A behind-the-scenes look at the daily sports cover
Two hours before the violence begins, the Redskins running backs and his ushering friends sit in a circle and talk about life.
Vote for Alf, unless you believe in the Madden Curse.
Running back served as honorary chair for the event for the second year in a row.
While promoting a casual Super Bowl party, a couple of Virginia state senators have fun at Washington's expense.
Redskins running back says teammates don't know or care about the relationship between the quarterback and the owner.
Bentley is finally in a temple of automotive excellence.
I don't even know what journalism is any more, do you?
Mike Shanahan said the Redskins went away from Alfred Morris on Sunday because the run wasn't working. He's previously said you have to stick with the run anyhow.
Fans and media members keep debating whether Pierre Garcon is a No. 1 or a No. 2. Shawn Springs says the latter.