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The English star's stunning free kick holds up as lone score in 1-0 win over Toronto that puts D.C. on cusp of a once-unfathomable postseason spot.

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The team has struggled to build a fan base since moving from San Diego last year, and its revenue goal from a new stadium set to open in 2020 was reportedly revised downward sharply.

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Bucky Harris of the 1924 Washington Senators sought to gain an advantage on the powerful New York Giants by making them think they were going to face a certain pitcher for much longer than how it played out. It worked for Harris.

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Jamison Crowder isn't the only Washington player dealing with a lingering injury ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Cowboys.

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Adrian Peterson made shirts commemorating his shoe getting stuck in a face mask

The Redskins' running back and Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly combined for one of the strangest plays of the season.

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The University System of Maryland said Wednesday that within one week of an Oct. 23 meeting it intends to make the commission findings public and “to announce any initial decisions and/or recommendations from the board.”

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The coach never left after the program was shut down in December 2014. Now, just two years after the Blazers returned, he has a chance at leading them to their best season.

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The Hawks are 11-1 entering their season-finale, despite losing key contributors from last season.

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With few players protesting during the anthem this season, the owners leave a two-day meeting without discussing the anthem policy.

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“Under Roger Goodell’s leadership, we really are the best I’ve ever seen us in the National Football League," Cowboys owner says at the conclusion of a two-day owners' meeting.

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Redskins Coach Jay Gruden criticized Smith this week for not getting the ball out more quickly, one area of potential growth moving forward.

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Porter enters another season as the Wizards' highest-paid yet third-best player. All the team wants is for him to shoot more.

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The Redskins' running back and Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly combined for one of the strangest plays of the season.

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