The Washington Post

DeAngelo Hall’s selling anti-Cowboys wristbands

From the release:

“Hail Yeah I Hate Dallas” will be the inscription on one (1) of the three (3) burgundy and gold wristbands available. All wristbands will include a DeAngelo Hall autograph and his team number 23.

Partial proceeds of sales will go towards DCCK as a way for Hall to give back to the community. DCCK is an organization that recycles thousands of pounds of food daily and distributes it to facilities supporting the less fortunate throughout the Washington DC area. They also offer culinary training to once homeless and hungry adults, and assist them in finding full-time jobs once they graduate.

“I grew up a Redskins fan and it’s been an honor playing for this city and our great fans. I’m hoping these wristbands will help unite our fans and city for a great rivalry and a great cause. I’m excited to help those less fortunate in a creative way that I think will also help rally Redskins fans everywhere,” said DeAngelo Hall.

These wristbands will heighten the anticipation of the Redskins hosting their biggest rival at their stadium, the Dallas Cowboys.

The bands will be available through Jan. 15, or while supplies last.

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.


Success! Check your inbox for details. You might also like:

Please enter a valid email address

See all newsletters

Show Comments
Most Read


Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters

Your Three. Videos curated for you.
Play Videos
Don’t be ‘that’ sports parent | On Parenting
Miss Manners: The technology's changed, but the rules are the same
A flood of refugees from Syria but only a trickle to America
Play Videos
John Lewis, 'Marv the Barb' and the politics of barber shops
Kids share best advice from mom
Using Fitbit to help kids lose weight
Play Videos
This man's job is binge-watching for Netflix
Transgender swimmer now on Harvard men's team
Portland's most important meal of the day
Play Videos
5 ways to raise girls to be leaders
How much can one woman eat?
The signature drink of New Orleans