Bill Dudley's 96-yard punt return in 1950 is still the longest in franchise history!
George Allen's first year in Washington was the most successful in 3 decades!
In 1970, Larry Brown led the NFL in rushing yards with 1,125.
Hall of Fame head coach, Vince Lombardi, brought winning back to the nations capital in 1969.
Former running back, Larry Brown, won ROTY in 1969 leading the Redskins to their first winning season in 14 years.
In 1969 legendary coach, Vince Lombardi, agrees to become head coach of the Washington Redskins.
In 1966, Brig Owens, scored on a fumble recovery caused by a Chris Hanburger sack against the New York Giants.
In 1964, Sam Huff signed with the Redskins and was awarded to wear the number 70.
Former halfback, Charley Taylor, won Rookie of the Year in 1964 before being moving to receiver in 1966 where he led the NFL in receiving yards for two straight seasons.
On April 1, 1964, Jurgensen was traded to the Redskins in exchange for quarterback Norm Snead and cornerback Claude Crabb.
In 1959, the Redskins broke ground on RFK Stadium, which hosted Redskins home games from 1961 until 1996.
In 1960, the Redskins bought the rights to "Hail To The Redskins".
In 1950, the Redskins became the first team to broadcast all of its games on TV!
Take a look back to when the Doug Williams led the Redskins past the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII!
Take a look back at John Riggins 42-yard TD run in Super Bowl XVII.
Take a look back at the 1982 NFC Championship when the Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys.
Take a look back at the 1937 season when Sammy Baugh led the Washington Redskins to an NFL Title.
In 1937, Sammy Baugh, led the Washington Redskins to an NFL title.
Check out this Redskins Memory dating back to when the Redskins won the 1937 World Title.