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Latest Vince Young Items
To the list of modern dating essentials — breath mints, a clean shirt, the ability to sit through a chick flick or comic book movie with minimal fuss — add the following: Do-it-yourself background checks.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 20-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Mike Shanahan dedicated a few hours during his bye week Sunday to preview the NFL's greatest calamity. Shanahan watched the Philadelphia Eagles' fourth straight loss, a five-turnover defeat against Buffalo, from his home.
Life is pretty sweet for your average D.C. sports fan these days. The Washington Redskins are riding a division-leading 3-1 record into the bye week, and the Capitals are ready to kick off their season with legitimate title hopes on the line.
Humbled by an awful start, the Philadelphia Eagles are ready to bury that "Dream Team" label.
Texas is taking a ghost from Oklahoma's past into this weekend's Red River Rivalry game.
When Eagles players, the Jets coach and the Cowboys owner ramped up the expectations for their teams, it seemed reasonable. All had the talent to challenge for a championship.
For a Texas quarterback, there is no quicker way to winning the hearts of Longhorns fans than to beat Oklahoma.
Mike Heimerdinger, a veteran assistant in the NFL who coached players including Steve McNair, Jay Cutler and Vince Young, has died. He was 58.