John Feinstein, who received an angry call from Mike Rizzo for calling Jayson Werth “one of the most arrogant, least likable athletes in sports,” explains his incendiary comments.
John Feinstein is happy Jayson Werth will serve jail time for reckless driving: “Werth is one of the most arrogant, least likable athletes in sports.”
John Feinstein says the Redskins’ ongoing off-the-field saga has left the organization resembling the Kardashian family: “It’s a soap opera reality show at this point. There’s just nothing good going on.”
In the wake of the announcement University of Maryland would be inducting Len Bias into its Hall of Fame, posthumously, columnist John Feinstein wondered aloud, ‘Why now?’
Back in 2012, John Feinstein said the Wizards should trade John Wall for players and a lower pick in the draft and select Kendall Marshall over Bradley Beal. He revisits that moment.
John Feinstein joined his partner Andrew Bogusch to discuss his latest behind-the-scenes look at the sport we love.
An exclusive excerpt from John Feinstein’s book, “Where Nobody Knows Your Name,” which chronicles the lives of those trying to reach Major League Baseball.
John Feinstein joined the Junkies on Thursday and talked about the suspicious NBA draft lottery and what the Wizards can do with the #3 pick.
Feinstein thinks Tiger acted inappropriately and wishes the PGA released his fine after the blowup at Augusta.