With Day 4 of free agency arriving, perhaps it’s worth inspecting what potential Redskins suitors are seeing at Redskins headquarters in Ashburn. Va. upon arrival for their visits. Lavar Arrington paints a pretty grim picture.
Redskins officially return to Ashburn with 4th Annual Welcome Home Luncheon. In case you wish to follow along, here’s a look at some of the individual awards and photos, as the classy affair is covered by 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen.
Exclusive details on the renovations at Redskins Park. Flames from the new oven light up the team’s logo in the kitchen.
Tens of thousands are expected to make the trek to Ashburn Saturday for the Washington Redskins annual Fan Appreciation Day, where they’ll watch the team practice, take pictures and receive autographs to their hearts’ content. Along with that comes traffic, extreme heat, and screaming children. Just save yourself the trouble. Go another day.
Virginia’s top legislative budget writing and oversight panel is questioning Gov. Bob McDonnell’s administration for cutting a $6.5 million deal behind its back with the Washington Redskins.
Govenor McDonnell Announces Washington Redskins Will Keep Virginia Home But Move Training Camp To Richmond
In a huge financial windfall for the Commonwealth of Virginia, Governor Bob McDonnell announced Wednesday that the Washington Redskins will retain its headquarters in Ashburn but move Training Camp to the capital in Richmond starting in 2013.
The Mayor of Washington, D.C. is rallying to have the Redskins practice facility moved to the District, which goes against not only what the team would want, but also the local residents who inhabit the community projected to house the new facility.
Mayor Gray said city officials have only met with the Redskins once about the matter. No future meetings have been scheduled.
Lorenzo Alexander showed up at Redskins Park with the hope of starting off season workouts. He was greeted with a closed door.