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With Trimble gone, all eyes will be on the former St. John's (D.C.) star to run the show in his sophomore season.
The Wildcats seamlessly incorporated newcomers to an already talented team.
USC's quarterback is the front-runner to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.
Washington's top offensive weapon is eager to get back to full health, its tailback is on the verge of a return to the lineup and more from practice and locker-room availability at Redskins Park.
The Carolina star's media boycott reportedly coincides with the return to the locker room of Charlotte Observer reporter Jourdan Rodrigue, to whom he made a sexist remark two weeks ago.
Ailing secondary remains a concern as Redskins prepare to face Eagles’ high-flying offense Monday
The Serie D club plans to appeal. They say Giovanni Liberti was drinking out of a water fountain and adjusting his shorts.
Last year the course was too long. This year the course was too short, possibly leaving would-be Boston Marathon qualifiers in the cold.
There hasn't been a player from Denmark in the NFL since Morten Andersen retired in 2007.
The veteran righty with two Tommy Johns to his name has avoided another elbow surgery for now.
Former ESPN host says Hill's suspension was “like a kick to the stomach."
Evidently, the league agreed with the quarterback, who called the hit “about as flagrant as it gets."
Of the 70,000 seats available, less than 1 percent will be given away to random fans.
The incident was the first of its kind in the history of the race.
Jonathan Allen could return before the end of the season.
Plus, more top stories from the D.C.-area recruiting trail.