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Redskins Lombardi Trophies Will be on Display at the Science Museum of Virginia
- Updated: July 23, 2013
The three Vince Lombardi trophies that were awarded to the Washington Redskins following their three Super Bowl victories, will be on display at the Science Museum of Virginia beginning July 30th.
At its convenient location next to the Redskins new summer training facility, the Science Museum will also offer a “football science” exhibit where one can throw an offensive pattern after learning about gyroscopic stability and vector analysis. You can also experience just how Newton’s Laws of Motion can improve their time at the 40-yard dash.
Visitors will also be able to compare their mental abilities to professional football players by taking the Wonderlic test (test given to athletes at the NFL combine before the NFL draft).