Alex Smith is leading the 2018 Washington Redskins offense after being acquired in an offseason trade. Smith will try to ignite this Redskins offense and will have two great receivers to help him. Wide receiver Paul Richardson signed with the Redskins in the offseason to play opposite of Josh Doctson. While Richardson and Doctson will provide plenty of opportunities for big plays down the field, Smith will have plenty of weapons underneath in Jordan Reed, Jamison Crowder and Chris Thompson. Alex Smith will be taking over for Kirk Cousins, who signed with the Vikings in the offseason.
On defense, the Redskins signed former Cowboys cornerback, Orlando Scandrick in free agency. Head coach Jay Gruden is exciting to see Scandrick pair up with Pro Bowl cornerback Josh Norman. The Redskins are hopeful Mason Foster can have a healthy season and improve his success as a linebacker. Same goes for former first-round pick, Jonathan Allen who suffered injury but flashed greatness on the defensive line.
Washington Redskins suites are located on two suite levels at FedEx Field. Redskins suites will be a climate-controlled environment for your comfort. Most suites at FedEx Field will accommodate groups 16 – 24 with some suites being able to assist with parties 60+. Guests will receive VIP parking to Redskins games and have private entry into FedEx Field. Suites can be fully catered in advance to your event, stocked with all the food and drinks of your choosing. Suites will feature balcony seating, HDTVs, kitchenettes and a dedicated Redskins suite attendant. While Redskins call FedEx Field home, luxury suites at FedEx Field are available for other events in 2018 such as the Taylor Swift shows, Beyoncé & Jay-Z and the NCAA football game featuring the Texas Longhorns vs. the Maryland Terrapins.