Remembering Len Bias

Despite the passage of years, most Washington, D.C.-area sports fans will never forget Len Bias, a Landover-born and University of Maryland standout basketball star whose promising professional career never materialized because of his tragic death 27 years ago.

Redskins Outlast Bears, 45-41

Jordan Reed caught nine passes for 134 yards, including a touchdown to help lead the Washington Redskins to a wild 45-41 victory over the Chicago Bears at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., on Sunday.

Chris 'The Nightmare' Arreola Stops P.G. County's Seth Mitchell With 1st-Round TKO

Chris "The Nightmare" Arreola made short work of Seth Mitchell, dispatching the younger fighter in just 2 minutes and 26 seconds of round one in the main event of Saturday's SHOWTIME BOXING: Special Edition from Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in ...

Howard, Morehouse Ready for Nation's Classic

The long-standing rivalry between Howard University and Morehouse College is scheduled to continue this week as the two highly-respected programs from the country's Historically Black Colleges and Universities gear up for the third annual AT&T Nation's Football Classic.

Goodman League Roundball Classic Doubles as Family Reunion

Former DeMatha standout Victor Oladipo scored 28 points and helped power his team to a 116-116 tie in the Goodman League Roundball Classic held at DeMatha in Hyattsville, Md., on Sunday, Aug. 25.

Who's the Greatest D.C. Sports Star of All Time?

Elvin Hayes is one of basketball’s 50 greatest players, but the "Big E" doesn't top a poll of the greatest athletes in D.C. sports history. Click here to find out who's #1 and weigh in with your own list.

Redskins Pay for Preseason Win Over Pittsburgh

The Washington Redskins' 24-13 preseason victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at FedEx Field on Monday night could turn out to be a costly one.

Torrential Downpours Give Redskins Needed Rest

As dark clouds rolled over the Richmond area on Saturday morning, spectators at the Washington Redskins' practice facility wondered whether the team would actually suit up that day. By the afternoon, heavy rain left no doubt that it wasn't happening.

Gray Announces Stadium Deal with DC United

Mayor Vincent Gray announced Thursday a deal with DC United to build a $300 million, soccer-only stadium at Buzzard Point in Southwest.

Redskins Announce Training Camp Schedule

The Washington Redskins announced Friday the schedule for the 2013 training camp, which will be held at the team's newly-built practice facility in Richmond.

Redskins Open New Training Camp Facility in Richmond

The Washington Redskins opened their new $10 million training camp facility in Richmond on Monday, 11 years after holding the camp at team headquarters in Ashburn.

Wiz Continue Youth Movement With Drafting of Georgetown's Porter

The Washington Wizards front office experienced some nervous moments Thursday prior to making its selection in the 2013 NBA Draft.

Kevin Durant Awards $150K to Three P.G. County Organizations

NBA superstar and D.C.-area native Kevin Durant has awarded $150,000 in grants to three Prince George’s County organizations that were pivotal in his youth.

DCPS Not Giving Female Athletes Fair Shake, Complaint Says

D.C. Public Schools do not give high school girls the same athletic opportunities as their male counterparts, despite federal law prohibiting sex discrimination in federally funded education programs, according to a complaint filed against the schools system by the National ...

RG3: I'll Be Ready 'Without a Doubt' for Training Camp

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told reporters Thursday "without a doubt" that he expects to be healthy and fully participate with the first-team offense when training camp begins next month.