The Wall Street Journal reports that the property — which overlooks the Potomac River — covers about 15.2 acres and includes a pool, a 12-car garage, a two-bedroom guesthouse and a house manager’s residence.
The Redskins are banking on Alex Smith taking them where Kirk Cousins couldn’t. WTOP’s Rob Woodfork says the best case scenario is a former ‘Skins QB who enjoyed a late-career renaissance elsewhere.
The District of Columbia’s efforts to land World Cup games are being led by Events D.C., Destination D.C., D.C. United and Washington’s NFL team, with Events D.C. running point on the pitch.
Until Washington’s sports owners commit to the basic decency of making sure their fans and employees have a ride home, they don’t deserve a title.
Don’t let the Alex Smith trade fool you. The Redskins botched the Kirk Cousins situation and now they’re paying for it dearly.
Lifelong fan Rob Woodfork says there’s officially nothing Redskins fans can feel good about.
If it seems like the Redskins have disposed of a lot of quality talent over the years—it’s because they have.
WASHINGTON — The thought struck me sometime last week, amid the quarterback madness that managed to achieve a new level of bizarre, even by Washington Football Team standards: What if we’re missing the canary calling…
WASHINGTON — Do you remember when the Washington Redskins were a good team? Not the one magical season they had in 2012. We’re talking Super Bowls, Joe Gibbs and the Fun Bunch. All that happened…
WASHINGTON — Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price made headlines this week for his obscenity-laced tirade, which demonstrated his impressive fluency in profanity. But beyond the clickable story of the rant itself, the fallout from the…
Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder says that the team has \”started the process\” of designing a new stadium.
The canceling of the Redskins trademark this week could — once appeals have been exhausted — open the door for vendors to peddle knock-off merchandise.
After NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the league for racist comments made in private, Congressman Henry Waxman says he wonders how the team\’s owner and the NFL can justify the Redskins\’ name.
The pressure for the NBA and its fans to sanction Clippers owner Donald Sterling reached a fever pitch Monday, just days after audio of the businessman making racist comments to his then girlfriend surfaced. But the fight to oust the word Redskins from Washington\’s football franchise lacks the same emotional response.
Regardless of what we think of the name or Snyder himself, some genuine good is getting done here.
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