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Rick Redman


Richard Clark Redman

Inducted 1995

Date of Birth



Portland, OR


University of Washington (1962-1964)


Rick Redman stood 5-11 in height, weighed 215 pounds, and was listed at guard in the Washington lineup for three years, 1962-64. He was one of the most versatile linemen ever to play the game. He worked at linebacker on defense, and did the team's punting. In 30 games over three years he had 134 punts, and the average distance was 38 yards. Redman was named all-conference guard three times, consensus All-American guard twice, and Academic All-American once. He graduated with a degree in business. In his junior year, 1963, Washington opened the season with three straight losses. Then the team won six of the last seven, was conference champion, and earned a trip to the Rose Bowl. Redman followed his college career with nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers. He went into the construction business in Seattle.


Height 5'11

Weight 215

Career Highlights

  • 1964 Academic All-America
  • 1964 All-Conference
  • 1964 Consensus All-America
  • 1963 All-Conference
  • 1963 Consensus All-America
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