The Observer

Redskins fans unsure about new GM McCloughan

New Redskins GM Scot McCloughan (left) led both the 49ers and Seahawks to a Super Bowl appearance.

By Ben Dross, Staff Writer

February 23, 2015

After the promotion of Bruce Allen, former Redskins General Manager turned President of Football Operations, CHS students are not very optimistic about the hiring of General Manager Scot McCloughan. McCloughan is known to be a high profile scout, credited with drafting players like Patrick Willis,...

Redskins must move past RGIII

Many Redskins fans are dissapointed with quaterback Robert Griffin III and refuse to wear his jersey, like senior Gregorio Zimmerman.

By Danny Gordon, Senior Writer

December 17, 2014

Although at one point he was a beacon of hope for Washington fans everywhere, Robert Griffin III’s leg injury has left him talentless, and it is time for the franchise to move on. In the 2012 draft the Redskins traded the Rams three first round picks and a second round pick in exchange for the second-overall...

Redkins Search for New Coach

Redkins Search for New Coach

By Danny Gordon

January 8, 2014

After an extremely disappointing 3-13 season, many CHS Redskins fans are left wondering what happened to their once promising hometown team. Just one day after the season ended the entire coaching staff including head coach Mike Shanahan, was fired. Now the team begins its search for a new head coach...

Controversy Surrounds the Redskins’ Name

Controversy Surrounds the Redskins' Name

By Jonathan Greenzaid, Business Manager

October 21, 2013

Every time the Washington Redskins score FedEx Field fills with the echo of thousands of fans singing “Hail to the Redskins, hail victory, braves on the warpath, fight for old DC.” However, the fight song and the Redskins’ team name could all be jeopardy. The Redskins have been under heavy scrutiny...

Three way tie:Ownership, coaching make ‘Skins the worst local team

By By: Tyler Siegel- Staff Writer

March 23, 2010

Since this team’s last Super Bowl in 1992, it has had 18 quarterbacks, nine losing seasons, eight head coaches and only three playoff appearances.  What team am I talking about?  That’s right, the Washington Redskins. Starting from the top of the organization with its owner Daniel Snyder, all...

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