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Will the fog lift with the arrival of Robert Griffin III, who has brought hope to D.C.? The Washington Times tackles the season with a focus on the most important position in football — looking back, looking deep and looking ahead.
Playing quarterback in the NFL used to require the football equivalent of a Class A license. Either that or you had to be certified to operate heavy machinery — a crane, say.
Cleveland Indians manager Manny Acta shrugged off comments by closer Chris Perez about the way the team has been run, saying he cares more about how the right-hander performs in the ninth inning.
Sport's highest court has found Serbian tennis player David Savic guilty of match-fixing and confirmed his life ban.
Maryland linebacker Demetrius Hartsfield wanted to move on from the Terrapins' season-opening defeat of William & Mary on Saturday as quickly as possible.
Former Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital on Wednesday.
Saturday's college football
Heath Shuler knew what he had to say. It was the fall of 1994, and Washington Redskins coach Norv Turner was giving the touted rookie quarterback the chance to make his NFL debut against the defending Super Bowl-champion Dallas Cowboys.
Bo Van Pelt should feel right at home this weekend.