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  • Who Is Your Favorite Celebrity Redskins Fan?

    10.17.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    Over the years, the Washington Redskins have compiled quite a lengthy list of celebrity fans and now it's your turn to choose who your favorite is!

    Choosing one out of this bunch might not be so easy though! 

    Choice 1: Kevin Durant

    Choice 2: Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

    Choise 3: Matthew McConaughey

    Choice 4: Tom Cruise

    Choice 5: Channing Tatum

    Tell us your favorite by visiting our WOW Facebook page, www.facebook.com/WOWRedskins. Read More

  • Redskins vs. Cardinals Game Recap

    10.13.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    The Washington Redskins on Sunday played the Arizona Cardinals close throughout a back and forth contest, but the Burgundy and Gold would ultimately fall by a final of 30-20.

    Offensively, DeSean Jackson once again showed the opposition that if you give him just a little bit of breathing room, he’ll burn you.

    He did just that on the Cardinals secondary during the second quarter, as he caught a Kirk Cousins pass in the middle of the field, and then raced ahead for a 64-yard score.

    The seventh-year California product would finish the game with three receptions for 115 yards ... Read More

  • Redskins Support NFL's Punt, Pass & Kick

    10.09.2014 / Community Events Redskins

    Calling all kids! It’s time to break out your cleats and put on your gloves because the NFL’s annual Punt, Pass & Kick competition is right around the corner!

    Punt, Pass & Kick was established by the NFL for youth athletes in 1961. The competition allows for both boys and girls, ages 6-15 years old, to see how their punting, passing and place kicking skills compare to those of their peers of the same age group. Since PP&K is a national competition, in order to place in the final round, participants first need to attend a local qualifying event ... Read More

  • Redskins Fall To Seahawks, 27-17

    10.07.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    By Stephen Czarda, Redskins.com Associate Writer

    The Washington Redskins on Monday hosted the Seattle Seahawks for a primetime game at FedExField.

    And while wide receiver DeSean Jackson brought the fireworks, linebacker Ryan Kerrigan added to his league-leading sack total and quarterback Kirk Cousins tossed a pair of touchdown passes, the Redskins would fall to the Seahawks by a final of 27-17.

    As for Jackson, the speedy wide receiver showcased his talents in front of a national audience, as he hauled in a 60-yard touchdown pass and a 57-yarder later in the game.

    The two catches came on opposites sides ... Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Mark Rypien

    10.02.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    One of the greatest players on one of the greatest teams ever, Quarterback Mark Rypien was named MVP of Super Bowl XXVI. While with the Redskins, Rypien threw for over 15,000 yards and was selected for the Pro Bowl both in 1989 and 1991.

    WOW caught up with Rypien to talk hidden talents, must-haves on the road, and his work with the Rypien Foundation. 

    What is something that you always made sure to have while on the road?
    Peanut M&Ms

    What is your favorite outdoor activity?
    Golfing

    What is your favorite restaurant in the area?
    I liked Alpine ... Read More

  • Redskins Fall To Giants In Divisional Matchup

    09.26.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    By Stephen Czarda, Redskins.com Associate Writer

    The Washington Redskins on Thursday lost to the New York Giants in a Week 4 divisional matchup by a final of 45-14.

    Four days removed from a physical affair with the Philadelphia Eagles in which quarterback Kirk Cousins tossed a trio of touchdown passes, the Redskins got their first touchdown score of the evening via an 18-yard reception from wide receiver Andre Roberts.

    It was the first touchdown for Roberts as a Redskin.

    In the third quarter, running back Alfred Morris took a 20-yard run to the house for the Redskins’ second touchdown ... Read More

  • Redskins Show Firepower Against Eagles, But Fall Short In The End

    09.22.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    The Washington Redskins brought both intensity and offensive firepower to Philadelphia for their Week 3 matchup against the Eagles, but ultimately fell by a final decision of 37-34.

    Headlining this NFC East tilt was the return of wide receiver DeSean Jackson to the place that he called home for his first six NFL seasons.

    Jackson, known for his elusiveness and game-changing speed, reminded Philadelphia just how potent he can be in the third quarter, dashing past the Eagles’ defense for an 81-yard score.

    It was his first touchdown as a Redskin.

    In the first quarter, quarterback Kirk Cousins – making his ... Read More

  • Redskins Beat Jaguars 41-10

    09.15.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    By Stephen Czarda, Redskins.com Associate Writer

    Combining a record performance by the defense and a balanced offensive attack, the Washington Redskins soundly defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at FedExField by a final of 41-10.

    On offense, fullback Darrel Young got the scoring started once again, hauling in a 20-yard pass from quarterback Kirk Cousins.

    Cousins entered the game in the first quarter after quarterback Robert Griffin III left due to injury.

    After Young recorded the first touchdown of the day, running back Alfred Morris followed it up with two straight 1-yard touchdown runs.

    Morris finished the day with ... Read More

  • Redskins Show Depth In Preseason Finale Victory

    08.29.2014 / Blog Posts Redskins

    By Stephen Czarda, Redskins.com Associate Writer

    The Washington Redskins finished off their preseason slate of games with a 24-10 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014.

    With head coach Jay Gruden wanting to see the depth of his team before finalizing the 53-man roster this weekend, Redskins listed on the second- and third-teams on the unofficial depth chart got extensive work against a Buccaneer squad that will visit FedExField later this year during the regular season.

    Offensively, veteran quarterback Colt McCoy manned the huddle the entire game and was effective throughout the night, hitting various ... Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Brig Owens and his famous Enchiladas!

    08.27.2014 / Blog Posts Local Lifestyle Recipes Redskins

    Former Redskins Safety Brig Owens graces the list of the 80 greatest Redskins, still holds the record for most interception return yards in Redskins history (686), and recently presented the award for 2013 Defensive Player of the Year at the Redskins Welcome Home Luncheon.

    What many may not know however, is how talented Owens is in the kitchen!

    WOW sat down with the Redskins alum to talk about gameday rituals, vacation spots, and how he makes his famous enchiladas:

    What was one thing you could not live without?
    Hot Fudge Sundae the evening before every game

    Favorite outdoor activity?
    Golf ... Read More

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