King Felix has long been Seattle’s patient, loyal superstar. Now, in a hard-to-watch turn, he’s dragging a good team down.
Redskins coach has proved to be an inventive offensive mind. He has had to be.
Fifty-one years ago, former Detroit Tiger smelled his neighborhood on fire; while others fled, he went further in to bring peace.
A recently overlooked position is being forced back into focus by an influx of young talent.
James, who will join the Lakers this season, opens a new school for underprivileged children in Akron, calling it perhaps the greatest day of his life.
The defensive lineman is showing honesty, perspective and bravado. The next step is building on a promising rookie season that was cut short by injury.
“He’s still climbing,” Vernon Davis says of Washington’s new starting QB, a former teammate of his with the 49ers. “He’s continuing to get better and better and better.”
It’s easy to feel good about the players on Washington’s roster. It’s impossible to feel great about them.
The coach has a clear vision of how he wants his team to play, but the challenge will be getting his players to buy in.