A 3-inch by 3.5-inch Caesars Sportsbook patch will appear on the upper right chest of Washington’s red home and blue alternate sweaters next season.
The Washington Football Team quarterback finally got a beer endorsement deal.
A look at the highlights and lowlights from Washington's wild win at FedEx Field.
The former DeMatha and Johns Hopkins star will continue in his executive role with the Premier Lacrosse League, which he co-founded in 2019.
The Wizards will be heard on a sports-talk station for the first time in seven seasons.
Terry McLaurin’s highlight-reel catch was one of the few bright spots for Washington in a season-opening defeat.
Most pundits expect the NFC East to be weak again, but Washington’s offense could hold it back.
NBC Sports’ season-long interactive art campaign, hosted by Vernon Davis, debuts before Thursday's NFL opener.
Washington will sweep the NFC East, and four other things that probably won’t (but maybe will) happen.
Randy Edsall, who left the Huskies for Maryland after a BCS bowl berth in 2011, will step aside immediately after a loss-filled second stint in Storrs.
Terps forward Donta Scott also hooped it up Wednesday in the star-studded pickup game at Imhotep Charter in Philadelphia.
Marc Rosenberg made everyone laugh. He showed his younger brother, Bruce, the way.
Infielder RobertAnthony Cruz said his dad, Ron, is the "hardest worker" he knows.
Three Washington Football Team fans, including two former "Survivor" contestants, recently launched a podcast called "Surviving Snyder."
Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini, who sat out last season after being diagnosed with colon cancer, advanced to the final at Coors Field.
Josh Harrison bantered with fans in left field throughout Washington's four-game series at Petco Park.
The Wizards' NFT collection, to be released next week, will include 500 free digital collectibles.
Charles Mann, who has a bit part in "Turf Valley," starred in several commercials during his playing days.
From Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon to Ken Burns and George Will, loyal readers and former colleagues toast the retiring Washington Post columnist.
Kyle Schwarber said he had a great time participating in the 2018 Home Run Derby at Nationals Park, but it took a physical toll.