Gabe Taylor committed to Rice in February and his coaches are pleased with what they've seen in his short time with the program. The Owls open their season Saturday.

  • Analysis

Welcome to the 2020 NFC East, potentially the worst division in NFL history.

Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, who was killed in a helicopter crash in January, was a founding donor of the museum.

Turnovers and Daniel Jones's wheels doomed Washington to a second straight 1-5 start.

  • Analysis

The outfielder, who hit four home runs in 38 postseason at-bats, opted for free agency on Thursday.

JMU Coach Curt Cignetti expects Ben DiNucci, who was taken in the seventh round of this year's draft, to be ready if called upon.

Washington quarterback Alex Smith said he planned to allow the risk of infection to pass before reaching out to Dak Prescott, the Cowboys' injured QB.

  • Analysis

Jared Goff threw for 309 yards, Washington finished with 108 total yards, and other highlights and lowlights from the loss to the Rams.

The longtime New York Rangers goalie, who signed with the Capitals on Friday, follows in the footsteps of Michael Jordan, Bruce Smith and more.

DeAngelo Hall said Ron Rivera's decision left him "almost dumbfounded," while Michael Wilbon said it seems "so rushed and so hastily done."

Onetime Mystics player Yelena Leuchanka was at the airport in Minsk when she was detained on Sept. 30 and sentenced to 15 days in prison for participating in mass gatherings.

After a third straight defeat, Washington falls a half-game behind the Philadelphia Eagles in the terrible NFC East.

A certain segment of Washington Football Team fans will have extra incentive to watch Navy vs. Air Force.

Team president Jason Wright says Washington will continue to gather ideas throughout the 2020 season.

  • Perspective

Citing concern about injuries and the importance of developing his team, Washington's coach conceded defeat in the fourth quarter the last two weeks.

Coach Jon Cooper said he acquired a Virginia basketball hat after his top-seeded Lightning was swept out of last year's playoffs in the first round.

The defending World Series champions missed the playoffs, but there were some fun times along the way.

  • Analysis

Meanwhile, Cleveland moved above .500 in a season for the first time since 2014.

This season, Washington is scheduled to face five of the six active quarterbacks drafted No. 1 overall who currently have starting jobs.

The 32-year-old rookie joins former National Wil Nieves in an exclusive, improbable club.

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