For Those Who Wish To Attend, Chief Zee Arrangements

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Although most of the Redskins faithful would love to pay their last respects at the funeral for Zema Williams many are too far away, have to work or otherwise can’t make it. For those who can we have his arrangements below.

Come to think of it, we invite anyone fortunate enough to attend Chief Zee’s funeral to call in to RevT’s next show Tuesday night and share any final thoughts you have with the Redskins nation.

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Super Redskins Fan ‘Chief Zee’ May Be Gone, But Not Forgotten

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Sometimes the kindest gift life has left to offer a man is to let him die peaceably in his sleep – and so it was for Zema Williams, AKA Chief Zee on July 18, 2016.

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Hmmm… Do Lady Redskins Fans Still Matter in 2016?

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Let’s start out today with a bit of NFL trivia, something that the NFL is aware of but doesn’t act like it. Can you guess what headline Bloomberg Businessweek ran just two seasons ago?

Here it is: “The NFL Is Growing Only Because of Women”

You see, at issue were the many controversy’s surrounding the NFL’s string of image-wrecking missteps, many of which might alienate women, and this important fact:
The NFL’s future depends on female fans.

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Colt McCoy – An Old School QB Backup You Can Believe In

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When the 2016 regular season begins, our “backup” quarterback Colt McCoy will be celebrating his 30th birthday.  Being a University of Texas ex-student and fan, I have been a Colt McCoy fan for years. Hook’em HORNS.

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Skip Bayless Thinks The Dallas Offense is Still The Great Wall

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On July 28th training camp in Richmond Virginia will start, and what I look forward to the most is watching the growth of our offensive line under the expert coaching of Bill Callahan.

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Bon Secours Training Center, a Washington Redskins Tradition

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What we Washington Redskins know as “Training Camp” in Richmond, Virginia is actually named ‘Bon Secours Training Center’.  Bon Secours name means “good health” and in 1888, the Catholic “Sisters”, aka Nuns expanded their superior health care to the United States. They were founded in Paris, France and Irish Catholic Sisters provided the best Bon Secours health care at the time.  Many hospitals and care centers are in the modern day hospital organization.  It is heartwarming to know the name of our Training Camp means good health and it’s a special name.

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