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Thom Loverro

Thom Loverro

Thom Loverro has been a professional journalist since 1977, working for a number of newspapers, including eight years as a news editor and reporter for The Baltimore Sun, where he covered government, politics, and crime. He moved into sports writing when he joined The Washington Times in 1992. He moved to The Washington Examiner as a sports columnist in 2009 and returned to The Washington Times in 2013, where he is currently the lead sports columnist.

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Redskins president Bruce Allen helped lobby for the deal that led to the training camp facility in Richmond, and could help influence a new stadium built in Virginia. (Associated Press)

LOVERRO: Possible new stadium location could shift Redskins fandom

Redskins officials appear ready to start the move, entertaining discussions for a new home with officials from Maryland, the District and Virginia. Virginia would seem to have the edge. But the presence of a nearby NFL franchise may complicate that scenario. Published June 14, 2015

Washington Nationals MASN Sports play-by-play announcer was honored this past weekend as co-D.C. sportscaster of the year, along with CSN Washington's Joe Beninati, the voice of the Washington Capitals. (The Washington Times)

LOVERRO: Salisbury, North Carolina, an oasis of hope for sports media

Sports writers and broadcasters flocked to the small town outside of Charlotte to be honored for the work they do in their respective fields -- at a time when that work is often publicly ridiculed and attacked by anonymous critics with keyboard muscles, or dismissed by wealthy athletes with agent-driven personal web sites. Published June 9, 2015

Nationals pitcher Joe Ross made his major-league debut Saturday. He could be part of the 2016 starting rotation. (Associated Press)

LOVERRO: Joe Ross the latest glimpse to Nationals' pipeline

Did you like what you saw Saturday on the mound from 22-year-old Ross at Nationals Park? You may be seeing more of him -- maybe a lot more next season. You may have been looking at one of the members of the Washington Nationals' 2016 starting rotation. Published June 7, 2015