Joe Bugel and Emmitt Thomas are winners of the 2018 Paul “Dr. Z” Zimmerman Award given by the Professional Football Writers of America for work as an NFL assistant coach.
Would you like to buy some Redskins season tickets? Because the team sure hopes you would. After admitting there is no waiting list for season tickets, the team is trying to figure out how it can get fans back into FedEx Field.
Washington’s NFL team is working through a “complete refurbishment of the game-day experience,” starting with cheaper concessions for season ticket holders and officially doing away with its legendary waitlist.
On the day the Washington Redskins made season tickets available for purchase, the team’s new chief operation officer, Brian Lafemina, said Wednesday that the ‘Skins are “taking a fresh look at every area of the business.”
Take a look back at how D.C. celebrated some of its champion sports teams leading into Tuesday’s victory parade for the Stanley Cup-winning Washington Capitals.
The Washington Redskins will honor their 1987 replacement team that won all three games by giving them Super Bowl rings next week.
Dennis Greene, who was in charge of selling luxury suites at FedEx Field, resigned from the team.
Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman thought football was difficult. Then he appeared on “Dancing With the Stars.”
In the days since the Redskins selected Derrius Guice in the second round of last month’s NFL draft, the running back attended the team’s rookie minicamp and the four-day NFLPA’s Rookie Premiere event in California. Now he’s about to learn about OTAs.
Until Washington’s sports owners commit to the basic decency of making sure their fans and employees have a ride home, they don’t deserve a title.
DeAngelo Hall now says he hasn’t retired. “However I do think I’ve played my last football game,” he tweeted.
DeAngelo Hall has chosen to retire after 14 seasons, though he left open the possibility of playing for another team.
This weekend’s rookie minicamp gave Washington’s coaching staff a first look at the 2018 draft class, as well as a number of hopefuls looking to make the roster.
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — The Washington Redskins have re-signed Shawn Lauvao as they look to fill a hole at starting left guard. The team announced the deal Tuesday. Lauvao spent the past four seasons with…
The Washington Redskins’ is in hot water again, this time with its cheerleaders.