Washington has made massive commitments to John Wall, Bradley Beal and Otto Porter. Their contracts are a $400-million-plus bet from owner Ted Leonsis that they will bring the Wizards a title.
The Wizards and John Wall agreed to a four-year, $170 million “supermax” contract Friday, according to multiple reports.
The Texas Rangers are exploring trading star pitcher Yu Darvish ahead of the July 31 trade deadline, according to Yahoo’s Jeff Passan.
This weekend’s series will feature some of the best pitchers in baseball: Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Zack Greinke and Robbie Ray.
The Cowboys didn’t do anything too crazy this offseason, and they didn’t need to.
Jerry Jones — owner, president, and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys — spoke about his accomplishments on a conference call Thursday, as he prepares to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Aug. 5.
The Potomac Nationals have made a name for themselves with off-the-wall promotions like “The Ode to Tommy John Surgery Elbow Statue Giveaway.”
A new minor league ballpark? No. A new football stadium for the Washington Redskins? Are you serious? In Virginia, it’s always “no.”
What better way to be on national TV for an O.J. Simpson parole hearing than to wear a Kansas City Chiefs tie?
After suggesting free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick should cut his afro to appear more presentable earlier this week, retired NFL quarterback Michael Vick apologized for his previous comments on Thursday.
Alex Meyer, the former Washington Nationals first-round draft pick and now Los Angeles Angels starter, pitched a stellar game against his former club Wednesday, going seven innings and allowing no runs.
Derrick Rose and the Cleveland Cavaliers are discussing a one-year contract to bring the former MVP to Cleveland, ESPN reported on Thursday.
The Nationals are still in the hunt for a closer and they’ve targeted Detroit’s Justin Wilson, according to Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal.
Not to suggest that players are suckers, as millionaires, when they offer breaks to owners, the billionaires. But it’s like the 99 percent worrying about the 1 percent’s financial well-being.
The Redskins appear high, low, and in the middle of the USA Today writer Nate Davis’ rankings, ranging from the sixth-best offensive line to the second-worst defensive line.