09.26.2012 / Blog Posts Redskins WOW Interview Series
After getting drafted by the team in 2006, Kedric Golston has spent his entire career in Washington and is now a veteran anchor for what is shaping up to be a younger Redskins roster.
Virginia-native Christal Golston met her future, defensive end husband through a mutual friend when he was just a rookie playing for the Washington Redskins. Six years of marriage and four children later, Christal and Kedric are rarely apart!
WOW got the chance to sit down with Christal to talk about everything from gameday rituals and date night with Kedric, to her days playing wide receiver in ... Read More …
06.06.2012 / Blog Posts Redskins WOW Interview Series
Lorenzo Alexander has a lot going on besides football. Father and husband, founder and president of the ACES Foundation focused on under-served youth, founder and part-owner of a local Pilates and fitness studio. The list goes on, and we didn't include his spot as one of the Redskins Team Captains last year.
When WOW asked the linebacker how he manages it all, he replied, "I wouldn't be able to do it...without my wife. She is definitely my rock...without her I'd be lost."
As the team's female fan club, WOW had to sit down with ... 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 …
Angela Rypien talks Lingerie Football, staying fit, and football tips from her Dad - Superbowl MVP Mark Rypien
03.01.2012 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness WOW Interview Series
With a last name like Rypien, it's hard to be ignored in Redskins Nation, especially on the 20th anniversary of Super Bowl XXVI. With one of the greatest teams ever assembled, Mark Rypien led the Redskins to victory over the Bills, took home the title of Super Bowl MVP and cemented his title as leader of one of the best offenses in Redskins history.
Twenty years later, there's another Rypien making a splash in the football world and it’s probably not who you would expect.
02.15.2012 / Blog Posts Fashion WOW Interview Series
If you visited nfl.com/women at all this season, there's a good chance you'll recognize WOW's latest interviewee.
If there's anyone that lives and breathes sports - it's Shavannia Williams. She has worked for numerous professional sports teams, runs her own football blog and program for female fans - Heels & Helmets - and donned the latest in female fan apparel more than once throughout the 2011 football season, as evidenced in the photo above!
WOW sat down with the DC local to talk about the female fan's rise in football, starting her own company, giving back ... Read More …
02.10.2012 / Blog Posts WOW Interview Series
The media is a continued presence at Redskins Park - setting up makeshift offices and studios anywhere from the media room to the parking lot. One such familiar face throughout the season is Jennifer X. Williams, covering the team for Comcast SportsNet with a specific focus on the 2011 rookie class.
WOW caught up with Jennifer to find out what it's like working in sports, get her take on Washington and find out which rookies we should keep an eye on as the Redskins head into next season...
Tell us a little bit about your experiences within sports - first with ... 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 …
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 …
WOW sat down with Shaneika Dabney, creator of “Chicks in the Huddle” to talk NFL Fashion, Football and more!
01.06.2012 / Blog Posts WOW Interview Series
You may recognize Shaneika Dabney from the NFL "Fit For You" campaign or from the Ellen DeGeneres showwhere she was a guest early last year to compete for Super Bowl tickets. Whether the New Orleans native is rocking the latest from the NFL women's apparel line or managing her own website at "Chicks in the Huddle" - a football blog written by female fans - she lives for football! WOW sat down with Shaneika to talk about her expieriences as a woman in sports and how she made it to where she is today.
Tell us a little ... Read More …
12.30.2011 / Blog Posts Redskins WOW Interview Series
Evan Royster, the Redskins latest breakout rookie, rushed for 132 yards in his first start against the Minnesota Vikings last Saturday. As a DC native, Royster tells us just how special that game was in this week's player interview.
We also learned what Miley Cyrus song gets him pumped up, the three things he needs if trapped on a desert island and his plans for the off-season! Check out the video below...
Vote for Evan Royster as NFL Rookie of the Week right here!
As part of WOW's Football Friday - the WOW Interview Series features a ... Read More …
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