The Redskins football team is from Washington DC not the state.
The Washington in Washington Redskins refers to the Federal District of Washington, District of Columbia where the government of the United States is housed and not to a state. The Redskins play their home games at FedEx Field located in the state of Maryland.
The Redskins are from Washington, DC although their practice facility is in Ashburn, VA.
The official name is the Washington Redskins, for Washington D.C., not the state of Washington. However, their stadium is not actually located in D.C. it is in Landover, Maryland.
The Washington Redskins Football team home is The Capitol of United states - Washington DC, DC stands for District OF Columbia, it is technically not a state. But, it is Physically in the state of Maryland. The Redskins have nothing to do with the State of Washington in the PAcific Northwestern US.
No, the Washington Redskins actually started in Boston in 1932 as one of the earliest teams of the National Football League. The only professional team to originate in Washington state is the Seattle Seahawks, which were founded in 1976. Ironically, the Seahawks first quarterback was Jim Zorn, who eventually went on to be an unsuccessful head coach of the Washington Redskins.
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Washington Capitals, Washington Nationals, Washington Redskins
Yes, the Washington Redskins are from Washington, D.C.
The Washington Redskins are based in the capital of the United States, Washington, D.C. The team plays their home games at FedEx Field, which is located in Landover, Maryland.
The District of Columbia.
They play for DC
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The Washington redskins were established in 1932
Washington Redskins was created in 1932.
They used to be the Boston Braves. When moved to Washington D.C., the team name changed to "Redskins".
The Washington Redskins play at FedEx Field
Zero. The Detroit Lions have lost to the Washington Redskins EVERY time they have visited the Redskins.