Derrius Guice arrested on domestic violence charges, released by Washington’s NFL team

Guice, a 23-year-old running back who was set to begin his third NFL season, turned himself in at the Loudoun Adult Detention Center at around 5 p.m. Friday.

Washington owner Daniel Snyder sues media company over baseless stories

The suit accuses Media Entertainment Arts WorldWide of publishing defamatory stories based solely on rumors spread on social media.
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College sports embraced reckless greed. With the coronavirus crisis, the bill has come due.

Educational institutions have laid themselves bare, with their desperate insistence on trying to make unpaid kids play football in a viral outbreak simply to meet their overextended bills.

Maryland QB Josh Jackson and five teammates opt out because of virus as uncertain camp starts

Jackson’s decision to opt out leaves Maryland with two scholarship quarterbacks available.

Haotong Li leads PGA Championship, a surprise to everyone — including Haotong Li

He is ranked 114th in the world and arrived in San Francisco on a special invite. But he was nothing but great in the second round at TPC Harding Park en route to a 65.

For Nats, it’s Friday night frights in an 11-0 loss to Orioles

Baltimore pounds Anibal Sánchez for 10 hits in five-plus innings, leaving Washington 4-6 with 50 games to play.

Wizards eliminated from playoff contention with fifth straight loss

Washington dropped a 118-107 to a New Orleans Pelicans team that was playing without star Zion Williamson.
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Julie Donaldson, Washington football’s new VP, wants to be the voice she needed years ago

Julie Donaldson, who went through a horrible domestic violence incident years ago, believes she can use that experience to help other women working for the Washington football team and change the culture in a place in desperate need of a new start.

Ridiculed and alone, Rudy Gobert was the face of coronavirus in sports. Now he’s ready to return.

Rudy Gobert's positive coronavirus test triggered the NBA's shutdown. After a trying four-month hiatus, the Utah Jazz center returns with a new perspective.

How will the coronavirus change sports?

Reporters and columnists predict major changes as leagues reopen.
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Sports cardiologists and other experts are urging caution for athletes who return to play after recovering from covid-19 as research about the disease's effects on the heart grows.
“We have failed them and we have to do better,” Kirby Hocutt said Friday while apologizing to Lady Raiders' players following the firing of Marlene Stollings.
Any positive test by an asymptomatic individual with no known history of infection would be followed quickly by two confirmatory tests.
Hokies senior loses in round of 32 at Woodmont Country Club after surrendering 3-up lead on back nine.
Tagovailoa, a four-star recruit out of high school, played one season at Alabama and appeared in five games. In a backup role, he completed 9 of 12 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.
The Hokies coach talks about precautions planned for workouts and his star cornerback's decision to opt out.
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