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The loud ovation as Robert Griffin III walked from the Washington Redskins’ practice facility down to the field is something he’s gotten used to. It was just a bit louder on Saturday. The rookie quarterback, taken No. 2 overall in the NFL...
The Baltimore SunMaryland has hired Zack Bolno – well-known to local sports media following stints with the Washington Wizards and Redskins – to oversee its media relations. Maryland said Bolno – the Wizards’ director of basketball...
Tags: Randy Edsall, Sports, Kevin Anderson, Basketball, Football
The speculation and apocrypha surrounding "cover curses" in sports go back at least as far as the "Sports Illustrated cover jinx." In the age of video games, the "Madden Curse" has taken up the mantle as the most hotly-debated superstition in sports...
Tags: Health, Sports, John Vanbiesbrouck, Dany Heatley, Entertainment
He might be done Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times From the day Peyton Manning had the fusion surgery in his neck, I've believed that he wouldn't play again. Not that I don't trust his resolve, because no player would work harder to get back on the field....
1. If the Ravens could play against Cleveland's atrocious run defense every single week, Ray Rice might rush for 2,500 yards. I don't want to denigrate the Ravens victory against the Browns. It was encouraging to see them prove, for the first time since...
The world's billionaires include nine from Maryland, according to Forbes magazine's latest ranking of the world's richest people. The magazine lists 1,226 billionaires worth $4.6 trillion — both record figures. Maryland's billionaires include...
Evan Royster has never been through anything like it. Not in high school in Virginia, not in college at Penn State. He’s a sixth-round draft pick who started at Square One two weeks ago learning the complex NFL play book of the Washington Redskins...
Some days he is a teacher, and his classroom measures 120 yards x 53 1/3 yards. Some days he is a youngster again, carrying a football on the slanted field next to the golf course near his western Pennsylvania home. On his best days he is both, when...
Tags: Super Bowl, Elections, Sports, Philosophy, Public Employees
His autograph cards in hand, 19-year-old Joey Partin was able to walk right up to the wooden burgundy railing and get a prime viewing spot for Monday morning’s Washington Redskins training camp practice. No jostling for position. No need to elbow an...
"In the old days we sent Christianity to the savage redskin." - The Herald-Star (Steubenville, Ohio) Nov. 26, 1921 "... and the savage redskin was thirsting for their blood ..." - United States Magazine, June, 1855 "On rushed the savages, flushed with...
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