WASHINGTON — When the Washington Redskins’ stadium opening day was announced last week, I was excited.
I was thrilled because I thought the team was going to win.
I also was thrilled, because this team is my favorite team.
I am the only person who loves the Redskins and loves Washington.
I like the team’s uniforms, I like its owner and I love the fans who love the team.
When I hear the words “the best of the best” I’m reminded of how great this team has been.
I remember being at a Redskins-hosted NFL draft party in 2007, when I was just 14 years old and I had just won the National Football League’s MVP award.
My father, the owner of the team, told me that the guy who won MVP was going first overall in the draft, and I told him, “That’s what I’d do.”
My father laughed.
“That’d be me,” he said.
“I’d pick you.”
When I think about the Redskins’ current season, I can’t stop thinking about how much I would love to play on the field for this team.
There are few things that make me so excited about the future of this franchise that the team has already shown me that it can be.
I can tell you that I’m the best-looking guy in the room and that I can get in the team bus and ride it around the stadium.
I have the best posture, and the team gives me great advice.
I’m also the team captain.
I know that this team will never disappoint, that they will always be ready for whatever the situation may be, and that their fans will never be satisfied.
And, finally, the team is growing and evolving.
I think this is a team that will continue to be great.
But there is a big difference between the way I am now and how I would like to be, the kind of guy I am, and what I want to accomplish.
For example, I’m very lucky to have a job where I have a very secure position and a great team around me.
When the Redskins opened their practice facility in late September, I had a very good idea of what I wanted to do with my career.
I loved the team and loved the city.
I wanted the team to win, and when I joined the Redskins as a rookie in 2008, I wanted them to be as good as they were in 2005, when they were the last undefeated team in the NFL.
I always knew I would be a part of this team, and, after a long process of building my career, I finally got that opportunity.
I knew I wanted a leadership role, and after a few years with the team I felt comfortable being part of the process.
I learned a lot from being a part-time employee and a part owner.
The team has hired a lot of new players, and a lot has changed in the Redskins organization since I was a player.
I believe that the players are coming back, and some of the veterans are starting to make the most of their opportunities.
I really believe the team will go far in the playoffs.
The Redskins have been a great example for young people in Washington.
When my son, Caleb, was born, I went to his first Redskins game and I remember thinking, I’ll never forget that.
This team gave me a second chance.
I got to be part of something special, and this team deserves to be celebrated for what it has done in the past and what it is doing in the future.
I’ve never been a fan of being in a position where I feel like I’m a part in the building and the decision-making process, but I have to say that I truly believe that this organization is headed in the right direction.
The fans have been fantastic and have always been supportive, and it’s always a pleasure to work with them and get to know them.
I hope this team continues to have success and win games for years to come.
I don’t want to see the franchise go anywhere, and if I ever have a chance to retire, I want my team to be where it’s meant to be.
But as we prepare to welcome our third Super Bowl champion, we need to realize that this is my team, this is who I am and this is what I’ll always be remembered for.