Everyone at FedEx Field should be in their seat by 12:15, as I mentioned before.
CBS will be televising the moment of silence before the game, I've been told, and several people have emailed me about being able to watch all of the pre-game activities.
Much of it will be part of a video tribute the team has put together, and the Redskins expect that you will be able to view that on-line at their website at some point after the ceremony. CBS may end up broadcasting that video on Sunday as well.
No one is scheduled to speak, and the ceremonies will be subdued. Fans will be given commemorative towels and the team and its employees will fly to Miami early Monday morning for the funeral.
Still a very somber vibe around Redskins Park. Former center Cory Raymer, who lives in the area, just stopped by with his young children to say hello and express his remorse with his former coaches and teammates, just as former kicker John Hall did earlier in the week.
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