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A magical playoff run made Philadelphia's backup quarterback a desirable commodity, but is another team really going to be willing give up a first- and fourth-round pick for him?
Leonardtown’s Podsednik dedicates his 4A/3A 152-pound title to his deceased friend. Damascus, Huntingtown and Glenelg are among the other schools to perform well at the state meet.
Sophomore center Hunter Dickinson scores a career-high 31 points for the Stags.
Texans owner Bob McNair angered many players during the 2017 season when he said of the protests, “We can’t have the inmates running the prison."
Alvarez tests positive for what his promoter said were “trace levels” of a performance-enhancing drug that is consistent with “meat contamination.”
The FBI’s investigation into the sport’s inner workings exposes an inevitable underbelly created by the millions of dollars being earned by schools, teams and coaches.
The Nationals want to manage Matt Wieters's playing time more this year. They must decide who will spell him.
Taylor missed a month with an oblique injury in 2017.
Whether through free agency or the draft, Washington is expected to address a disappointing position group that battled injuries throughout 2017.
Since John Wall's injury, Bradley Beal is averaging 37.9 minutes per game — tied for most in the NBA.
An MLS team that struggled to score last year only found the net once in the season opener at Orlando, despite a man advantage for more than a half.
“You always know that at some time adversity is going to come," Holtby said. He snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday in Annapolis.
Selection of longtime Disney executive comes at a time of tumultuous change for the sports broadcaster
Central Florida linebacker Shaquem Griffin's left hand was amputated when he was 4 years old.
The troubled pass-rusher has not played in the NFL since being placed on indefinite suspension during the 2015 season.