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."
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — The Washington Redskins say they no longer have a waiting list for fans wanting to buy season tickets.
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.”
Season tickets are available for purchase as of Wednesday.
The Redskins ranked 28th in the 32-team NFL last season in home attendance as a percentage of stadium capacity, at about 88 percent.
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