Ted Leonsis Didn't Mean to Alarm Fans About Possible Move from D.C.Ted Leonsis walks back comments hinting at a possible move from Verizon Center.
Ted Leonsis Buys Second Arena Football League TeamMonumental Network invests in a second AFL team before an NBA D-League team.
Ted Leonsis: NFL Viewer Stagnation a Long Time ComingIt's the prevailing NFL storyline this season, as the viewership bubble has burst. But Leonsis says it's a situations years in the making.
Ted Leonsis Loves Caps, Wiz in Downtown D.C., But...He loves Washington, but Leonsis has one of the worst venue arrangements in professional sports. Once it's paid off, all options are open.
Arena Football Team Coming to D.C.'s Verizon CenterRegardless of what the Washington Redskins decide on their future, there will be professional football played back in the nation's capital.
Ted Leonsis Acquires Arena Football League Team, Which Begins Play in D.C. in 2017D.C. is getting an Arena Football League team, acquired by Ted Leonsis, which begins play in 2017.
Ted Leonsis Offers to Cover Wizards, Caps for The Washington PostTed Leonsis, who owns the Wizards and Capitals, offered in a Facebook comment to cover the two teams for The Washington Post.
Ted Leonsis on Wizards Predictions: 'No one knows nothing'Ted Leonsis still isn't paying attention to Wizards hype because "no one knows nothing."
Leonsis, Cuban, Jordan Invest in Sports Data CompanyThree of the NBA's owners have invested in a sports data site that also has ties to sports gambling.
Capitals Owner Remains Committed to Building Around OvechkinWashington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis said Saturday that "I feel I haven't met my commitment" to Alex Ovechkin "that we would build a team that would be able to win Stanley Cups."
Sports Radio Hosts Punch Back at Wizards, Caps Owner Ted LeonsisSports radio hosts Chad Dukes and Eric Bickel fire back at Wizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis: "It's not our job to make it a sports town!"
Ted Leonsis Buries Hatchet with Sports Radio Host Chad DukesWizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis buries the hatchet with sports radio host Chad Dukes, whom he was critical of regarding coverage of his teams.