.On December 13, 1996 the Fredericksburg Generals were named 1996 National Minor League Football Champions. The Fredericksburg Generals were awarded the American Football Association's 17th Arkush Memorial Trophy presented annually to the National Champions of Minor League Football. During the 1996 National Championship season the Fredericksburg Generals averaged more than 30 points per game while limiting opponents to 9 points or less. The Fredericksburg Generals never lost with Moseley in the lineup as he concluded his Minor League career with a perfect mark of 20-0 as a player. He was selected as a member of the Mason Dixon Hall Of Fame in 2009. Mark Moseley is the ONLY player in football history who was a player on both a Super Bowl Championship team (Washington Redskins) as well as a Minor League National Championship team (Fredericksburg Generals).