Redskins owner Daniel Snyder met with Maryland lawmakers to discuss allowing sports betting at a new stadium in the state.
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They're big and small. They've been lost while surfing in Hawaii and dancing at Studio 54. They've been found in taxis and hotel nightstands. Each ring, and its wearer, has a unique story to tell.
Two words sum up the Browns' season. Lamar Jackson draws magical comparisons. We see ghosts. We ask "Zeke who?" and wonder just how full that glass is. Worry about your "frickin' meat" and enjoy all that was said in the NFL.
Which players have publicly mulled whether to play football in 2020? Drew Brees, Tom Brady and Greg Olsen lead the list.
Will the Titans give Ryan Tannehill a big contract? Will Jadeveon Clowney leave Seattle? Here are the roster questions facing every team.
The Redskins have fired longtime cap expert Eric Schaffer and have given Doug Williams a new title.
New Redskins coach Ron Rivera has hired Scott Turner, one of his former assistant with Panthers, as his offensive coordinator. Turner is the son of former Redskins head coach Norv Turner.
Clarity on Jameis Winston. An edge rush upgrade in Atlanta. A WR1 for Oakland. A new coach for the Giants. What does each team need?
The Redskins came close to hiring Rick Smith as their team president before Daniel Snyder ultimately decided to hire Ron Rivera as coach and have him run the organization, according to sources.
Ron Rivera was seeking the right fit with his next destination, while the Washington Redskins were seeking a culture change. As a new era began Thursday in D.C., both sides appeared up for the challenge.
The Redskins officially named Ron Rivera their new head coach on Wednesday and he hired Jack Del Rio as defensive coordinator.
Lamar Jackson topped the NFL in touchdown passes and Christian McCaffrey joined rare company with a double 1,000-yard season.
While Drew Brees gave the Saints a great memory, Redskins and Jaguars fans are left to wonder what if. What about the rest of the NFL in the 2010s?
In a decade under Allen, the Redskins were 62-97-1, qualified for the postseason twice and failed to win a playoff game.
Alex Smith says his recovery from broken bones in his leg is "progressing" and that his focus is to someday get back on the field, and not, as some have speculated, to join the Redskins' front office.