Redskins owner Dan Snyder takes a lot of criticism, but whatever your thoughts about his football acumen there's no denying his charitable contributions in Washington, DC area. One you won't find on the team's website might be the most impressive: Snyder has offered to pay $20,000 for a decked-out Redskins van owned by 55-year-old Charles Jones, a veteran who was homeless when he purchased it in Feb. 2012.

Jones painted the van after the team's 3-6 start last season, which coincided with the Redskins' run to the division title and the playoffs. But now, financial obligations has Jones selling the van.

The Redskins called Jones with the offer while the Washington Post's Sarah Kogod was doing a story on Jones.