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  • Sun., Sep. 24, 2017 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM EDT Live Game Plan With Larry Michael

    Larry Michael discusses the upcoming Redskins vs Raiders game live on ESPN980!

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    Tune in to ESPN980 for the Official Redskins Radio Pregame Show w/ Kevin Sheehan Presented by Koch Industries before the Redskins take on the Raiders!

  • Sun., Sep. 24, 2017 8:30 PM - 11:30 PM EDT Live Washington Redskins vs Oakland Raiders: Live Broadcast

    The Washington Redskins take on the Oakland Raiders.

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    DLT Solutions PostGame Show with Scott Jackson and Clinton Portis live on ESPN980!

  • Mon., Sep. 25, 2017 5:00 AM - 7:00 AM EDT Live The Morning Blitz The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi is live from 5-7am on ESPN980!
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Breast Cancer Awareness

Redskins Fight Breast Cancer T-shirts

Throughout the month of October, fans can join the Washington Redskins in promoting breast cancer awareness by purchasing a limited-edition Redskins Fight Breast Cancer t-shirt designed by Redskins alumnus Chris Cooley. T-shirts are available online at Redskins.com/FightBreastCancer. We have a limited supply and shirts will sell out fast – Get yours TODAY!

Click here to order your shirt now.

Net proceeds will benefit the Redskins Charitable Foundation and the Brem Foundation, dedicated to educating women about risk factors and screening options and providing access to critical diagnostic tests for uninsured women. When a woman has an abnormal screening mammogram or experiences worrisome symptoms, she needs diagnostic tests to determine whether she has breast cancer, which many women cannot afford. B-Fund diagnostic tests are performed within two weeks of a woman's abnormal screening mammogram meaning this life-saving fund allows women to get a diagnosis in days or weeks rather than months—and, if needed, to start a treatment plan that maximizes their chances of living a normal, healthy life after breast cancer.

Most women still do not know how to maximize their chances of finding an early, curable breast cancer, however the Brem Foundation is here to help. Click here to learn how to identify your risk factors and determine which screening option is right for you.

Think Pink!

During the month of October, the Washington Redskins collaborate with Zeta Tau Alpha to promote Breast Cancer Awareness through the initiative, ‘A Crucial Catch’. During the annual Breast Cancer Awareness game, fans are welcomed by Mrs. Tanya Snyder, the NFL Breast Cancer Spokesperson, and hundreds of members of Zeta Tau Alpha who distribute THINK PINK! ribbons and breast cancer awareness education materials as fans enter FedExField.

View Photo Gallery from the Redskins vs. Eagles game on October 4, 2015.

All-Star Survivors Celebration

The Redskins Charitable Foundation and the American Cancer Society host an annual All-Star Survivors Celebration for 31 area women currently battling breast cancer. The All-Stars are treated to a personal make-up consultation, massage therapy, new jeans from Gap Inc., wigs, scarves and a private tour of Redskins Park lead by Redskins players and wives.

View Photo Gallery from the 7th annual All-Star Survivors Celebration.

Friday Night Lights: Think Pink!

In an effort to promote Breast Cancer Awareness, local high school football matchups are selected to be “pinked out,” complete with the same pink equipment used during the Redskins’ BCA game. In addition to an honorary Redskins captain attending each game for the coin toss, each high school is provided with other pink game attire donated by the Redskins Charitable Foundation and pink t-shirts to sell to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.

View Photo Gallery from the 2015 Friday Night Lights match-ups in Fairfax and Loudoun County, VA.


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