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Robert Griffin III’s Autographed RSVP

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on February 11, 2014 – 2:55 pm

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Last Wednesday Redskins fan Zach Curley mailed a Hail Mary wedding invitation to his favorite NFL quarterback.

Robert Griffin III won’t attend the wedding, but within a week of receiving the invite he sent back his best wishes along with an autographed trading card.

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Williams Was Once Face Of ‘Just Say No’

Posted by Brian Tinsman on February 11, 2014 – 2:00 pm

Nancy Reagan, Doug WilliamsDoug Williams earned a host of accolades during his four decades in collegiate and professional football.

In many ways, he paved the way by breaking the color barrier for quarterbacks, while simultaneously setting Super Bowl records that will never be broken.

He has found success at every stop of his organized football career, playing at Grambling State University, the NFL and USFL. He has also served as a coach in the collegiate ranks, a general manager in the UFL, an executive with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before coming home to Washington, D.C.

In his free time, he has also been a stellar role-model, at one time championing First Lady Nancy Reagan’s ‘Just Say No’ anti-drug campaign. Read more »


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Ugly Sweaters Not Made By Grandma

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on February 11, 2014 – 12:25 pm

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Whether it’s hipster chic or a nostalgic nod to grandma’s knitting irons,  people just can’t get enough ugly sweaters. Itchy is in. Horrendous is hip. Acrylic is awesome.

Forever Collectibles released a line of  officially licensed “ugly sweaters” for every NFL team. The hogs were a nice touch for Washington. You can buy these now, but they won’t ship until September. Granny has plenty of time to knit you her own before they arrive. Read more »


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London Fletcher Sees Success For McVay

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on February 11, 2014 – 10:31 am

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London Fletcher’s sight made him special.

The linebacker’s film study and work habits led to in-game prescience that drew praise from coaches and teammates and as they reflected on 16 seasons of productive play.

In an exclusive interview with Redskins.com, Fletcher discussed how his observations in practice influenced his opinion of Offensive Coordinator Sean McVay, who spent the past three seasons coaching tight ends.

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