Eric Bieniemy is at the helm of the NFL’s most entertaining and explosive unit — and he just happens to be the only black offensive coordinator in the league. The NFL Week 6 Wrap explores how his race plays into his prospects for a head coaching job.
In his Week 5 NFL rap, Rob Woodfork dares to ask the question we’ve all been thinking: Are the Cleveland Browns actually good?
As Earl Thomas was carted away from the field in Arizona, it became crystal clear why he — and players like Le’Veon Bell — hold out. Rob Woodfork explores this in the NFL Week 4 Wrap.
What saved baseball after the 1994 strike? In a point-countertpoint, WTOP Sports Editor Noah Frank says it was the home run chase of 1998.
What saved baseball after the 1994 strike? In a point-countertpoint, WTOP Entertainment Editor Jason Fraley says it was Cal Ripken’s Iron Man streak.
Adrian Peterson is one of the NFL’s best early-season feel good stories — and for longtime Redskins fans, it’s a very familiar tale, says Rob Woodfork in the NFL Week 3 Wrap.
The Redskins’ miserable showing on Sunday was years in the making, the result of a mediocre brand living off its rich history. Rob Woodfork says there’s one simple — but complicated — fix.
In this week’s College Football Corner, WTOP’s Dave Preston says that week three was rough for the Big Ten.
Teams like the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins have proven the franchise tag is a flawed system. It either needs to go, or undergo a makeover, says Rob Woodfork in the NFL Week 1 Wrap.
In this week’s College Football Corner, WTOP’s Dave Preston discusses Arizona State’s improvement under Head Coach Herm Edwards and runs through all the local action in week two.
We play the national anthem before nearly every American sporting event. It’s time to rethink why.
In this week’s College Football Corner, WTOP’s Dave Preston discusses the transition from summer to fall with the longest college football weekend of the season.
If college football programs cannot provide the safest possible experience for their athletes and create the cultures of personal responsibility they claim to foster, why should they exist?
WTOP’s Senior Sports Director Dave Johnson says all the carefully worded statements from University of Maryland officials regarding the death of Jordan McNair won’t bring the 19-year-old offensive lineman back to life.
In the wake of Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Terrell Owens’ unprecedented move to skip his own enshrinement ceremony in Canton, pro football is again responding poorly to black men exercising their rights, says WTOP’s Rob Woodfork.