11.30.2014 / Blog Posts Breast Cancer Awareness
Debbie Wampler was chosen as our first Redskins ThinkPink Ambassador for the 2014-2015 season. She has been a diehard Redskins fan for her life, through the good times and the bad, for both the team and herself. Debbie has three children, all who are away at college. When she isn't watching the Redskins, Debbie enjoys paddleboarding and hiking. She has been living with breast cancer for 20 years.
Debbie was stunned by her original diagnosis in 1994 of Stage 2 breast cancer because she possessed none of the common risk factors. Following her mastectomy and chemotherapy, Debbie was given ... Read More
11.20.2014 / Blog Posts Community Events
Last year the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation, Redskins staff and over 500 volunteers assembled and distributed Thanksgiving food baskets to feed more than 3,500 families from Prince George's County.
At this year's event on Tuesday, November 25, the organization hopes to reach even more!
Since its creation in 2003, the Redskins have donated just under 1 million pounds of packaged and fresh food as well as almost 500,000 pounds of turkey to local families in need.
Family participation eligibility has been pre-determined by Prince George's County's Department of Social Services and thus the event ... Read More
11.19.2014 / Blog Posts Community
Redskins Park has seen it's fair share of special visitors, but yesterday was one to remember when a local girl scout troop from Balls Bluff Elementary School arrived.
Embarking on monthly trips to local businesses to learn more about various professions, the girls came out to Redskins Park to find out what work goes on behind-the-scenes for an NFL team.
The girls received a tour of the facilities from Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation staff before hearing from numerous members of the Redskins front office including Head Chef Jon Mathieson and members of the Redskins Equipment Team.
One of the ... Read More
11.18.2014 / Blog Posts Events
On Friday, November 14th, Redskins Salute and USAA, the official military appreciation sponsor of the Washington Redskins, hosted the team's first military combine at Redskins Park.
Skills were tested and limits were pushed, but in the end the event proved to be a great success and a perfect way to kick-off our #SaluteToService weekend!
After a few opening remarks, our servicemen and women were broken off into two groups.
The first group spent the beginning of the event touring the Redskins practice facility before an exclusive chalk talk with Redskins players WR Andre Roberts, FB Darrel Young, S Akeem ... Read More
11.18.2014 / Blog Posts Community Events
Join us in making a difference this Holiday season!
On Friday, November 28, Bon Secours Richmond Health System and the Washington Redskins are joining together to host the area's first Community Health Harvest event.
With the goal of reaching Richmond's underserved communities, the event will provide hot showers, a warm meal, flu shots and laundry services to attendees at no cost.
The event, taking place at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center, will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. As we head into the season of giving, this event provides a great way ... Read More
11.18.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins
WOW members may be familiar with Akeem Davis on and off the field.
The Redskins Safety joined us for our Ladies Night Out event in October, running members through football drills and taking part in our exclusive Q&A.
Davis's journey to the NFL wasn't always so smooth.
After a brief stint with the Seattle Seahawks and then a full year off, all he wanted was another shot and he worked hard to get it.
Unsigned following the 2013 season, the Safety from the University of Memphis did everything he could to stay in shape and be prepared ... Read More
11.18.2014 / 100 Days of WOW Blog Posts
Who wouldn't want some #Redskins goodies to satisfy their sweet-tooth?
Whether you are enjoying them with friends or serving them at your next gameday party, our Redskins themed cupcakes are perfect for fans on any occasion!
The Washington Redskins on Sunday fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by a final of 27-7.
On offense, running back Roy Helu Jr. scored his first receiving touchdown of the season – and first since his rookie season -- in the second quarter, as he took a pass from quarterback Robert Griffin III 30 yards to the house.
The Nebraska product finished the day with 6 receptions for 57 yards.
Alfred Morris, meanwhile, recorded a season-high 96 rushing yards and Griffin III – who made his first home start since Week 2 – connected on 23 of his 32 pass attempts for 207 yards ... Read More
11.16.2014 / Blog Posts Community Events Redskins
This Sunday, November 16, the Redskins will take the field against the Buccaneers in their annual #SaluteToService game. Throughout the month of November, 32 games will be played in honor of American servicemen and women, past and present. For each point scored, the NFL has been donating $100 to each of its military appreciation partners-the Pat Tillman Foundation, USO and Wounded Warrior Project. To date, over $200,000 has been raised this season.
To kick the game off, 200 active duty military members will take the field to unveil a field-length American flag and perform the “living flag” ritual. The ... Read More
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