11:49 AM EDT, Thu October 23, 2014
Baltimore Sun 31 mins ago

One win from bowl eligibility, Terps football team not looking ahead

Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley was asked Wednesday whether the Terps are talking at all about being one win away from gaining bowl eligibility.

Stinson signs with Pirates - School of Roch

Former Orioles reliever Josh Stinson has signed a minor league deal with the Pirates that includes an invitation to spring training. Stinson became a minor league free agent earlier this month after going 5-5 with a 5.48 ERA in 22 games (13 starts) at Triple-A Norfolk. Stinson made the Orioles'...
Baltimore Sun 46 mins ago

Ozzie Newsome, Dick Cass to testify at Ray Rice's appeal hearing, sources say

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Baltimore Sun 52 mins ago

Even in situational role, Terps' Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil remains 'key guy'

On a third-and-8 during the fourth quarter of Maryland’s win over Iowa on Saturday, Terps outside linebacker Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil -- lined up over center -- used a quick swim move to beat Hawkeyes center Austin Blythe before converging with fellow outside linebacker Yannick Ngakoue to...
Washington Post 1 hour ago

Redskins Blog: Safety Ryan Clark says 2-5 Redskins have talent to succeed but lack confidence

There are NFL players and coaches who like to say that their team is better than its record. Ryan Clark isn’t among them. As Washington prepares for Monday Night Football behind its third presumptive starting quarterback of the season, Clark, the veteran free safety, was asked what he felt the identity of the Redskins is, just shy of the season’s midpoint. Read full article >>

Safety Ryan Clark says 2-5 Redskins have talent to succeed but lack confidence

There are NFL players and coaches who like to say that their team is better than its record. Ryan Clark isn’t among them. As Washington prepares for Monday Night Football behind its third presumptive starting quarterback of the season, Clark, the veteran free safety, was asked what he felt the identity of the Redskins is, […]
Washington Post 1 hour ago

Wiz Insider: Wizards’ offense progresses in loss to Knicks, though turnovers persist in preseason finale

NEW YORK — John Wall, per usual, believed there was a point to prove Wednesday night on the grandest stage in basketball. “I wanted to show people that my tendinitis is not as bad as they keep saying it is,” Wall said following the Washington Wizards’ 103-100 loss to the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Read full article >>

Wizards’ offense progresses in loss to Knicks, though turnovers persist in preseason finale

NEW YORK — John Wall, per usual, believed there was a point to prove Wednesday night on the grandest stage in basketball. “I wanted to show people that my tendinitis is not as bad as they keep saying it is,” Wall said following the Washington Wizards’ 103-100 loss to the New York Knicks at Madison […]
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

OPEN THREAD: Can the Redskins slow DeMarco Murray?

Coming into Dallas Week, the 'Skins have done a reasonable job slowing opposing runners. So how will Jim Haslett's defense respond to DeMarco Murray?
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Gruden happy with progress of young players on defense

The Redskins defense has improved slightly from last season, thanks in part to contributions from some younger players.
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Gruden avoiding mistakes of 2013 in handling Griffin rehab

Jay Gruden is going well in avoiding the mistakes that were made in 2013 in the process of getting Robert Griffin III back on the field.

Caps Insider: In 501st game, Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom gets 500th career point

EDMONTON, Canada — Nicklas Backstrom waited along the right half-wall, the spot where he had learned to be most patient, because who better to conduct the Washington Capitals’ explosive power play than the center who desired no spotlight? His blade bounced over the puck. Once, twice, three times, a calming influence for his teammates, torturous for the Edmonton Oilers penalty killers, who just like everyone else in the NHL, were forced to wait while Backstrom selected the vial of poison. Read full article >>

In 501st game, Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom gets 500th career point

EDMONTON, Canada – Nicklas Backstrom waited along the right half-wall, the spot where he had learned to be most patient, because who better to conduct the Washington Capitals’ explosive power play than the center who desired no spotlight? His blade bounced over the puck. Once, twice, three times, a calming influence for his teammates, torturous […]
Baltimore Sun 2 hours ago

Previewing Maryland-Wisconsin football with a Badgers beat reporter

Back for a second season, we'll be previewing each of Maryland's football games by conducting a Q&A with a reporter who covers the Terps' next opponent.
CSN Washington 3 hours ago

Second thoughts on Caps' first regulation loss

The Capitals had a 2-1 lead but allowed the Oilers to score a quick-strike goal in their first regulation loss.

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