Fans aren’t alone: Even beer vendors hate being inside Jack Kent Cooke’s Folly.
A Cowboys fan took video of fans fighting on the concourse of the Skins’ stadium in Landover after Dallas beat Washington Monday night. Though the clip’s narrator claimed a man was stabbed, EMS says they did not respond to a stabbing.
If you are not already, get used to seeing this sort of thing:
I was actively hoping I wouldn’t be writing about Washington’s football team again tonight, but they seem to be unable to keep themselves out of the news. Which would be an admirable trait, if it were ever for something positive.
The Skins have removed thousands of seats from FedEx Field and replaced them with this big colorful snake thing.
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.
Phenomenal job by the organizers of the today's Argentina-El Salvador friendly, which was played at FedEx Field outside of Washington, D.C. That song you're listening to isn't the Salvadoran national anthem, but probably the Manx (that'd be the Isle of Man) national anthem. Considering that over 100,000 Salvadoran…
Dan Snyder wants a new stadium, and it's the perfect storm of one of sports' most odious owners taking his turn at one of sports' biggest scams.
Another day, another embarrassment for the Washington Redskins. The latest public relations headache for Dan Snyder's beleaguered team? A group of activists opposed to its nickname has written to FedEx to challenge the company's continued sponsorship, USA Today reports.
Here's Pierre Garcon, on the soupy, sloppy, green-painted dirt that passes for grass between the hash marks at FedEx Field: