Found October 10, 2011 on Redskins Blog:
Good morning Redskins Nation, and here’s wishing you a Happy Columbus Day.  Or perhaps a Merry Columbus Day. Whichever positive emotion you want to feel on this federal holiday. On more of a housekeeping note, Redskins.com has officially launched the “Blog Corner,” in the portion of the page that was formerly devoted to other news items. It will change your online Redskins experience forever: This blog section will highlight the Official Redskins Blog, as well as Redskins contributions from ESPN 980′s Blog, CSN Washington’s Blog, SB Nation’s Blog, WOW Redskins Blog, relevant News items from Redskins.com, and anything else that seems like a good idea. You can still click through to content on the link to the Blog, as well as following all Redskins updates on our Twitter handle (@Redskins).
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