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Rick "Doc" Walker

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Commissioner of the GYFL

Rick "Doc" Walker is the newly appointed commissioner of the GYFL and the Board of Directors is ecstatic to have him on board for the 2011 season.  "Doc" is a veteran of nine NFL seasons distinguished himself on the football field with his blocking and timely pass catching. Doc was a starting tight end for Coach Joe Gibbs 1982 World Champion Washington Redskins. He developed the concept of the Skins “Fun Bunch” and was an original member of the famed offensive linemen known as the “HOGS.” Playing for coach Dick Vermeil’s UCLA Bruins, Rick received Lineman of the Year honors in 1977 and became a Rose Bowl Champion, Also that year; the Associated Press (AP) honored Rick an All American.

As a broadcaster, Rick has been a college football television analyst for ESPN, The Big East Network, and Prime. He delivered color commentary for the NFL on CBS-Westwood One Radio. Currently Rick is the color analyst for the ACC College Football Game of the week aired on Raycom Sports, and the sideline reporter for the Washington Redskins. He also co-hosts the John Thompson show on ESPN 980 (Washington D.C.), and is the host of Doc Walker’s ProView, on MASN.

Selling Power Magazine chose Rick “Doc” Walker as one of the region’s top motivational speakers, for speaking engagements Rick specializes in corporate team building and sales training.

Rick is CEO of ABC Technical Solutions Inc. in Washington D.C. he serves on the board of directors for the Touchdown Club Charities and the Spencer Foundation. As an event chairman he has helped Providence Health Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the YMCA. Doc is hosting the annual Alzheimer’s Golf Tournament for the 12 year.


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