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Hester put up impressive kickoff- and punt-return numbers. But will it be enough to get him to Canton?
The skier had said “absolutely not” when asked if she would visit the White House, should she win a medal in the PyeongChang Olympics.
The linebacker underwent spinal stabilization surgery last week after being injured Dec. 4.
Washington must reconstruct its bench and the depth beyond it.
The team, doctors and the quarterback weigh whether his broken collarbone has healed enough to warrant risking the danger of playing him.
The Nets don’t need Okafor to be perfect. They just need him to become a solid NBA player.
Football players aren't the only ones who worry about repeated hits to the head.
The Red Sox hit 168 home runs in 2017, placing them last in the AL for home runs for the first time since 1993.
Washington Redskins safety Su'a Cravens has been medically cleared to play football in 2018, according to his agent.
If you're weighing which teams are better based on either ranking, you're wasting your time.
Check out this year’s picks for the Washington D.C. area’s top girls' cross-country performers.
No, you don't have to yell “Roll Tide” or “War Eagle” while doing so, though it couldn't hurt.
Check out this year’s picks for the Washington D.C. area’s top boys' cross-country performers.
Check out this year’s picks for the Washington D.C. area’s top volleyball performers.
Check out this year’s picks for the Washington D.C. area’s top field hockey performers.