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This is the third year in a row the wide receiver's arrived in a Rolls-Royce. But his latest version was the most regal.
Terry McAuliffe raises possibility of a Redskins stadium and entertainment complex similar to one being built in L.A. for the Chargers and Rams.
While football may bring lots of fans to Virginia's capital city, there's plenty of non-pigskin things to see and do once they arrive.
Entering his second training camp, defensive back Kendall Fuller finds himself in a much better position than he did as a rookie, both mentally and physically.
If the fabled Michael Jordan rookie card is involved, then probably.
Since being laid off by ESPN, Britt McHenry has commented on a range of political topics.
The former NBA player credits his children with helping him get sober but admits, “I want to get high right now."
Jay Gruden, Kirk Cousins and Co. begin preseason workouts in Richmond....
Buoyed perhaps by a mysterious pigeon, the Nationals' offense teed off against Milwaukee on Thursday afternoon.
After four years in charge, Fatih Terim's reign has come to an end.
Yaniv Kovalski, a 23-year old freshman, will play for Stonehill College this fall.
“He and I have been talking throughout the summer a number of times,” Baltimore Coach John Harbaugh said. “We had some great conversations on the phone ... I like history and politics, too, and we've had some debates and it's been fun."
The Nationals are cruising, but some radio hosts are advocating for change.
A controversial disqualification in 2016 led Faye Frez-Albrecht to start a movement for change.
Darvish provides a quality start in seven of every 10 games, pitching almost seven innings per contest.