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The Redskins Cross Country Travel Expert

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 8, 2013 – 5:00 pm

Eric Kettani

While the offseason is meant for players to rejuvenate from the grind of a long season, Redskins fullback Eric Kettani has been doing the opposite. In fact, he may be doing even more traveling now then during the season where players travel at least 10 times, including preseason games.

In February Kettani, who attended college at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, was the guest of honor at the 59th Annual Touchdown Club of Annapolis Football Awards banquet. The Touchdown Club of Annapolis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing youth programs at the community and school levels in and around the city.

His return to Maryland, however, has been just one of several states that Eric has set foot upon this offseason.

Find out why Eric has been racking up frequent flier miles and how his night back in the Chesapeake Bay State went here:

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Morris Attends Pink Tie Charity Ball

Posted by Christopher Mudd on April 3, 2013 – 2:01 pm

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In March, the IIIB’s Foundation hosted its 3rd annual Pink Tie Charity Ball to support breast cancer survivors. The event was held at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport and featured dinner, dancing, a live and silent auction and Washington Redskins record-setting running back Alfred Morris.

Carolyn Cole-Rodenburg is a breast cancer survivor and the Founder & President of The IIIB’s Foundation. In 2004, Cole-Rodenburg created the IIIB’s Foundation and since then has dedicated her life to helping and supporting breast cancer survivors.

Find out how Morris’s night went and which old school song he danced to here:

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For Kettani, There’s No Place Like Home

Posted by Stephen Czarda on January 16, 2013 – 4:19 pm

Eric Kettani

Over the course of the average person’s life, his relationship with his parents is likely to change.

Infants and young children are solely dependent on their parents to survive. The adolescent years can be trouble, as the unstoppable force of teenage angst runs headlong into the immovable object of parental tyranny.

Eventually (with any luck), parents accept their offspring as adult members of society, and the adolescents make the transition into functioning members of society. But that’s not to say that they won’t always be welcomed as children in their parents house.

Find out how one Redskins player is experiencing the benefits of a return home to his parents:

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