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Washington Redskins – Short History
The city of Boston, Massachusetts, was awarded an NFL franchise on July 9, 1932. Initially, the new team took the same name as their landlords, the Boston Braves, one of the two local baseball teams at the time. The name of the team was changed to the Redskins in 1933. On February 13, 1937, after a disappointing 1936 NFL title game, the team moved to Washington, D.C. and retained the name “Redskins”. The “Washington Redskins” shared Griffith Stadium with the Washington Senators baseball team for several years.
Moving forward to 2015, the Washington Redskins are hoping to turn the corner back to a winning season in 2015. They finished last in the NFC East with a 4-12 record. Over the past two seasons, the Redskins are 7-25, the reason Jay Gruden was brought in as the new head coach in 2014. In 2015, Jay Gruden enters his second year as head coach.
The Redskins have made additional changes in team management by hiring a new general manager, Scot McCloughan. Joe Barry takes over as the new defensive coordinator. Barry was with the San Diego Chargers as a linebacker coach for 4 years prior to joining the Redskins coaching staff. Robert Griffin III enters his fourth season with the Redskins. Due to injury and some not so pretty plays last season, Griffin only started 7 games all year. Quarterback Kirk Cousins threw for more yards and touchdowns despite having less attempts than Griffin. We hope RGIII has a better year this year that will make things easier on their new young coach as they compete for the NFC East title.
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Washington Redskins Suites
We often have better located suites for less money than most of the stadiums, ballparks, and arenas in North America can offer. Through our exclusive relationships with corporations and private Redskins suite owners who have long term deals with the venue, we are able to offer some of the best pricing and suite locations at FedEx Field.
And if you own suite at FedEx Field, we can market it for you for the dates you choose not to use it or give it away to clients. This is a great opportunity to offset some of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – event at FedEx Field should go unused. Tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue. So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert at FedEx Field?
A Redskins luxury box at FedEx Field can include up to include 20 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes with an option to purchase additional suite tickets. Your suite at FedEx Field will give your group private access to stadium clubs, a dedicated VIP entrance, a dedicated suite attendant, private restroom, in-suite catering options, premium seating, and large HDTVs.
Washington Redskins Suites are available. We buy luxury boxes, suite tickets or rent luxury boxes at LuxuryVIPSuites.com. Please call 610-828-7407 or email DJ at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we can market your suite to our corporate clientele in your city.
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