Micah Bowie used to run around the upper deck inside RFK Stadium to stay in shape when he was a Washington Nationals reliever in 2006 and 2007. He remembers running by one of the white seats that marked one of former Senators slugger Frank Howard’s home runs and marveling at how far the ball had to travel. He doesn’t run anymore. Now, 10 years after he stopped playing, he can barely breathe. “Everything around my family’s life on a daily basis is about me breathing, just tryi
You want to know how hard Brian Lafemina’s job was as the Washington Redskins president of business operations, chief operating officer and franchise savior? This is how hard it was. Lafemina and his newly imported business and marketing team, brought in by owner Dan Snyder to stop the bleeding at the box office and change the toxic narrative that had come to define the Redskins, had an idea for a marketing campaign — seemingly a simple campaign with a catchy phase. “We Hail.
You might not have noticed something very different and unique before the kickoff at Redskins home games this season. After all, you were probably among the thousands making your way to your seats, focused in part on the players on the field warming up in their uniforms and in part on the guy behind you who almost spilled his beer down your back. It would have been easy to miss the woman on the field taking notes about how those players looked as they represented the NFL. But