Washington Redskins Schedule
Hail to the Redskins!
The Washington Redskins made one of the biggest moves of the 2014 offseason, when they signed former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson -- giving franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III a dangerous weapon. With Jackson now in town, and new head coach Jay Gruden ready to put the turbulent Mike Shanahan era in the past, things are looking up for the Redskins in 2014, as they look to challenge the Eagles for the NFC East crown.
Founded in 1932 when they were known as the Boston Braves, the Washington Redskins are one of the oldest franchises in the National Football League. The Redskins were located in Boston until 1937, when the team moved to the nation's capital -- and they've been known as the Washington Redskins ever since.
Washington has had plenty of success in its rich history. The Redskins won two NFL Championships prior to the AFL-NFL merger in 1937 and 1942, and have appeared in five Super Bowls -- winning three times.
The Redskins last won the NFC in 1991 -- when they went on to win Super Bowl XXVI, 37-24 over the Buffalo Bills. Though Washington fell on tough times in the aughts, the future is bright for the Redskins. RG3 can finally put all the distractions regarding Mike Shanahan and his knee injury behind him, and focus on realizing his potential as an NFL quarterback.
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