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McCloughan: Redskins to Hold Open Competition at QB

The Redskins starting QB job is open to the best man, Scot McCloughan says, but it will start as “Robert’s job to lose.”



Ted Leonsis Buries Hatchet with Sports Radio Host Chad Dukes

Wizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis buries the hatchet with sports radio host Chad Dukes, whom he was critical of regarding coverage of his teams.


Jay Beagle scores a goal in Game Three

Jay Beagle’s Game 3 Goal the Result of Positioning Himself to be Lucky

Jay Beagle’s decisive Game 3 goal may have been lucky, but being in the position to be lucky was a feat in and of itself.


Offensive lineman Brandon Scherff.  (Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images)

Arrington: Scherff is ‘The Pick of the First Round’

“I thought that was the best pick of the first round. He has a tenacity about him that is unmatched by any other lineman in this draft.”



Ross Tucker: Redskins May Have Made ‘Huge Mistake’ Passing on Leonard Williams

The Redskins may have made a “huge mistake” in passing on Leonard Williams for Brandon Scherff, Ross Tucker says.


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Randy Wittman Says Sometimes He Wouldn’t ‘Go for a Win’ in Regular Season

Randy Wittman says sometimes he’d bite his tongue and not go for a regular season win in the interest of preserving players for postseason.


Nationals GM Mike Rizzo

Nationals’ GM Mike Rizzo: ‘I Hate the DH’

Max Scherzer inadvertently reignited an argument over the American League’s designated hitter rule. Nationals GM Mike Rizzo says: “I hate the DH.”


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Analyzing Redskins’ Risk in Picking Up RGIII’s Option

Analyzing the risk the Redskins have assumed in picking up Robert Griffin III’s option for 2016.


Wes Johnson and Bob McDonald Unleash the Fury

Wes Johnson Gets Caps Fans Ready to Unleash the Fury Against Islanders (Listen)

Caps’ PA announcer Wes Johnson has something to get you ready to absolutely unleash the fury during Game 5.