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After landing in Ohio, but before making their way towards Cleveland, the Redskins made a stop in Canton to visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
For many, including coaches, it was their first time to walk around the museum, which features all kinds of history and memorabilia, including jerseys, Super Bowl rings and bronze busts of each Hall Of Famer.
Since the Pro Football Hall of Fame opened its doors on Sept. 7, 1963, the Redskins have had 26 former players, coaches and administrators inducted for enshrinement into the Hall of Fame.
Robert Griffin III had the opportunity to pose with his uniform, as did DeAngelo Hall, who was shown the jersey he wore while recording an NFL record four interceptions in one game.
Doug Williams also got in on the act, posing by his Super Bowl photo and Sonny Jurgensen walked by the display case of his burgundy jersey.
President Bruce Allen, along with his son, George, posed by father and grandfather George Allen.
Here were more highlights from players and coaches as they took in the history of the game.