In attendance for the Redskins‘ ninth annual Harvest Feast at FedEx Field, Snyder spent about 40 minutes distributing turkeys to Prince George’s County families in need but said little more than “Happy Thanksgiving” to the recipients before being whisked away.
Most of the people who received a turkey from Snyder had little idea they were in the presence of the owner as they gravitated instead toward general manager Bruce Allen, who gregariously welcomed everyone who crossed his path.
“We’re here for this event,” Allen said. “We’re focused on Seattle.”
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