D.C. – This time last year, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder had a big problem: His football team couldn’t stay out of the headlines. Excessive attention isn’t normally a problem for the master marketer, but the press wasn’t for wins or losses, outrageous free agent contracts or the social media trials and tribulations of the team’s sensitive starting quarterback. 243 more words
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Someone Called DC Radio Station Posing as ESPN President John Skipper, Demanded a Show's Cancellation
A growing movement of Americans wants to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with the face of a woman. In anticipation of this change, Washington Redskins Owner Daniel Snyder has decided to take action. 199 more words
ESPN’s John Clayton considers himself close with new Washington Redskins general manager/Daniel Snyder yes-man Scot McCloughan. So when Clayton talks, it pays to listen. Here’s what the analyst had to say on D.C. 719 more words
This post was previously written on 12/6/2014.
The National Football League’s acronym, the “NFL” is often referred to as “Not For Long.” This nomenclature seems appropriate for the once ballyhooed Robert Griffin III, who has once again been unceremoniously benched. 2,893 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — Thought the dysfunction among former Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan, quarterback Robert Griffin III and team owner Dan Snyder was a topic of the past? 581 more words