|No. 58, 99, 93, 90|
|Born:||August 29, 1964|
Iowa City, Iowa
|NFL draft||1987 / Round: 2 / Pick: 43|
Richard Glenn Graf (born August 29, 1964) is a former professional American football linebacker who played for eight years in the National Football League for the Miami Dolphins (1987–1990), the Houston Oilers (1991–1992), and the Washington Redskins (1993–1994).
Graf is the youngest of three sons of Richard and Barbara Graf. He was raised in Madison, Wisconsin. While attending Madison public schools, he was active in swimming, track and field, hockey, and football. Graf graduated in 1982 from James Madison Memorial High School.
During high school, Graf was an all-state linebacker in football. He also played on the third line for the Madison Memorial hockey team. He also competed in track and field as a sprinter and 110-meter high hurdler.
Graf played for the Miami Dolphins (1986–90), the Houston Oilers (1991–92), and the Washington Redskins (1993–94). He was forced to retire after a severe neck injury suffered in the last pre-season game with the Redskins.
- In 1988, Graf was named Favorite Son of Madison by the Pen and Mike Club.
- In 2003, Graf was made a member of the Madison Sports Hall of Fame.
Graf resides in Edina, Minnesota, and his wife and their three children.