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As if the 15-yard penalty was not enough, the NFL has fined Redskins tight end Vernon Davis $12,154 for his touchdown celebration in last week’s victory over the Eagles, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. Davis drew an unsportsmanlike conduct a penalty after he made a touchdown catch, turned and shot the ball […]

Like the Redskins’ Josh Norman, elite players at the position combine speed, explosiveness and a deep reservoir of confidence.

However, league was unable to corroborate claims that Diego Martinez had used a homophobic slur.

Nats manager also explains why his entire coaching staff will return.

The league believes it is empowered to act on new revelations despite the 2014 ruling in the Ray Rice case.

The No. 24 Midshipmen will host Memphis to open a demanding six-week stretch.

Redskins tight end Jordan Reed will miss his second consecutive game because of a concussion

With doctors recommending a shutdown because of ongoing Achilles' tendon ailments, Redskins place first-round pick on injured reserve.

Minnesota, at 5-0, is the NFL's only unbeaten team entering QB Sam Bradford's return Sunday to Philadelphia.

But Chicago will counter with Kyle Hendricks, making the game a battle of elite pitchers.

At 19, rookie Auston Matthews is expected to end the Maple Leafs’ long dry spell.

The Tide own a nation-leading 19-game winning streak dating back to last season and rank in the top 20 in offensive and defensive and efficiency.

After a sluggish start, Ben Olsen's squad is surging toward the MLS playoffs with a revamped, high-scoring attack.

The two homegrown stars, around whom health concerns swirled all season, seem likely to be good to go for spring training — barring anything unforeseen.

The stakes are surprising for both a rebuilding Terps team and the struggling Big Ten champion.

COLUMN | Washington is not good enough to overpower most teams but not bad enough to wilt and disappear.

Committee to begin discussions on the matter with the end goal of introducing new legislation.

The final part in our five-part series.

Vote in our weekly poll and let us know who you think will win the biggest football games of Week 8.

Rattling Matthew Stafford tops the Redskins’ to-do list as Washington (4-2) visits Detroit (3-3) on Sunday

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