• By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    NFL COACHES CAN RETURN TO THEIR TEAMS' FACILITIES FRIDAY

    Most players still are not permitted to be in teams' facilities.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    FSU CAPTAIN DISPUTES COACH MIKE NORVELL'S COMMENTS, THREATENS WORKOUT BOYCOTT

    Standout defensive tackle Marvin Wilson accuses first-year Seminoles coach of lying about speaking to each member of team individually...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    RUSSELL WILSON, COCO GAUFF CALL FOR SYSTEMIC CHANGE AFTER GEORGE FLOYD'S MURDER

    The Seahawks quarterback tells of his experiences with racism and about how he'll raise his children.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    MISSOURI FOOTBALL TEAM'S MARCH ENDS WITH PLAYERS REGISTERING TO VOTE

    'Our integrity is when words and actions come into alignment. So we did that,' Coach Eliah Drinkwitz said.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    DREW BREES APOLOGIZES, IS ‘SICK FOR THE WAY MY COMMENTS WERE PERCEIVED'

    The Saints quarterback had equated protests over racial injustice and police brutality with a lack of respect for the flag.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    DREW BREES IS WRONG, BUT HE CAN BE REACHED

    Quarterback's lack of growth and understanding in his response to the anthem protests shows that anyone can be a good person - and...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    ‘THE MESSAGE HASN'T CHANGED:' NFL PLAYERS SEE ECHOS OF COLIN KAEPERNICK'S PROTEST ACROSS THE COUNTRY

    Anquan Boldin and Brandon Marshall, both outspoken in matters of social justice and police reform, talk about their experiences and...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    PETE CARROLL HEAPS PRAISE ON COLIN KAEPERNICK, FAILS TO MENTION SEAHAWKS' CHANCES TO SIGN QB

    Carroll called the famously unemployed Kaepernick “a symbol of courage” for initiating protests of police brutality by kneeling during...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    THE GAMES WILL COME BACK. WILL THE CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS AND MARKETING CAMPAIGNS?

    The novel coronavirus pandemic has delivered a body blow to the economy. When the business of sport gets off the canvas, what will...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 4, 2020

    WHEN WILL SPORTS RETURN? WHERE THINGS STAND WITH NBA, MLB, NFL AND OTHER LEAGUES

    The NBA, NHL, NFL, MLB and MLS consider when, where and how to play their games.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    MARYLAND TO HIRE NEW YORK GIANTS ASSISTANT HENRY BAKER AS CORNERBACKS COACH

    Baker's hiring marks the latest change made by Coach Michael Locksley to his defensive coaching staff.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    MLB FORMALLY REJECTS UNION PROPOSAL, LEAVING 2020 SEASON IN DOUBT

    Union countered league's 50-game concept with a 114-game proposal. The league rejected it and did not offer a counter as the window...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    COUSIN OF REDSKINS CORNERBACK GREG STROMAN SHOT AND KILLED IN RICHMOND

    Jermaine Rayshard Stroman, 30, was found dead in a Richmond hotel, according to multiple reports.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    THE WIZARDS WERE HOPING FOR A SHOT. UNDER THE NBA'S PLAN, THEY WOULD GET IT

    The Wizards sat 5 1/2 games out of the playoff picture when the NBA season stopped.

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  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    FOR DREW BREES, KNEELING DURING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM STILL MEANS ‘DISRESPECTING THE FLAG'

    The Saints quarterback maintained his stance even as Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players pointed out that the protest was to raise...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    NBA'S RETURN-TO-PLAY PLAN TAKES SHAPE BEFORE THURSDAY VOTE

    The NBA's Board of Governors is poised to vote Thursday on a plan to resume the 2019-20 season.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    MLS AND PLAYERS REACH DEAL ON NEW CBA, CLEARING WAY FOR RETURN THIS SUMMER

    All 26 teams will report to Orlando late this month for a tournament.

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    FOR SHAW RESIDENT BEN OLSEN, PROTESTS AND PANDEMIC PUT D.C. UNITED ON BACK BURNER

    "I'm sad. I'm angry. I am confused. It's just a strange time right now,” said United's coach, who lives with his family in one of D.C.'s...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    KINGS ANNOUNCER GRANT NAPEAR RESIGNS AFTER ‘ALL LIVES MATTER' TWEET

    Sacramento's long-time play-by-play man drew criticism from ex-players for using the phrase in the aftermath of the death of George...

  • By Washingtonpost   -   Jun 3, 2020

    BRONCOS COACH VIC FANGIO DOESN'T ‘SEE RACISM' IN THE NFL. SOME PLAYERS DISAGREE

    Fangio says that racism isn't an issue in the league because it's a “meritocracy.”