Washington Redskins Ticket Information
Washington Redskins tickets have been stable for the last years. However, during Robert Griffin’s rookie season they were a little higher than in years past. Tickets are not as pricey as some teams in their division such as the Cowboys or Giants. This is partly due to the lack of success throughout the last couple of decades.
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Washington Redskins at FedEx Field
Address: 1600 Fedex Way, Hyattsville, MD 20785
Opened: September 14, 1997
Washington Redskins Season Information
The Washington Redskins made a couple of big moves in the offseason to upgrade their roster. They brought in the league’s top cornerback on the market to help shore up the secondary, while using their first-round draft pick one of the top receivers in the draft class to give QB Kirk Cousins another target in the passing game. By using the franchise tag on Cousins, they pushed the decision of giving him a long-term deal to next offseason, giving the franchise another season of evaluation.
Washington Redskins History
With 24 playoff appearances, 14 Division Championships, and 3 Super Bowl Championships, the Washington Redskins are one of the most historic franchises in the NFL. The team originated as the Boston Braves and then relocated to Washington, DC in 1937. The 1980s were some of the most dominant years for the Redskins. These years are referred to by many as the Joe Gibbs era.