Washington Redskins Team Overview
Washington Redkins is one of the most popular professional football teams that compete in the National Football League. They play as the member of the NFC East Division and have their headquarters in Redskins Park, Ashburn, Virginia. The training camp of this team is located in Richmond, Virginia. This team established on 9th July 1932 and played their season in the same year. The Redskins team is known for its rivalries with teams like Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, and Dallas Cowboys. As of February 2019 records, the team’s roster consists of players like Samaje Perine, Tim Settle, Jordan Reed, Alex Smith, Tress Way, Zach Vihil, Maurice Harris, and Casey Dunn among others.
In addition to that, the players played for the team in the past include Art Monk, Joe Gibbs, Paul Krause, Sam Huff, John Riggins, Ken Houston, George Preston Marshall, Turk Edwards, and Sammy Baugh.
Washington Redskins Team Operations
The team has a partnership with plenty of radio affiliates for the telecasts in the cities like Hagerstown, Nags Head,
Winterville, Snow Hill, Washington, Waynesboro, Roanoke, Richmond, Norfolk, Lynchburg, and Winchester among others. On the other hand, the television affiliates of this team are Comcast SportsNet and WRC-TV. Since its establishment, the team has won a variety of championships that consist of five league trophies & conference championships each, fourteen division championships, and many more.
In addition to that, the team has played playoff 24 times in their long history. Some popular nicknames of the Washington Redskins team are The Burgundy & Gold and The Skins. The present owner of this team is Daniel Snyder whereas their head coach is Jay Gruden.