Dec. 14, 1969
Winners Again: Redskins defeat the New Orleans Saints 17-14 to ensure their first winning season since 1955. The victory also keeps Vince Lombardi's record of never having coached a losing NFL team intact.
Aug. 9, 1969
Marshall Dies: George Preston Marshall, founder of the Washington Redskins, dies at his home at the age of 72.
Feb. 7, 1969
Lombardi Hired: The unthinkable happened: Legendary head coach Vince Lombardi leaves Green Bay to become head coach of the Redskins.
Dec. 18, 1966
Record Breakers: Sonny Jurgensen sets NFL passing records for most attempts, completions and yards. Receivers Charley Taylor, Jerry Smith and Bobby Mitchell finish first, second and fourth in total receptions.
Nov. 27, 1966
TD Jamboree: Redskins defeat the New York Giants 72-41. Final score set a record for most points ever in a NFL game.
Jan. 25, 1966
Graham Era: Redskins appoint legendary Cleveland Browns quarterback Otto Graham as head coach and general manager.
Nov. 28, 1965
Record Rally: Sonny Jurgensen sparks greatest comeback in Redskins history. Down 21-0, Redskins win 34-31 over the Dallas Cowboys as Jurgensen passes for more than 400 yards and throws three touchdown passes.