London Fletcher is a devoted family man, a
consummate professional; he is a proven leader
both on and off the field.
- Starting Middle Linebacker, Washington Redskins; Current
- 14 Year NFL Veteran; has never missed a game in his NFL career
- 2011 Washington Redskins Inaugural Community Service Award Receipt
- NFL Pro Bowl Selection, 2010 & 2011
- NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Finalist; 2009
- Super Bowl Champion, St. Louis Rams; 1999
- Rookie of the Year, St. Louis Rams; 1998
- NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee; 2005& 2006 (Bills), 2008 & 2009 (Redskins)
- BJ Blanchard Award Winner (Redskins player most helpful to local media); 2009
- Founder, London’s Bridge Foundation; 2003
On the Field:
London Fletcher has had a dynamic and prolific NFL career. His work ethic and sportsmanship have made him a leader both on the field and in the locker room. London began his career in St. Louis where he became one of two rookies to earn a starting spot. That same year, London was selected as the Rams’ Rookie of the Year. These accolades only mark the beginning of an illustrious NFL career. In 1999 London’s superior play helped the Rams win an impressive Super Bowl victory over the Tennessee Titans. For ten consecutive seasons London has lead his team in tackles. As a further testament to his dependability, London has played in all 218 contests throughout his 14 year career, having never missed a game.
Off the Field:
London is an equally tremendous force off the field. He has participated in charitable projects all across the nation. From Ohio to New York to Washington, DC, to North Carolina…London stands ready to serve anyone in need. In the past, London has served as a Spokesperson for the Verizon Wireless Hope Line Cell Phone Collection program, a 4th & Life panelist, and an ambassador for the Children’s Inn. To date, he has donated over $100,000 dollars to his alma mater, John Carroll University. Additionally, London appeared on Wheel of Fortune’s annual NFL Charities game series. London’s tireless efforts within his community have not gone unnoticed. In recognition of his steadfast service, London has been nominated three times as a finalist for the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year award. In 2003 London began “building bridges to our future” by starting the “London’s Bridge” foundation.
- London is from Cleveland, Ohio. He went to high school at Villa Angela-St. Joseph
- London married his childhood sweetheart and they have three beautiful children; Paige, Steele, and Brooke
- London was a high school basketball standout player, he played o two state championship basketball teams, and he orginially went to college on a basketball scholarship
- London has never missed a game in his 14 year NFL career
- London entered the league as a undrafted rookie in 1998
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