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Redskins flying flag at half mast for Ralph Wilson

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Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson passed away on Tuesday, he was 95 years old. Bills fans everywhere are mourning the loss of Wilson, one of the the founders of the AFL and the Washington Redskins are honoring him by flying their flag at half-mast at their head quarters.

The caption reads: “The #Redskins flag at its team quarters in Loudoun County, Va., flies at half-mast in tribute to @buffalobills owner Ralph Wilson, who has died at age 95. Statement from Redskins owner Dan Snyder: “We are deeply saddened by the passing of the great Ralph Wilson. All of us have lost a NFL legend whose passion for his team was inspiring. We will always be thankful for Ralph’s contributions to the development of the AFL and NFL.”

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