• The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation Inspires Us to Give Back

    11.25.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    The Washington Redskins players and the Charitable Foundation embodies what it means to give back. From packaging food to building playgrounds, they inspire the Washington D.C. community. This Thanksgiving, we are thankful for our players and the foundation, and all the amazing work they do. Here’s a look at some of their events so far this holiday season.

    13th Annual Redskins Harvest Feast

    This year's Redskins Harvest Feast at FedExField was presented by Ryan Homes. 50 WOW members joined the community of volunteers and Redskins players to package over 12,000 bags of groceries for families ... Read More

  • Festive Workouts This Holiday Season

    11.09.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    In the rush of the holiday season, working out often gets knocked down on the priority list. You get distracted with shopping, cooking, traveling, and family. Between all the errands, working out just doesn’t seem festive.

    But the holiday season can make everything fun – even that workout you may be dreading. Throughout the months of November and December, holiday-themed races and fun runs are taking place across the country. Running a 5K in your favorite ugly sweater? Now that’s holiday spirit (and great exercise!).

    Don’t let that delicious turkey and stuffing slow you down. Get a group ... Read More

  • Maryland Governor Larry Hogan

    10.05.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    This #MotivationMonday, we’re inspired by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan!

    Governor Hogan was diagnosed with stage 3 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in June of this year. Throughout his treatment, Hogan has continued his duties both as governor and as an active community member, becoming an advocate in the fight against all cancer. Hogan attended the Redskins season opener to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. During the first quarter of the game, Hogan and four honorees from the Cool Kids Campaign, also battling cancer, were recognized in the end zone. Their presence was met by an overwhelming cheer of support ... Read More

  • Military Monday: Darrel Young

    08.17.2015 / Blog Posts Community Redskins

    Each Monday, Redskins Salute shares a #MilitaryMonday blog post. This week's post featured Redskins fullback Darrel Young and his incredible tie to the United States Military. Here is their story

    Darrel Young, also known as DY, had an interesting up and coming when joining the Washington Redskins. He didn’t initially make the roster in 2009 as a rookie linebacker. As a result, he worked that season at Foot Locker hoping for another chance to accomplish his NFL dreams. His chance came in January of 2010 when he re-signed with the team and was converted to fullback.

    The change ... Read More

  • Breaking The NFL Cliché: Jenn Welters

    08.03.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    When you think of a linebacker, you think of hard-hitting power and sheer muscle – like the force of 260-pound Ryan Kerrigan slamming into the opposing quarterback for the perfect sack. It is a position where great and explosive strength is necessary for success.

    So, on July 27th, when the Arizona Cardinals announced that Jennifer Welter, a 5’2” and 130-pound female, would be the new linebacker coaching intern for the preseason, many jaws were left on the floor.

    However, what people fail to realize is the intelligence also necessary to the linebacker position. It is this intellect that has ... Read More

  • 2015 Special Olympics World Games

    07.28.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    On July 25th over 6,500 athletes from 165 countries gathered in Los Angeles to celebrate the opening ceremony of the Special Olympic World Games. Surrounded by thousands of fans, musical artists such as Stevie Wonder, Avril Lavigne and O.A.R kicked off the festivities following the arrival of the Law Enforcement Torch Run.

    Athletes participated alongside officers to run the Flame of Hope from Greece to the United States and throughout California’s communities before finishing at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.  

    Special Olympic athletes will be competing in over 25 sports including cycling, gymnastics and even ... Read More

  • The Hidden Treasures of Richmond

    07.25.2015 / Blog Posts Community Local Lifestyle

    It’s no secret that when the Washington Redskins Training Camp comes to town, it’s the greatest time to be in Richmond, VA! But after the very last player marches off of the field, where else can you go?

    Check out some of Richmond’s greatest hidden treasures!:

    Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

    Perched upon nine acres of land, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden was established in 1895. Today it houses a variety of different nature, flowers and insects. There are numerous free and entry fee events ranging from butterfly exhibits to water play weekends!


    www.carytownrva ... Read More

  • Get Muddy For A Cause!

    07.20.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    What’s more fun than doing a mud-obstacle event with your closest friends? Doing it to help prevent and end domestic violence.

    On Saturday, July 25, join thousands of women from across the region for Mudderella, a wildly fun obstacle event—in the mud! Mudderella is partnered with national nonprofit  Futures Without Violence to raise money for their work to end violence against women, and spread awareness about this serious issue that affects 1 in 4 women in our country.

    Many of us have been affected by domestic violence, or know a friend or loved one who has. It’s ... Read More

  • D.C. Welcomes World Police & Fire Games!

    06.18.2015 / Blog Posts Community

    World Police and Fire Games is a biennial athletic event that attracts around 10,000 international entrants of both active and retired law enforcement. This year, on its 30-year anniversary, it will be held right down the street from Redskins Park and our nation's capital in Fairfax County.

    Rightfully known as, the Games of Heroes, the Olympic-style events last just over a week from June 26 to July 6. Law enforcement agencies from all around the world team up to compete in 61 different games. Competition includes everything from swimming, to motocross and even dodgeball (which is way more ... Read More

  • Redskins Players & Staff Join Forces With "Fear 2 Freedom"

    06.16.2015 / Blog Posts Community Redskins

    One hundred and fifty packages in thirty minutes. That’s 150 opportunities to change the life of a child or adult affected by sexual assault, domestic violence or sex trafficking.

    On Monday, June 15 the Redskins hosted a Fear 2 Freedom (F2F) care packaging event where current players, rookies, and staff members gathered to help out. Kits were assembled that held clothing, a diary, toiletries, a “Freedom Bear” and, most significantly, a personalized note from the creator of the kit.

    The afternoon opened up with Redskins Team President, Bruce Allen, introducing the event and F2F founder, Rosemary Trible:

    “[Trible] Example ... Read More

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