Washington Redskins Football Quarterback
quar·ter·back [kwawr-ter-bak] - to lead or direct
The history of the Washington Redskins dates back to 1932, when the team enterned the NFL as an expansion team in Boston. In 1937, the Redskins moved to Washington. The Washington Redskins are owned by Dan Snyder, who purchased the Redskins in 1999. FedExField is the home of the Washington Redskins and it opened in 1997. FedExField currently seats 91,704, the largest stadium in the NFL. The Washington Redskins are a member of the National Football Conference of the National Football League and compete in the NFC East Division.