(Pronunciation: 'hog, 'häg)

Function: noun   Date: 14th century
Inflected Form(s): plural hogs also hog
Etymology: Middle English hogge, Old English hogg
Original Hogs
George Starke
George Starke - "Head Hog"
Left Tackle, # 74, 1973-1984
The 'senior' member of the group, and subsequent Head Hog, Starke was a steadying influence.
Russ Grimm - "The Grimm Reaper"
Left Guard, # 68, 1981-1991
The only Hog inducted into the Hall of Fame (2010), Grimm logged 140 games in a Redskin uniform.
Jeff Bostic - "Bosco"
Center, # 53, 1980-1993
An undrafted free agent out of Clemson, Bostic would play all 14 years of his NFL career with the Redskins.
Mark May
Right Guard, # 73, 1981-1989
Drafted in the 1st round in 1981 (20th overall), May won Super Bowls in '82 and '87 with Washington.
Joe Jacoby - "Jake"
Right Tackle, # 66, 1981-1993
Arguably the best undrafted NFL player ever, he was the anchor of the Hogs for over a decade.
Don Warren - "The Dutchman"
Tight End, # 85, 1979-1992
Warren received honorary membership in the Hogs because of his blocking prowess.
Rick Walker - "Doc"
Tight End, # 88, 1977-1985
Like Warren, Walker also earned honorary inclusion because of his blocking.
John Riggins - "Ground Hog" , "Diesel"
Running Back, # 44, 1976-1979, 1981-1985
One of the most colorful figures in Skins' history, Riggins was granted honorary membership as a Hog.
Joe Bugel - "Boss Hog"
Offensive Line Coach, 1981-1989, 2004-2009
The man who founded, taught, inspired and was responsible for the Hogs and their dominance.
V2 Hogs

Many people feel that despite some different members, the offensive line that rolled the Redskins into Super Bowl XXVI wore the name Hog deservedly. Jacoby was still at right tackle, Bostic was still starting at center, and Grimm was now a reserve. Jim Lachey took Starke's spot at left tackle, Raleigh McKenzie was at left guard, and Mark Schlereth was at right guard.

Jim Lachey
Jim Lachey
Left Tackle, # 79, 1988-1995
Acquired from the Raiders in 1988 in the Jay Schroeder trade, Lachey's injuries are all that kept him from being legendary.
Raleigh McKenzie
Raleigh McKenzie
Left Guard, # 63, 1985-1994
McKenzie personified diversity and played every single position along the offensive line at some point.
Mark Schlereth
Mark Schlereth - "Stinky"
Right Guard, # 69, 1989-1994
Schlereth holds the distinction of being one of the most operated on players in NFL history.