Redskins owner tells Redskins' Web site that 'Redskins Nation is everywhere.'
Longtime part of the Redskins broadcast family says he 'certainly would have an interest' in joining the radio broadcast team.
A few clues on what will happen now that Sam Huff has departed from the Redskins game-day broadcasts.
Voice of the Redskins tells ESPN 980 that if D.C. residents aren't pleased with talk of changing their favorite team's name, they could speak at the ballot box.
The Redskins quarterback is unhappy about political correctness, and the Voice of the Redskins has his back.
While the team's leadership mostly stays quiet, its play-by-place voice does not.
The head coach said the team's facilities need to be upgraded. The team executive says they're just fine.
If you like politics mixed with football, you'll love reading the transcript of George Allen's appearance on the Redskins play-by-play broadcast.
This is what it sounded like on the Redskins Radio Network when Robert Griffin III ran for a 76-yard score.