The 2015 Washington Redskins Are Almost Ready For Action

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On Saturday, September 5th the other shoe will drop. When the hatchet stops swinging at 4:00 p.m. ET, a maximum of 53 players will remain on the roster. All other decisions to place on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform, Reserve/Non- Football Injury or Illness, request waivers, terminate contract, trade contract, or continue to count the player on the active list will be completed as well.

We will finally know the identity of our team…

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Redskins Fans Lose Ring of Famer Eddie LeBaron At 85

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April 1st in the year 2015 more or less passed by quietly…

As the sun rose, birds and other little critters scampered around enjoying the spring, America went about it’s normal daily routine, and thought ahead to Easter.

Later on as the sun set that day, it also set on the life of a very remarkable man who had made his personal mark upon the world, and the hearts of millions of Washington Redskins fans.

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Washington Redskins Ring of Fame: Jack Kent Cooke, Redskins Owner 1961-1997

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The Washington Redskins have had its share of “colorful” owners,but Jack Kent Cooke took the cake, Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Cooke moved with his family to The Beaches area of Toronto in 1921, where he attended Malvern Collegiate Institute. Continue reading

Washington Redskins Ring of Fame, Sammy Baugh, 1937-1952.

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Every true REDSKINS fan should know about our legends, like #33, Slingin’ Sammy Baugh. Continue reading

Washington Redskins Ring of Fame, Dave Butz, 1975-1989

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Once upon a time in rural Alabama, there was a big farm boy name Dave, and he became one of the best NFL football players ever, durable, only missed 4 games in 16 years. When he retired, he was already a legend with the HTTR Hard-core Hogs. Continue reading

Washington Redskins Ring of Fame, Gene Brito, 1953-1958

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Gene Brito played 9 seasons in the NFL with the Rams and Redskins. He was a five-time Pro Bowler in 1953 and from 1955 to 1958. He was selected as one of the 70 Greatest Redskins, a list compiled by the Redskins in 2002 to commemorate the 70-year anniversary of the team. He is one of four defensive ends on the team, along with Dexter Manley, Ron McDole and Charles Mann. Continue reading