Little did they know that day that 81 years later the team would have one of the largest followings in all of sports.
October 2nd, 1932—Boston Braves vs. Brooklyn Dodgers. The first game in franchise history.
On July 9th of that year, George Preston Marshall headlined a group that decided to buy an NFL franchise.
After securing a field, a roster of hungry rookies and seasoned veterans and tapped Lud Wray to be head coach, all they needed was an opponent.
With little media attention given, the Braves lost to the Dodgers 14-0. The score however, means little.
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It’s that time of the week once again where Redskins Blog fanatics get a chance to see whether or not they have a future career in the physic palm reading business.
Each week we ask you before the game to vote on which player will have the best performance, which unit will shine brightest against the opposition and who took home MV(Redskin) honors.
This week’s results come on the heels of the team’s first victory of the season. Jetlag, the Black Hole and mispronunciations were no match for the Redskins as they staved off a 14-point deficit and had their best performance to date.
Here are the results from the pre and postgame polls:
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In February, just days after Super Bowl XLVIII, the XXII Olympic Games will take place in Sochi, Russia.
One of the many that hope to compete in The Games, aerial skier and Redskins diehard Ashley Caldwell is showing off her team pride in one of the most unique ways ever seen.
Not only that, but she is trying to reach the pinnacle of her sport just months removed from a serious knee surgery.
That sounds really familiar.
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