Redskins Take to Reddit as First NFL Team to Schedule Series of AMAs

    November 29, 2012
    Josh Wolford

Reddit AMAs: They’re so hot right now. Everybody’s doing them – Al Gore, the President, Congressmen. Once reserved for brave internet denizens, the reddit Q&A sessions have gone mainstream. Gasp.

Figures from the sports world have participated in AMAs before, but today marks the first time that an NFL team has worked with the site for a series of official Ask Me Anything sessions. First up on the front page of the internet: The Washington Redskins.

“These AMAs are a perfect opportunity to get a one-of-a-kind interview with your favorite Redskins players. Today’s is the first of at least three scheduled interviews, so stay tuned for future opportunities,” says the team on their official blog.

Today’s AMA is currently going on, and it features Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan. He’s responding to questions via the username Redskinsdotcom. Yes, that’s him participating in the AMA in the photo above. Mashable confirms that the other AMAs will feature breakout star running back Alfred Morris on December 6th and Lorenzo Alexander on December 12th.

Awesome, except I want to ask RGIII if he’s thrilled that he singlehandedly won me hundreds of dollars in my fantasy leagues. I’m sure he would be happy for me. Though I can’t wait to find out whether Alfred Morris would prefer to fight 100 duck-sized horses, or one horse-sized duck.


Josh Wolford
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