A Redskins-themed round of "ALS Ice Bucket Challenges" that began on Wednesday reached its climax Friday at Redskins Park.
Snyder followed up his ice bucket challenge by donating $10,000 to ALS research on behalf of the entire Washington Redskins organization.
The Redskins challenges began Wednesday, when wide receiver
Earnhardt Jr. on Friday took the ice bucket challenge after practicing for his upcoming race at the Pure Michigan 400, and decided to challenge Snyder:
Snyder was joined in the fight against ALS on Friday by Allen, Gruden, Theismann and Wyllie -- each of whom had their own interesting ice bucket challenges to pass along.
Allen challenged the Redskins Cheerleaders, Gruden challenged legendary Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs and left tackle
Should any of those challenges pan out, we'll bring you all the latest video evidence here at Redskins.com.