A premium membership here at WarpathInsiders.com just got a lot more valuable.
We are announcing the establishment of our new Warpath Insiders message board, a forum available only to subscribers who signed up here at Scout.com's Redskins site. We've been laying the groundwork for a month or so and it's now ready for prime time.
On the Warpath Insiders board, you'll get the chance to talk Redskins with fellow fans who also are premium members, the hard-core, dedicated members of Redskin Nation. The fact that only members who signed up here can get access insures a troll-free environment.
There is also some excellent content on the board as well. You'll get scoop straight from Redskins Park from the site editor Rich Tandler and from John Keim, our Redskins insider. You couldn't get any better information and analysis unless you walked into the Redskins locker room yourself.
Also, for our premium members only, we have a chance for you to win two 50-yard line tickets to the upcoming Redskins-Panthers game on November 26. All you have to do to enter is post in the labeled thread on the premium board. Details are in there. Hurry, the deadline is coming soon.
If you're a subscriber and you signed up here at WarpathInsiders.com all you have to do is click here to go to the premium board. You may be asked to create a screen name before you can post. In the future, you can access the board via the Message Board dropdown menu on the top of almost every page on the site.
Not a subscriber? Why not? Click on the graphic on the top of the page and sign up. On top of access to the premium board you get to read all of the premium articles throughout the Scout.com network, including the best draft and free agency coverage you'll find anywhere. If you take advantage of our best value, the annual Total Access Pass, you not only get access to the articles and the Warpath Insiders board, you also get a subscription to the print edition of Warpath and, for a limited time, a one-year subscription to Sports Illustrated. It's an incredible value for less than a buck and a half a week.