04.04.2012 / Blog Posts Community Redskins
Rocky McIntosh has spent the past six seasons wearing burgundy and gold. Drafted out of the University of Miami in 2006 and recording a career-high 110 tackles for the Redskins in 2010, the linebacker finished off the 2011 NFL season with 65 combined tackles, one sack and one pass breakup. While Rocky is currently a free agent, we don’t think is the last we will see of the McIntosh’s in the DMV.
In January, Rocky and his wife, Alessia, founded and launched a non-profit organization called A GRAN Foundation, focused on empowering youth and giving underserved children the ... Read More
Kenny Chesney Debuts New Single With Tim McGraw "Feel Like a Rock Star", to Perform Together at FedExField on August 12
04.03.2012 / Blog Posts Events Redskins
The Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday marked the debut of Kenny Chesney's duet with Tim McGraw, "Feel Like a Rock Star," the first single from Chesney's upcoming release 'Welcome To The Fishbowl' (6.19, BNA Records). Pre-order the album on iTunes now and receive an immediate download of "Feel Like A Rock Star" - https://bitly.com/WTTfishbowl
Chesney recently spoke with USA Today about the title track, "Welcome To The Fishbowl," which addresses what he calls, "our shrinking world and culture," adding that in today's world, "you don't have to be in the public ... Read More
Barry Cofield's wife, Kendra, caught up with WOW to talk about their foundation, relocating to Washington and more!
03.08.2012 / Blog Posts Redskins WOW Interview Series
Kendra had the biggest crush on Barry in middle school.
And while it may not have been self-confessed love at first sight for the Redskins nose tackle Barry Cofield and his wife, Kendra, the two began dating in high school and got married during Cofield's rookie season with the New York Giants.
After spending the past five years in New York, the Cofields relocated to Washington, DC after Barry was signed by the Redskins, following the 2011 lockout. Cofield had a breakout season with the team at nose tackle, a position that is often considered the toughest to fill ... Read More
02.17.2012 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness Redskins
Washington Redskins Cheerleader Alyssa shares one of her go-to recipes with WOW!
Hey Women of Washington Redskins!
Well, we all know it’s that time of year: we’re getting up early to hit the gym, counting calories, and just taking extra steps to make up for those holiday feasts. The bottom line is; we strive to make changes in our lifestyle to ensure a healthier, HAPPIER new year.
For my New Year’s resolution, when I’m not training in the studio, I’ve rejuvenated my passion for cooking and definitely made a greater effort to cook well-balanced meals ... Read More
02.08.2012 / Blog Posts Redskins
I bleed Burgundy & Gold.
My passion for the Redskins has literally been in my blood since birth! Both my parents were avid sports fans. Mom was 9 months pregnant with me, jumping up and down at a game in the hallowed RFK stadium - luckily I didn't pop out! My sister was born three years later and thus began our family tradition! I guess in a way our motto was God, Family, Football! Sundays would start with church first, then proceed with lots of great food, and then family time around the T.V. My first Super Bowl attendance was ... Read More
02.03.2012 / Blog Posts Redskins WOW Interview Series
Hailing from Havre de Grace, Maryland, a "beautiful little town sitting on the Susquehanna River," Zelda Westbrook and her husband Ron have now seen two sons enter the NFL. First Brian, who started his career in 2002 with the Phildelphia Eagles, followed a few years later when Byron joined the Washington Redskins as a cornerback in 2009.
Between working full time for the federal government and supporting her own local causes, Zelda still finds the time to help out at numerous Redskins charitable events throughout the season, including the Skins Santa Shoppe pictured below.
WOW caught up with Zelda to ... Read More
01.27.2012 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness Redskins
Washington Redskins Cheerleader auditions are just around the corner and the first ladies of football are bound to have some helpful tips for getting into great shape. 2011 Rookie Cheerleader Lyndsay reveals how she got ready for last year's tryouts…
Preparing for the Washington Redskins Cheerleader auditions is always an exciting time - I mean, what girl doesn't love experimenting with makeup, eyelashes, hair styles and designing the perfect audition outfit? But for me, fitness is top of mind.
Being fit is particularly important because if you make this team, your uniform will be the traditional burgundy and gold ... Read More
WOW talks with Dawna Royster, Mom to Redskins rookie Evan Royster, about gamedays, local hangouts and more!
01.25.2012 / Blog Posts Redskins WOW Interview Series
From the practice squad to NFL starter in just a few weeks, Evan Royster proved his value to the Redskins running game this season. Due to a season-ending injury to Tim Hightower and ineffectiveness by Ryan Torain, Royster stepped into the starting lineup the last two weeks of the season when Roy Helu, another rookie running back, was slowed by knee and toe injuries. He rushed for 100 yards in both games, finished with 328 yards for the season, and averaged 5.9 yards per carry.
WOW sat down with Dawna Royster, mom to the Redskins rookie running back, to ... Read More
01.02.2012 / Blog Posts Community Redskins
Jose L. Argueta Photo
More than 1,000 underserved youth in the D.C. metro area received a toy for the holidays at the Skins Santa Shoppe Monday Dec. 19 at FedExField.
The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation, the U.S. Marine Corps and Redskins players and alumni participated in this event as part of Touchdown for Tots, a national toy drive benefitting the Toys for Tots Foundation. To learn more about Touchdown for Tots, click here.
Oshiomogho Atogwe, Brandon Banks, Erik Cook, Travon Bellamy, Chris Chester, Reed Doughty, Chris Neild, Niles Paul, Cole Pemberton, Donté Stallworth and Markus White, as ... Read More
12.30.2011 / Blog Posts Redskins
WEEK 17: Redskins (5-10) @ Eagles (7-8)
The Redskins finish out the 2011 season on New Year's Day against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Kickoff is 1 p.m. ET.
The Redskins are 2-3 in NFC East play, with their two wins coming against the New York Giants in Week 1 (28-14 at FedExField) and Week 15 (23-10 at MetLife Stadium). The Eagles are 4-1 against NFC East teams. They defeated the Redskins in Week 6 by a 20-13 score at FedExField. The Redskins have won four of the past six contests against the Eagles at Lincoln Financial ... Read More
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