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Dan Snyder Removes Thousands Of Seats From FedEx Field

It turns out that Washington’s 200,000-person season-ticket waiting list was a lie was only as firm as the team’s success. There hasn’t been a lot of that in recent years, and there has been a corresponding dip in attendance. But it’s a hell of a lot easier to fill a stadium when you take out 5,000 or so seats. » 6/02/15 12:45pm 6/02/15 12:45pm

Report: Buffalo, Washington, And Houston Are Potential Hard Knocks Teams

Thanks to new rules instituted after HBO and the NFL had difficulty finding a team to appear on Hard Knocks, the league can now force teams to take part if they meet certain criteria. Nine teams fit the bill: The Browns, Redskins, Giants, Buccaneers, Vikings, Texans, Rams, Titans, and Jaguars. Most of those,… » 5/22/15 10:40am 5/22/15 10:40am

Why Doesn't ESPN Care That A Fake ESPN President Canceled A Show?

The most influential sports media executive in the world, ESPN president John Skipper, recently had his identity stolen. The imposter used it to sabotage a seven-figure business deal arranged by Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder, one of the richest businessmen in the country. The attendant publicity damaged the… » 4/13/15 4:51pm 4/13/15 4:51pm

Did Dan Snyder Kill A Redskins Critic's Radio Show?

Bruce Allen is the Washington Redskins' president and an unwitting jokester, well-known for such thigh-slappers as his claim that no matter how bad the team is, they're "winning off the field." He accidentally inspired more guffaws last week by claiming that his boss, team owner Dan Snyder, "doesn't get involved" in… » 3/16/15 7:30pm 3/16/15 7:30pm

Mike Shanahan: RGIII Told Me Which Plays Were "Unacceptable"

Robert Griffin III received The Dreaded Vote Of Confidence™ from head coach Jay Gruden today, who declared that the embattled QB will be his No. 1 guy to start the season. Just saying, I don't see the Colts or Dolphins or Seahawks having to make announcements supporting their respective Class of 2012 signal-callers. » 2/18/15 4:26pm 2/18/15 4:26pm

"Redskins" Mentions Down 27% On NFL Game Broadcasts In 2014

NFL announcers said the word "Redskins" 472 fewer times this regular season than in 2013, a decrease of 27%. We expected the Washington nickname controversy to impact how announcers called games, but not to this degree; in fact, yesterday's slate of broadcasts only found "Redskins" being mentioned 13 times. » 12/30/14 10:16am 12/30/14 10:16am