Scott Turner and Dwayne Haskins are Redskins’ key duo. So far, the coach likes what he sees.

Washington's new offensive coordinator says he has been impressed so far with the team's second-year quarterback, and that he wants his unit to feature competition and versatility.

Jack Del Rio has high praise for Chase Young, expects big things from Redskins’ line

Says Washington's new defensive coordinator of the No. 2 overall pick: “I think the sky’s the limit for him."
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Max Scherzer doesn’t speak up without a calculated purpose

The Nationals' ace, a prominent union leader, has voiced his opinions on MLB's newest proposal to restart baseball. The timing and tone are no accident.
  • Perspective

With an aging roster and DH candidates, the Nats are oddly built for an odd season

No one wanted or imagined an 82-game campaign, but the defending champs may be perfectly suited for it.

D.C. United players to begin individual workouts Friday in Loudoun

MLS club will use Segra Field in Leesburg for now before possibly moving to Audi Field and the RFK training grounds in Washington.

As MLB awaits union response, players remain clear on one thing: No more pay cuts

The union is weighing its response to MLB’s opening proposal sent Tuesday, which called for a second round of cuts to player salaries.

NFL to experiment with preseason replay tweak; fourth-and-15 proposal set aside

The fourth-and-15 alternative to the onside kick was tabled by the owners, to be reconsidered at another time.
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Five decades of sports, as seen through a camera lens

A Post photographer shares the stories, and the technical details, behind his most memorable shots since the 1970s.

Amid layoffs and furloughs, sportswriters wonder what will be left of a storied profession

Already teetering because of a decline in media revenues, sports journalism has been hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic as news organizations retrench with no games to cover.

Pepper Rodgers never fit the football coach mold and didn’t try to. That made him great.

Rodgers, who died Thursday at 88, was a standout quarterback who as a coach became a mentor to Hall of Famers.
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