For those who have been fortunate enough to see Redskins’ great defensive end Dexter Manley in person recently, you’ll notice that he doesn’t look much different than he does in the file photo above.
He’s still in great shape, and I’m yet to see anybody match his grip in a handshaking contest.
An area football player found that out the hard way Thursday at the Redskins’ 80th Anniversary Thank You Tour stop at Handley High School in Winchester, Va.
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Ever wondered exactly how an NFL-model football is manufactured?
That’s what crossed my mind today when, as I exited team headquarters at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Va., I saw a recently-shipped stack of Wilson NFL footballs sitting at the front door.
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There was lots of fun to be had Thursday as the Washington Redskins 80th Anniversary Thank You Tour made the first stop of its two-month-long trek in Winchester, Va.
And, boy, what a warm reception we received.
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The Redskins 80th Anniversary Bus Tour hits the road for the second day of a summer of thank you’s. Check out the story on the main page for updates throughout the day, and stories on Redskins Tim Hightower and company, former Redskins linebacker Sam Huff, and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.
Today, the gang travels to Shenandoah County, Va. Here are the photos from the first two stops of the day: Read more »
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One of the most rewarding aspects of being a professional football player is the ability to go into a community and touch the lives of area children.
At least four current Redskins players will have that opportunity here in the coming weeks through their personal youth camps.
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