Title of first article

REDSKINS GAMES BROADCAST


Sirrius/XM:  http://www.siriusxm.com

WTEM  980 AM:  http://www.espn980.com/

WWXT 92.7 FM 

WWXX 94.3 FM 

WMAL’s 105.9 FM, AM 630;  http://www.wmal.com/ 

(For the 2017 season)

 

SPORTS STATIONS (REDSKINS COVERAGE)


The heaviest Redskins coverage is from both 980 AM and 106.7 FM. 
They both provides excellent coverage.  

WTEM 980:  http://www.espn980.com/

106.7 The Fan:  http://washington.cbslocal.com/station/106-7-the-fan/

950 AM, 102.7 FM, Richmond:  https://espnrichmond.com/

 

 

PLAYER WEB SITES


Here are some of the player web sites I've discovered. 

kirkcousins.org

jno24sports.com

ziggyhood.org

ryankerrigan.org

 

 

NEWSPAPERS/MEDIA

 

Good coverage of the team by these major outfits  

 

Washington Post: www.washingtonpost.com/sports/redskins/

Washington Times:  www.washingtontimes.com/sports/

Richmond Times:  www.richmond.com/sports/

ESPN:  www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/wsh/washington-redskins

Redskins.com 

NBC Sports:  www.nbcsports.com/washington/RealRedskins

 

 

FAN SITES/BLOGS


These are my favorite Redskins blogs.  In my view, they are all good and entertaining for different reasons.     Breaking Burgundy tends to get very good inside scoops.  Extremeskins is perhaps the most active Redskins fan blog (sponsored by the team) and is driven by dialogue among Redskins fans and provides really good insight of the fan perspective and excellent media content.  

 

Extremeskins:  es.redskins.com

DC Hot Read:  www.dchotread.com

Hogheaven:  https://www.hogshaven.com/

Breaking Burgundy:  scout.com/nfl/redskins

Redskins Captal Connection:  redskinscapitalconnection.com/

 

PODCASTS

 

These are some great podcasts that includes some excellent coverage of the team.  All are really good -- our favorites are Redskins Talk and the Kevin Sheehan show.

The Kevin Sheehan Show;  thekevinsheehanshow.com

Redskins Talk:  nbcsports.com/washington/RedskinsTalk

Cigars and Curveballs:  thomloverro.radio.washingtontimes.com

Redskins Capital Connection:  redskinscapitalconnection.com/

Locked on the Redskins:  twitter.com/lockedredskins

Burgandy Blog:  art19.com/shows/burgundy-blogcast

 

TICKETS


From our experience, we find the best sections are 142 and 101 (right above the Redskins bench) around the 50 yard line. We like the view 12 rows up or higher to get a full view of developing plays on the field.   It also gives you a great view of the Redskins bench.  Those seats though are typically on the pricier side. 

 

Among the cheaper seats, we'd prefer to be up again close to the 50 yard line -- sections 401, 454, 453.  Seats that are directly behind the goal posts are generally less expensive.  Our favorites in that areas would be sections:  110, 111. Those sections would be right above the side where the Redskins practice before the game and close to where they come out of the tunnel.  

 

The club section especially above the Redskins bench side around the 50 yard line are also excellent — sections such as: 301 302, 341, 342.  And the club section comes with extra frills including wider, padded seats and a wider range of food and beverage services.

 

TRAINING CAMP


Training camp in Richmond can be a blast.  It's a worthwhile experience to take the pilgrimage to Richmond and watch at least a day or two of practice. Check Redskins.com for the training camp schedule which typically comes out in the Spring.   They hold practices in the morning and walk throughs in the afternoon.  But that is subject
to change.    

 

Several Richmond hotels offer Redskins packages and some like the Omni even include shuttle service to the practice fields. 

 

UNIQUE FAN EXPERIENCE


There are many ways to enjoy a unique Redskin fan experience such as having your kid become an honorary captain and witness the coin toss along with the Redskin player captains, obtaining field passes to walk around the sideline before the game, cheering on the team as they enter the field from inside the tunnel, book a behind the scenes tour of the stadium and more. 

 

There are a number of options to make these type of experiences happen.   If you are a season ticket holder you gain access to Redskins Rewards which provide a bevy of these type of unique fan experiences.   

 

The Redskins Charitable Foundation also provides a number of unique fan experience auctions.  You can follow the Foundation on twitter.  They do great work to benefit the community.  So you can enjoy an experience and help a worthy cause all at the same time.

Sometimes you can catch the Redskins Charitable Foundation's auctions on CharityBuzz.com, they also run auctions from time to time on handbid.com and other venues.  

 

For young Redskins fans who like to play football and interact with stars personally -- you can sign up for one of the players off season camps.

 

Charity Buzz:  www.charitybuzz.com

Redskins Charitable Foundation:  www.redskins.com/community

www.nflextrapoints.com/nfl-extra-points-credit-card/washington-redskins/

Redskins Rewards:  redskins.skidataus.com

Stadium Tour: www.redskins.com/fedexfield/stadium-tours.html

REDSKINS GAMES BROADCAST


Sirrius/XM:  http://www.siriusxm.com

WTEM  980 AM:  http://www.espn980.com/

WWXT 92.7 FM 

WWXX 94.3 FM 

WMAL’s 105.9 FM, AM 630;  http://www.wmal.com/ 

(For the 2017 season)

 

SPORTS STATIONS (REDSKINS COVERAGE)


The heaviest Redskins coverage is from both 980 AM and 106.7 FM. 
They both provides excellent coverage.  

WTEM 980:  http://www.espn980.com/

106.7 The Fan:  http://washington.cbslocal.com/station/106-7-the-fan/

950 AM, 102.7 FM, Richmond:  https://espnrichmond.com/

 

 

PLAYER WEB SITES


Here are some of the player web sites I've discovered. 

kirkcousins.org

jno24sports.com

ziggyhood.org

ryankerrigan.org

 

 

NEWSPAPERS/MEDIA

 

Good coverage of the team by these major outfits  

 

Washington Post: www.washingtonpost.com/sports/redskins/

Washington Times:  www.washingtontimes.com/sports/

Richmond Times:  www.richmond.com/sports/

ESPN:  www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/wsh/washington-redskins

Redskins.com 

NBC Sports:  www.nbcsports.com/washington/RealRedskins

 

 

FAN SITES/BLOGS


These are my favorite Redskins blogs.  In my view, they are all good and entertaining for different reasons.     Breaking Burgundy tends to get very good inside scoops.  Extremeskins is perhaps the most active Redskins fan blog (sponsored by the team) and is driven by dialogue among Redskins fans and provides really good insight of the fan perspective and excellent media content.  

 

Extremeskins:  es.redskins.com

DC Hot Read:  www.dchotread.com

Hogheaven:  https://www.hogshaven.com/

Breaking Burgundy:  scout.com/nfl/redskins

Redskins Captal Connection:  redskinscapitalconnection.com/

 

PODCASTS

 

These are some great podcasts that includes some excellent coverage of the team.  All are really good -- our favorites are Redskins Talk and the Kevin Sheehan show.

The Kevin Sheehan Show;  thekevinsheehanshow.com

Redskins Talk:  nbcsports.com/washington/RedskinsTalk

Cigars and Curveballs:  thomloverro.radio.washingtontimes.com

Redskins Capital Connection:  redskinscapitalconnection.com/

Locked on the Redskins:  twitter.com/lockedredskins

Burgandy Blog:  art19.com/shows/burgundy-blogcast

 

TICKETS


From our experience, we find the best sections are 142 and 101 (right above the Redskins bench) around the 50 yard line. We like the view 12 rows up or higher to get a full view of developing plays on the field.   It also gives you a great view of the Redskins bench.  Those seats though are typically on the pricier side. 

 

Among the cheaper seats, we'd prefer to be up again close to the 50 yard line -- sections 401, 454, 453.  Seats that are directly behind the goal posts are generally less expensive.  Our favorites in that areas would be sections:  110, 111. Those sections would be right above the side where the Redskins practice before the game and close to where they come out of the tunnel.  

 

The club section especially above the Redskins bench side around the 50 yard line are also excellent — sections such as: 301 302, 341, 342.  And the club section comes with extra frills including wider, padded seats and a wider range of food and beverage services.

 

TRAINING CAMP


Training camp in Richmond can be a blast.  It's a worthwhile experience to take the pilgrimage to Richmond and watch at least a day or two of practice. Check Redskins.com for the training camp schedule which typically comes out in the Spring.   They hold practices in the morning and walk throughs in the afternoon.  But that is subject
to change.    

 

Several Richmond hotels offer Redskins packages and some like the Omni even include shuttle service to the practice fields. 

 

UNIQUE FAN EXPERIENCE


There are many ways to enjoy a unique Redskin fan experience such as having your kid become an honorary captain and witness the coin toss along with the Redskin player captains, obtaining field passes to walk around the sideline before the game, cheering on the team as they enter the field from inside the tunnel, book a behind the scenes tour of the stadium and more. 

 

There are a number of options to make these type of experiences happen.   If you are a season ticket holder you gain access to Redskins Rewards which provide a bevy of these type of unique fan experiences.   

 

The Redskins Charitable Foundation also provides a number of unique fan experience auctions.  You can follow the Foundation on twitter.  They do great work to benefit the community.  So you can enjoy an experience and help a worthy cause all at the same time.

Sometimes you can catch the Redskins Charitable Foundation's auctions on CharityBuzz.com, they also run auctions from time to time on handbid.com and other venues.  

 

For young Redskins fans who like to play football and interact with stars personally -- you can sign up for one of the players off season camps.

 

Charity Buzz:  www.charitybuzz.com

Redskins Charitable Foundation:  www.redskins.com/community

www.nflextrapoints.com/nfl-extra-points-credit-card/washington-redskins/

Redskins Rewards:  redskins.skidataus.com

Stadium Tour: www.redskins.com/fedexfield/stadium-tours.html

SkinsUniverse.com is a fan web site and it is not affiliated with the Washington Redskins or the National Football league in any way.