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With the countless number of changes going down at Redskins Park, one thing is certain:

The players absolutely love the new and improved jersey designs.

In an interview with the Washington Football Team's Senior VP of Media & Content, Julie Donaldson, LB Ryan Kerrigan, and QB Dwayne Haskins were impressed by the new twist to the classic digs.

"Kind of a throwback look. A little bit of Alabama homage," Haskins said. "But I like them. We could go out there with old school helmets for all I care, I just want to get the ball rolling." 

Haskins, who grew up in Potomac Maryland, and played football at Bullis High School, has been a fan of the team all of his life, so preserving the Burgandy and Gold color scheme was important to him.

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"The color scheme is something we've always loved, especially being from the DMV area it's close to our hearts," Haskins said. "It's a small change but I'm just excited to put them on and represent the area."

Kerrigan has been a member of the team since being drafted out of Purdue University back in 2011.  

"I'm pretty pumped, I love the numbers on the helmets," Kerrigan said. "I think it's a really cool look and I'm really excited. "I think it's going to be a nice change, nice transition, and something I think our region can be proud of moving forward."

 

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