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With the 2011 season in the books and another 105 days to go before the 2012 NFL Draft, it’s officially time to hem and/or haw, self-congratulate success and self-loathe disappointment. Hey, it’s the offseason!
The best place to start for obligatory 20/20 hindsight is the 2011 NFL Draft, when the labor dispute was put on hold to focus on the future.
The Redskins entered the weekend with eight draft picks and a plethora of needs. Showing a steady hand of patience and precision, the Redskins navigated their draft boards picking up a lot of raw talent, roster depth and project picks. In the process, they added five extra picks and four extra players.
The draft class was everything that it needed to be at the time, and it worked out tremendously for an injury-ridden Redskins team. But it was not a “sexy” draft according to experts. Because the Redskins took so many players, they had a chance to find some gems; but because they took nine players after the third round, there...
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The Washington Redskins say they won't be raising general admission ticket prices for the 2012 season.
The Redskins said Friday the prices have remained unchanged since the last increase in 2006.
General admission tickets range from $29 to $99 at FedEx Field.
The Redskins have sold out every game since 1966, but the team downsized its stadium by about 10,000 seats last season...
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Some of your First Ladies of Football appeared on the ‘Fox & Friends’ program this morning to talk about the military tours that the Redskins Cheerleaders did overseas in 2011.
Cheerleaders Dawn, Toccara and Jessica were joined on the program by Alan Krutchkoff, President of Adopt A Soldier Platoon, US Air Force Col. Ralph Romein, and treasurer of...
If you’re planning on being in the area this weekend, make sure you come on out to the NBC4 Health &Fitness Expo at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The Redskins Health Pavilion is prominently located in the center of the expo, near the NBC4 setup. Specifically, we are in BOOTH 1611.
Here is a link to the floor plan for you to view, or you could have a look at...
As seems to happen most years around here, the Ravens are in the playoffs, and the Redskins are not. That’s the fifth time in six seasons we’ve been confronted by such a scenario.
Many times, this prompts a small debate: should Redskins fans root for the Ravens in the playoffs? Ravens President Dick Cass, remember, talked to me this summer about his team’s increasing presence...
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The Washington Redskins announced on Friday that general admission ticket prices for the 2012 season will not rise, marking the seventh consecutive season they have gone unchanged.
The Redskins’ general admission prices currently range from $29 to $99, according to the team. The ticket prices have increased three times since 1999, but haven’t changed since the 2006 season.
ANALYSIS/OPINION You can't pay too much attention to the quarterback position in the NFL (though the Washington Redskins have been ignoring this axiom for the past year). Until you find a bona fide QB, you can forget about hoisting any Lombardi trophies, forget about making any history — the good kind, ...
Here was an interesting tweet this morning that came from ESPN anchor and former Redskins beat reporter Bram Weinstein:
One of the people who's opinion at ESPN I trust the most says Peyton (Manning) + (Colts center Jeff) Saturday to Redskins is VERY likely.. So, I have to warm up to it
I'm not quite sure there's ANYONE at ESPN who has a trustworthy opinion on any subject...