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Relive 2012 Season Finale Against Dallas

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 19, 2013 – 4:19 pm

(AP photo)

(AP photo)

Last night, the NFL released the schedules for all 32 teams for the upcoming year. With must see TV in Robert Griffin III, Alfred Morris, and one of the best linebacking units in the league, the Redskins got the maximum number of prime-time games (five) possible.

The 2012 NFC East champs will open at FedExField against the Philadelphia Eagles. And yes, it will be in prime-time for the whole country to see on Monday Night Football.

Do you recall what happened the last time the Burgundy and Gold were at home in a prime-time regular season matchup against an NFC East foe?

Redskins 28-Cowboys 18. Redskins win the NFC East Title and advance to the playoffs. The Cowboys..well they went home and watched the playoffs.

Find out how you can relive some of the historic moments from that night here:

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Taking A Look At Best Undrafted Redskins

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 19, 2013 – 2:25 pm

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With the 2013 NFL Draft just under a week away, excitement is quickly building as teams look to replenish their rosters with young talent who are eager to show their talents at the next level.

Some of those players are highly touted prospects (cue: Robert Griffin III) while others approach draft day with little fanfare (hint: Alfred Morris).

At the end of the day, though, it doesn’t matter what slot they were selected in; all that matters to them is that they finally reached the pinnacle of the football world.

As the celebrations wind down, however, there is still a group of men who are without a home.

They are the league of undrafted (and extraordinary) gentlemen.

Over the first 80 years of the franchise’s existence, the Burgundy and Gold have some of the best players in league history who were passed on during the annual extravaganza.

So, who made the cut to be part of the top-12 undrafted players of all-time?

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Photo Gallery: “Fuel Up to Play60 Clinic”

Posted by Alex Corddry on April 19, 2013 – 12:00 pm

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The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation (WRCF) teamed up with the Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association to help fight childhood obesity. On Friday morning five elementary schools and middle schools visited Redskins Park for the “Fuel Up to Play 60 Football Clinic.”

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Bitter Loss To Giants Made Team Stronger

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 19, 2013 – 11:00 am

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Quarterback Robert Griffin III took the NFL by storm last year when he was selected with the second overall pick in the draft. With a Heisman-winning quarterback taking over the offense, expectations immediately rose in the Nation’s Capital.

While the main goal each year is to win the Lombardi Trophy, there are other goals that must be met before achieving a Super Bowl victory.

Winning the NFC East is always one of them.

With the Cowboys, Eagles and Giants on the schedule for six different tilts every year, these rivalry games become that much more important, as all four teams usually still have a shot to clinch the division late into December. (Think Week 17 when the Redskins beat the Cowboys with the NFC East on the line).

In 2012 the Redskins had a record of 5-1 in the division and if it weren’t for a heartbreaking 27-23 loss to the Giants in Week 7, then we would be talking about the team’s first perfect record in the division in years.

Griffin III sat down with Larry Michael on the set of Redskins Nation to share the highs and lows of that day in the fourth installment of “10 Days with No. 10”.

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