While the players had the day off on Tuesday, practically half the roster was working outside of Redskins Park.
A team-record 23 players donated their time and energy to support four different events, representing the most players to support community events on a single Community Tuesday.
Take a look at all the ways the team gave back to the community.
Former Redskin Renaldo Wynn passed the torch to Kedric Golston and 13 other players who provided holiday shopping sprees at Target for 75 children and their families.
Kedric Golston, Darryl Tapp, Adam Gettis, London Fletcher, Sav Rocca, Kai Forbath, Kyle Nelson, Nick Sundberg, Chris Neild, Perry Riley Jr., Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Logan Paulsen and Doug Worthington.
At the beginning of the season Josh Wilson and his wife Jazmin created the Wilson reading Challenge to encourage students at each of their elementary schools in Prince George’s County to compete against each other to read the most books this semester. The winning class from each school was selected for a private tour of FedExField with Wilson and five of his teammates.
Josh Wilson, Trenton Robinson, Brandon Meriweather, E.J. Biggers, Peyton Thompson and Richard Crawford
In partnership with Washington Accounting Services, the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation hosted an interactive Financial Literacy event at Friendship Collegiate Academy in Southeast Washington DC yesterday. The event provided 60 student-athletes with real-life scenarios regarding budgeting and expenses as they begin to prepare for the future.
Alfred Morris and Darrel Young
Children’s National Medical Center
In partnership with his Blitz For The Better Foundation, linebacker Ryan Kerrigan visited Children’s National Medical Center yesterday to deliver Christmas presents and Redskins memorabilia.
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