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Former quarterback was arrested in mid-December and entered guilty plea last month.
New Redskins wide receiver attended a ‘Welcome to DC’ party on Wednesday.
Montreal Alouettes sign wide receiver, who last was with an NFL team in training camp in 2012.
A roundup of links from around the Web in anticipation of the draft, which starts in three weeks.
Two procedures worry the former Cowboys’ QB, who retired at 34 because of back issues.
Charles Tillman Way will connect Constitution Drive with Robert Griffin III Boulevard.
Insider readers who rarely venture off the blog should check out Kent Babb’s piece on the wide receiver’s environment growing up.
Brian Sealock has a relatively unique way of showing his Capitals and Redskins fandom, he shows it on his prosthetic leg.
NFL reporter is still recovering from aspiration double pneumonia he contracted during a routine surgical procedure.
Preseason opener date and time has been determined
Safety, running back and pass rusher rank among players on Redskins’ radar.
Texans defensive end comes through in the best way for a young man named Trey.
The Redskins’ newest wide receiver was raised where gangs were nearby, but that doesn’t tell his whole story.
Getting to the Super Bowl -- and winning -- is the goal with a slew of new players in 2014.
Either Allen wasn’t good at keeping track of the draft picks he often traded for veterans, or he just hoped no one would notice.
Report says release date could be pushed back a day or two.
The Redskins have begun the process of hosting prospects for pre-draft visits, showing interest in offensive linemen, pass rushers and wide receivers.
“Your brother’s Eli, right? he asks in ESPN sport for new movie.
Baltimore, five other teams have reportedly shown most interest in defensive end who hopes to be NFL’s first openly gay player.
Comedian and lifelong Washington football fan blasts Daniel Snyder at press luncheon.
Washington enters the draft potentially looking for more help in the secondary. Here are three, one each who should be available early, in the middle and late in the draft
Never mind his ties to the old USFL. He is going to “give this a heavy shot.“
Thursday, Monday and Saturday games make it harder, but not as tough as Warren Buffett’s billion-dollar bracket.
MAILBAG | Mike Jones tackles your questions regarding Redskins’ draft needs, further examines DeSean Jackson signing and engages in some salary cap talk.
If Redskins general manager Bruce Allen is anything like his father — late Redskins coach George Allen — then Washington has a chance of moving up from its 34th overall selection to gain a valued offensive right tackle in the first round.
Green Bay, Washington, San Francisco and Seattle have the most stable rosters since 2011.
With the NFL draft a little over three weeks away, what more can the South Carolina defensive end prove?
It’s only a way to ward off the tedium of offseason training. And, besides, football players do like to hit.
The Redskins will host their annual Draft Day Party beginning at noon, Saturday, May 10, at FedEx Field.
Incident at LAX is just the latest for the 49ers player, free on $20,000 bond.
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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