9:23 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014
Baltimore Sun 23 mins ago

Previewing Maryland-Penn State football with a Nittany Lions 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 28 mins ago

OPEN THREAD: Run game key for RG3 to succeed

What will help RG3 the most as he returns to play for the Redskins? Alfred Morris and a strong Redskins run game.

DeAngelo Hall tears Achilles’ tendon again, which could add six to nine months to recovery time

Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall tore his left Achilles’ tendon for the second time in five weeks, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. Hall had surgery to repair the tendon on Thursday. Hall suffered the initial injury against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 21, ending his 11th season in the NFL. He had surgery […]
Mike Jones / Washington Post 39 mins ago

Redskins Blog: DeAngelo Hall tears Achilles’ tendon again, which could add six to nine months to recovery time

Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall tore his left Achilles’ tendon for the second time in five weeks, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. Hall had surgery to repair the tendon on Thursday. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun 43 mins ago

Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

In this week's recruiting roundup, Ty Johnson does laps around most of Western Maryland high school football.
Washington Post 52 mins ago

Redskins corners Breeland and Amerson stepping up in short-handed secondary

When DeAngelo Hall went down with a torn Achilles tendon in a Week 3 loss to Philadelphia, the Redskins’ already shaky cornerback situation seemed to take a turn for the worse. But a few weeks later, and on the deciding play of the Redskins’ biggest victory of the season, there was rookie cornerback Bashaud Breeland batting the ball away from Dallas star receiver Dez Bryant to seal the win. Read full article >>
MASN Sports 54 mins ago

What do we overvalue and undervalue in baseball? - Steve Melewski

Quality at-bats and fastball velocity perhaps overvalued while defense undervalued
CSN Washington 1 hour ago

Report: DeAngelo Hall re-injures Achilles, needs surgery

Five weeks after suffering a season ending Achilles injury, DeAngelo Hall has re-injured the same tendon and will need surgery. Again.
Washington Post 1 hour ago

Capitals’ Eric Fehr: From top line to a healthy scratch

After functioning as the first-line right wing in five of the Capitals’ first eight games, Eric Fehr was a healthy scratch Wednesday against the Red Wings. It’s a situation that the 29-year-old is familiar with, reluctantly; former coach Adam Oates scratched Fehr in nine straight games last November after he admirably filled in for an injured Alex Ovechkin. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun 1 hour ago

Stopping Penn State's Christian Hackenberg a 'challenge,' but not impossible for Terps

Seventeen years ago, Maryland coach Randy Edsall was scouting and recruiting Christian Hackenberg’s father, Erick.

Candy, bad pizza and more baseball for breakfast - School of Roch

If you're wondering how you'll recognize me tonight on Halloween, I'll be dressed again as a guy sitting on his front steps handing out candy. The cigar and cocktail are only props. I'm not big on sweets, but it's a photo finish between Almond Joy and Snickers for my favorite...

The Test: Can the Redskins keep up the pressure against Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings?

The Test asks two Post specialists to take unique looks at a Redskins issue leading up to each game. Neil Greenberg of our Fancy Stats blog runs the numbers; Separately, Mark Bullock gives it the eye test.  Neil Greenberg’s take: The Redskins finally got pressure on the quarterback against the Cowboys and it worked. Tony Romo was pressured on 12 of the […]
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Redskins Blog: The Test: Can the Redskins keep up the pressure against Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings?

The Test asks two Post specialists to take unique looks at a Redskins issue leading up to each game. Neil Greenberg of our Fancy Stats blog runs the numbers; Separately, Mark Bullock gives it the eye test.  Read full article >>

What Koji Uehara's deal means for the Orioles and free-agent reliever Andrew Miller

One of the more intriguing free agents this offseason, as it pertained to the Orioles, was Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara.
CSN Washington 6 hours ago

Another bad break for Durant-less Oklahoma City Thunder

The hits just keep on coming for the Thunder. Already no Kevin Durant, now the Thunder won't have Russell Westbrook for a while after the All-Star guard's injury.

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