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Latest Washington Redskins Items
He's the world's most powerful armchair quarterback, and President Obama hasn't shied away from weighing in on the link between concussions and football, the furor over the Washington Redskins' name and other high-profile sports controversies of the day.
The Redskins cheerleader handed in their pom poms for footballs on Sunday as they held the inaugural Burgundy and Gold Game for charity.
Robert Griffin III is connecting with and building an army of loyal, devoted followers who he reaches out to daily through social media. They do love SuperBob, because they believe he loves them. He cares about them. It's a beautiful thing. It's also brilliant.
Brian Mitchell teamed up with Redskins players to play a softball game against the Wounded Warriors for a good cause.
As the Redskins wrap up their OTA's, the focus is on getting to know each other.
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed's admission that he didn't report a concussion last year highlights just how complex an issue such injuries can be.
A-list actor Matthew McConaughey was on hand for Redskins organized team activities in Ashburn, chatting with Robert Griffin III and owner Dan Snyder.
The Redskins are still hoping to get a return on their investment despite the 28-year-old safety's checkered past. The suspension that caused him to miss the entire 2012 and 2013 seasons was his third drug-related violation since entering the league in 2007.
Brad Edwards, a starting safety on the Redskins 1992 Super Bowl winning squad, will be the new athletic director at George Mason, the school announced on Monday.