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Bryan Flaherty is the Operations Editor for the sports section of The Washington Post. Previously he worked as a digital editor, multiplatform editor and reporter for the sports section.
There were some cheers, for sure, but boy, oh boy, were there a lot of boos.
The team will miss the postseason for the fourth time in five seasons under Coach Jay Gruden and the ninth time in the last 11 seasons.
Dozens of protesters opposed the ban at a playground on Monday.
"What did you expect?” the 49ers cornerback said of the Cowboys owner's recent decision to require his players to stand during the national anthem.
Belgium was the better team from start to finish Saturday and secured its best finish at a World Cup for the effort.
The TNT analyst and the Warriors forward exchanged barbs through the media Tuesday night. At least one party is sorry about it.
Reed, 27, finished 15 under across four days at Augusta National Golf Club, one stroke ahead of Fowler and two ahead of Spieth.
A bunt. Away from a shift. In the bottom of the ninth. Of a 7-0 game. Chance Sisco just wanted to reach base. The Twins took exception.
The Retrievers may be losing three key players, but their head coach is sticking around.
Papa John's, which had blamed the league's anthem protests for sagging sales last season, will continue to have a relationship with 22 NFL teams.