Deriding what he calls anti-American actions by NFL owners and players, Corey Stewart, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate from Virginia, is calling on Congress to revoke the league’s federal antitrust exemptions.
WTOP’s Rob Woodfork explains why he was both heartened and disappointed in this weekend’s NFL protests.
NFL Week 3 was about showing unity, showing behind, and showing any team can win on any given Sunday.
They may not be welcome at the White House but the Golden State Warriors are still invited to visit the nation’s capital.
Los Angeles has two NFL teams again, and nobody in LA cares. See why that’s just fine with the NFL owners.
Tight ends, remarkable trends, and Dr. Seuss! These are the highlights of NFL Week Deuce.
Do you think football players should stick to sports? Whether it’s J.J. Watt raising money for Houston or others raising awareness for social causes, Rob Woodfork tells you why athletes need to use their voices.
Great debuts, an early championship game preview, and two tales of two brothers highlight the NFL Week 1 Recap.
The NFL is back, and so is Rob Woodfork’s comprehensive preview. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see full division previews plus playoff and awards predictions.
WTOP’s Rob Woodfork says that by dragging their feet, the Baltimore Ravens have removed any question that Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the NFL.
WTOP’s Rob Woodfork says no deadline deal means no more Kirk Cousins in Washington.
ESPN should be embarrassed for bringing back Hank Williams Jr. — and not for the reason you think.
Who are the best and worst first-rounders in Redskins draft history? Here’s a look at the top and bottom five.
WASHINGTON — Even though it seems Tony Romo’s playing days are over, he’s still winning. The now-former quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys has announced he’s leaving the game just shy of his 37th birthday to…
With the Oakland Raiders making the move to Las Vegas, WTOP’s Rob Woodfork asks the three most pressing questions about the NFL and team relocation.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.