Being a fan of the Washington Redskins isn’t easy.
Officials in Maryland are warning travelers about traffic ahead of the first Washington Redskins home game of the season.
Dozens of children experienced the joy of running through a large, inflatable Redskins helmet at FedEx Field for the launch of the Play 60 Fun Run on Saturday.
The grass at FedEx Field appears in top shape for Monday night’s preseason contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers — the Washington Redskins’ first home game in more than seven months.
Robert Griffin III did a few jumping jacks and bounced up and down on the stage. The fans cheered. And cheered. And cheered.
Pete Carroll says the “field” in FedEx Field is ‘horrible.’ Mike Shanahan doesn’t go that far, but he agrees the grass isn’t always greener at the Washington Redskins stadium.
Shortly before Robert Griffin III led the Washington Redskins to the team’s first home playoff game in 13 years, an ESPN commentator who questioned the quarterback’s standing as a black man made his first on-air comments since his suspension.
Thirty-five hundred needy families showed up to FedEx Field to receive a free turkey and other packaged foods during the 10th Annual Redskins-Harris Teeter “Harvest Feast” on Tuesday.
Country music idol Kenny Chesney says his 2013 tour will be making a stop in the nation’s capital and he’s bringing a friend with him.
As DC area residents know, hitting the road just a mere 10 minutes later than originally planned makes all the difference between getting to your destination on time and getting there 1.5 hours late. To ensure you arrive at a Redskins tailgate party on time, as well as make it back home before sunrise, be sure to follow these tailgate timing tips.