If the Redskins quarterback was producing a sequel to last year’s documentary, it might be called “RGIII: We Fixed What We Had to Fix.” Not quite as stirring as “The Will to Win.”
Watt had two years left on his contract that was due to pay him $1.9 million this year and just under $7 million in 2015. He expressed his desire for a new contract last month.
Two nights after having to rally from a halftime deficit and pull away in the fourth quarter for a 98-77 victory over Turkey, the U.S. led this one wire to wire. The game was close only for a little more than a quarter.
The 55-year-old Irsay will be on probation for a year and will be required to submit to drug tests. His driver’s license has been suspended for one year.
European captain Paul McGinley chose Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Stephen Gallacher as his wild-card selections Tuesday for the Ryder Cup - leaving former No. 1 Luke Donald off the team.
Edith Ihenacho never wanted her sons to play football. It was a violent game, she believed. Too violent. And surely her boys would get hurt. Eventually her son Duke made the leap, and he and his brothers never looked back.
Denard Span hit two of Washington’s four homers, Gio Gonzalez got his first victory of the second half and the Nationals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-4 Monday night in a matchup of division leaders.
McDonald is a knucklehead if he put his hands on his fiancée at all, but doubly so for positioning himself to be a guinea pig after Ray Rice’s incident led to heightened awareness.
Hamels was pulled after six innings. He struck out seven, walked five, hit a batter and threw 108 pitches on a warm Monday afternoon at Turner Field. He left for a pinch-hitter in the seventh.
Jay Gruden talks about the process of whittling Washington’s roster to 53 players and the addition of former Broncos safety Duke Ihenacho.
During the offseason, Virginia football coach Mike London decided the only way to turn around the Cavaliers was to make players more accountable for mistakes. The new mentality was evident in Saturday’s 28-20 loss to No. 7 UCLA.
Kirk played the final 36 holes with Rory McIlroy and outplayed the world’s No. 1 player. Of far greater importance was winning this FedEx Cup playoff event, and he got it done with a bogey-free final round.