As 2020 comes to a close, we look back at the top columns of the year by Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt.
Best of 2020: Top stories and columns from The Washington Times
Read the top stories and columns of the year, including Washington Times Editorials, Charlie Hurt and Cheryl Chumley.
As 2020 comes to a close, we look back at the top columns of the year by Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley.
As 2020 comes to a close, we look back at the year's top editorials from The Washington Times.
J.D. McKissic's future changed in such a dramatic way over such a short period of time that the veteran running back insists he has trouble keeping track of all the details. Just last week, McKissic thought he was going to join the Buffalo Bills -- so much so he verbally agreed to a two-year, $7 million contract. Then, Washington stepped in with the same offer after the Bills deal was all but done.
At Ohio State's Pro Day on Wednesday, Commanders coach Ron Rivera struck up a conversation with Buckeyes receivers coach Brian Hartline. Video emerged of the two talking, but it was recorded from a far enough distance that it was impossible to hear the content of their conversation.
The thought crossed Logan Thomas' mind because how could it not? This was a new season -- a season that was supposed to be different -- and there Ryan Fitzpatrick was, on the ground in pain. Not even halfway through the second quarter. Of Game 1. Another quarterback hurt.
After a down year with the New England Patriots, plenty of people have questioned whether Newton has a viable future in the NFL. Those doubts even extended to Newton's youth football tournament over the weekend -- where a teenage camper heckled the quarterback to his face in a video that went viral.
The Washington Football Team named Doug Williams a senior adviser to team president Jason Wright on Thursday -- giving the iconic quarterback a new title for the second time in just over a year.
Sunday's Super Bowl between Patrick Mahomes' Kansas City Chiefs and Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers marks the end of a trying season for the country's most popular sport. But the NFL has pulled off what was hard to imagine just months ago.
Tom Brady was far from the first. When Brady agreed to leave the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March, the quarterback joined a line of sure-fire Hall of Famers who spent decades in one town -- only to shock spectators by actually leaving.
If dealt, Deshaun Watson -- a 25-year-old star who led the league in passing yards in 2020 -- would likely be one of the most sought after quarterbacks in quite a while, given his age and talent.