For more than 70 years, the Washington Redskins have boasted that they have sold out every game. Seats are so scarce that the waiting list for general admission season tickets has 160,000 names on it. But James Grimaldi of The Washington Post reports that the reality is that the team has sold thousands of general admission tickets to brokers, who resold them on the secondary market, often at higher-than-retail prices. Part 2 of this series looks at the fans who have been sued by the team over their inability to pay for premium seat contracts.
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