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NFL Washington Redskins

NFL Washington Redskins

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The Washington Redskins were first founded in 1932 as a professional football team based in Ashburn, Virginia. The team is member of the East Division of the (NFC) in the National Football League.

The Redskins play their home football games at the FedExField located in Landover, Virginia. Click here to the FedExField stadium location 

Over a period of 82 years as premium members of the NFL, the Redskins have achieved a total of 5 League championships, 3 Super Bowl Championships in 1982 (XVII), 1987 (XXII), 1991 (XXVI), 5 Conference championships, 13 Division championships and Playoff appearances in the following years: 1936, 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1945,1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1982, 1983,1984, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1999,2005, 2007, 2012.

These are some of Washington Redskins Football Hall of Famers:

Number Name Positions Seasons Number Name Positions Seasons
9 Sonny Jurgensen QB 1964–1974 17 Turk Edwards OT-DT 1932–1940
20 Cliff Battles RB-CB 1932–1937 21 Deion Sanders CB 2000
26 Paul Krause S 1964–1967 26 Don Shula DB 1957
27 Ken Houston S 1973–1980 28 Darrell Green CB 1983–2002
33 Sammy Baugh QB-S-P 1937–1952 35 Bill Dudley RB-CB 1950–1953
40 Wayne Millner TE-DE 1936–1941 42 Charley Taylor WR 1964–1977
44 John Riggins RB 1976–1985 49 Bobby Mitchell RB 1962–1968
55 Chris Hanburger LB 1965–1978 68 Russ Grimm G 1981–1991
70 Sam Huff LB 1964–1969 73 Stan Jones DT 1966
75 Deacon Jones DE 1974 78 Bruce Smith DE 2000–2003
81 Art Monk WR 1980–1993 89 Dave Robinson LB 1973–1974
source: wikipedia.org Washington_Redskins
Washington Redskins

Washington Redskins

source: NFL

The Redskins´current roster for the upcoming NFL regular season include names such as:

Quarterbacks

8 Kirk Cousins

10 Robert Griffin III

16 Colt McCoy

Running backs

29 Roy Helu

46 Alfred Morris

24 Silas Redd

Wide receivers

18 Lee Doss

88 Pierre Garçon

80 Ryan Grant

Tight ends

83 Ted Bolser

84 Niles Paul

82 Logan Paulsen

Defensive linemen

92 Chris Baker DE/NT

72 Stephen Bowen DE

96 Barry Cofield NT

94 Clifton Geathers DE/NT

Linebackers

46 William Compton ILB

55 Adam Hayward ILB

50 Rob Jackson OLB

51 Brandon Jenkins OLB

source: Washington Redskins

Since 1960 the Washington team has had a very tough rivalry with Dallas Cowboys, and ever since both teams have played each other twice during every regular season.

The following are a couple of quick videos on Washington latest preparation for the upcoming NFL action click here

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Additionally, the Redskins are heading to their second training camp in less than a week at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center and Coach Jay Gruden is ready for morning sessions and 27 workouts the team will conduct as preparation for the coming preseason games.

The Redskins training camp facility remains mostly unchanged from last year and as part of the training schedule all players will have a downtime to relax and tend injuries after the morning competition workouts. “We’re going to have a lot of time together,” Gruden said. “To have a facility like this is an extra bonus, for the players to be able to get away from their families and spend time with their football family for the three weeks we’re here. It’s a great opportunity for us to bond together.”  

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