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13hJohn Keim

Report: Investors press sponsors on Redskins ties

Investors and shareholders are calling on Nike, FedEx and PepsiCo to sever ties with the Washington Redskins unless the team changes its name, according to a report by Adweek.

Haskins calls his shot, drops dime to Jeudy in workout (0:20)
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8dJohn Keim

Skins taking ex-owner Marshall off Ring of Fame

The Redskins are removing former owner George Preston Marshall's name from their Ring of Fame at FedEx Field, according to a team spokesperson, less than a week after his statue was removed from their former home.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins are removing George Preston Marshall's name from their Ring of Fame today, according to a source. Marshall was the original owner of the Redskins, but was the last NFL owner to integrate his franchise, not doing so until 1962. His statue was removed from in front of Washington's old home at RFK Stadium. He will also be removed from the Redskins History Wall outside the locker room of their practice facility at Redskins Park.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins are removing George Preston Marshall's name from their Ring of Fame today, according to a source. Marshall was the original owner of the Redskins, but was the last NFL owner to integrate his franchise, not doing so until 1962. His statue was removed from in front of Washington's old home at RFK Stadium. He will also be removed from the Redskins History Wall outside the locker room of their practice facility at Redskins Park.

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Fountains of Dwayne

Mina's NFL divisional previews continue with the NFC East. Mina and Charles McDonald of the New York Daily News discuss the season outlook for the Giants (3:29), Eagles (21:21), Redskins (38:34), and Cowboys (51:49).

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12dJohn Keim

Redskins retiring number of their 1st black player

The Redskins announced they will retire Bobby Mitchell's No. 49. A Hall of Famer, Mitchell became the first black player for Washington, which was the last NFL team to integrate in 1962.

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Bobby Mitchell's dignity helped him become a key member of the franchise and the community. It's among the reasons why his jersey has been retired. And it was on display once more during a slight in 2002.

Redskins to retire Bobby Mitchell's No. 49 (0:57)
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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins are retiring Bobby Mitchell's number, per source, and will re-name the lower bowl at FedEx Field in his name – replacing that of former owner George Preston Marshall. Mitchell, who wore No. 49, was the first African American to play for Washington. He played for the Redskins from 1962-68 and then worked in their front office until retiring after the 2002 season. He was voted into the Hall of Fame in 1983. The Redskins had previously retired one number: Sammy Baugh's 33.

Statue of former Redskins owner George Preston Marshall removed (0:31)
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13dJohn Keim

Former Redskins owner statue removed at RFK

The statue of former Redskins owner George Preston Marshall, who was forced to integrate his franchise in the early 1960s, was removed from outside of RFK Stadium on Friday.

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15dJohn Keim

Redskins among teams to observe Juneteenth

The Redskins have joined a growing list of teams that want to honor the effective ending of slavery in the United States by recognizing Juneteenth as a company holiday.

Redskins defensive lineman makes squatting 585 lbs look easy (0:59)
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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins end Ryan Kerrigan has one more year left on his contract but reiterated that he wants to "be here for the long haul." He also said coaches told them they want the ends to attack the backfield. With Montez Sweat and Chase Young, Kerrigan could be coming off the bench. But he likes what this group can do.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Ron Rivera said in his opening presser in January that he wanted Dwayne Haskins to be more of a leader. So far Rivera said he's been pleased with that area.

Team Stats

Passing Yards175.832nd
Rushing Yards98.922nd
Points For16.632nd
Points Against27.26th

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