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Cousins Future is Cloudy!

Kirk Cousins is set to become the first quarterback in NFL history to receive the franchise tag in two consecutive years. Now the question is - does Cousins receive the exclusive or the non-exclusive tag and don't kid yourself, it matters! This is what each side must consider depending on what decision the Redskins make.

Buck Showalter Sees Signs Ubaldo Jimenez's Late-Season Success Will Continue In 2017

Ubaldo Jimenez closed out the 2016 season with a 3-1 record and 2.51 ERA in his final five starts, and the early signs from spring training indicate the Orioles right-hander is on track to pick up where he left off.

Game Notes at NY Rangers, 2/28/17

The Capitals conclude their two-game road trip on Tuesday against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

Jim Henneman: Outfield-Depth Debate Spans Decades

Jim Henneman says the spat between Adam Jones and Dan Duquette regarding the center fielder's outfield positioning is a narrative that has existed in baseball for decades.

Caps Take Another Crack at Rangers in NYC

After dropping each of their first two meetings against their Metro Division rivals this season, the Caps hope the third time is the charm

Six Local Players To Watch During The NFL Combine

Connor Glowacki takes a look at six prospects with local ties who are looking to boost their draft profiles at the 2017 NFL Combine, including Frederick, Md., native Nate Hairston and University of Maryland DB Will Likely.

Ryan Moran Earns First Career UMBC Victory

UMBC lacrosse coach Ryan Moran didn't shy away from a tough early-season schedule to challenge his players, but everything came together for the Retrievers against Mercer, giving Moran his first win a head coach.

Washington Capitals, MSE Foundation, SuperFd to Release Cooking With the Caps March 4

Cooking with the Caps, a Washington Capitals Cookbook presented by SuperFd Catering, will be available for purchase beginning Saturday, March 4. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit DC Central Kitchen.

Maryland Basketball Drops Out Of AP Top 25, USA Today Coaches Poll

The University of Maryland men's basketball team has fallen out of the top 25 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and AP poll.

Wizards Week Ahead - 2/27/17

A week full of playoff teams awaits Washington after a tough couple of games following the All-Star break.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 27, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Wizards' post-All-Star slump and the latest from Nationals spring training.

Who Was The Biggest Draft Bust In Ravens History?

The Ravens have confirmed that Matt Elam's time in Baltimore is finished, but is the former first-round pick the biggest draft bust in Ravens history? Glenn Clark gives the award to someone else.

Caps Today, 2/27/17

Alex Ovechkin has recorded 1,020 points (552, 468a) in 900 career games, marking the second-most points among active NHL players through their first 900 games.

Capitals to Host Salute to the Military Night Thursday, March 2

The Washington Capitals will host their 15th annual Salute to the Military Night on Thursday, March 2, during the game against the New Jersey Devils at Verizon Center at 7 p.m. Salute to the Military Night is an evening dedicated to honoring the men and women who have served the country in the armed forces.

Wizards out of tune, fall 102-92 to Jazz

The Wizards returned home for the first time in nearly two weeks, but lost to a tough Jazz team on Sunday, 102-92.

Michael Bourn Doesn't Think Football Injury Is A Joke

Outfielder Michael Bourn's finger injury and pitcher Wade Miley's first start of spring T=training were two of the notable storylines as the O's defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-3, Feb. 26.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Preds 5, Caps 2

Preds' three-goal second is too much for Caps to overcome, secondary scoring is up, Ovechkin skates in 900th game, more

Capitals Re-assign Barber and Ness to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Riley Barber and defenseman Aaron Ness to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Wizards back at Verizon Center to host Jazz

The Wizards return home to host the Utah Jazz on Sunday evening.

Terps Fall To Hot-Shooting Iowa For Third Straight Loss

Maryland failed to stop Iowa's hot-shooting and fell to the Hawkeyes, 83-69, to drop to 22-7 overall and 10-6 in the Big Ten after the team's third straight loss.

Preds Pounce on Caps, 5-2

The Preds strike for three in the second to erase an early Caps lead and send Washington to a multi-goal defeat

Michael Bourn's Injury Complicates Orioles Outfield Situation

An injury to outfielder Michael Bourn's finger was one of the notable storylines as the Baltimore Orioles fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-2, in a spring training matchup Feb. 25.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

No morning skate ahead of this afternoon's Caps-Predators game, but here are some notes and news related to tonight's game

Gruden Growing In Power?

Jay Gruden is entering year number four of a contracted five seasons as Redskins head coach. He fired one coordinator and lost another one to the Rams. Many have him as a dead-man walking entering a crucial make-or-break year and while all of that still might be true, an interesting dynamic has taken place. One that sees Gruden on the rise.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 2, Oilers 1

Kuznetsov helps neutralize McDavid as suddenly injury-riddled Caps edge Oilers to earn 13th straight win on home ice

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/25/17

Alex Ovechkin is aiming to have the second-most points among active NHL players through their first 900 games.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Feb. 20-24, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Jalen Smith and Kyle Snyder.

Music City Saturday Night for Caps

Caps finish a set of back-to-backs against the Predators in Nashville on Saturday night

Caps Edge Edmonton, 2-1

Holtby stops 30 shots, Williams supplies game-winner and Kuznetsov neutralizes McDavid to lead Caps to franchise record tying 13th straight home win

Game Notes at Nashville, 2/25/17

The Capitals face the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena on Saturday in the first of two meetings between the teams this season.

Wizards fall flat in Philly out of the All-Star break

Bradley Beal led the game with 40 points Friday, but Washington couldn't overcome the Sixers' energy in the first game back after a week off.

Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 2/24/17

The Capitals defeated the Oilers 2-1 on Friday.

Orioles High On Rule 5 Pick Anthony Santander

"He’s a good looking hitter," Buck Showalter said of Anthony Santander. "... I’m really anxious, looking forward to seeing him in the outfield. Watching him throw, it looks like his arm is going to work OK, too."

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

Caps dealing with some injury woes as they prepare for a tough set of back-to-back games against Western Conference foes, more

Ravens' Top Three Needs For 2017 NFL Draft

Ken Zalis takes a look at the Ravens' three biggest draft needs and which prospects could be available to them with the No. 16 overall pick, including Western Michigan receiver Corey Davis.

Mount St. Joe Runners Motivated To Set The Bar

Mount St. Joe has excelled in MIAA cross country and track and field in recent years, and the Gaels' coaches see no reason for the progress to slow moving forward.

Redskins Won’t Talk at NFL Combine?

The franchise tag deadline is looming. Free agency is straight ahead and the building might just be on fire. However, even as the Redskins pack up the circus tent and head to Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine, it appears as they'll be hitting the mute button, once again, for everyone. And it's a shame.

UMBC Trio On The Brink Of 1,000-Point Mark

As the UMBC men's basketball team prepares for its final regular-season game Feb. 25, Will Darley, Jairus Lyles and Rodney Elliott are each 13 or fewer points away from 1,000 in their careers.

Glenn Clark: Adam Jones Cares About The Only Thing That Matters

Glenn Clark says Orioles center fielder Adam Jones is a tremendous baseball player who cares most about the only thing that matters: winning.

Wizards Today 2-24

The Wizards take on the 76ers tonight in Philly. The season series is tied at 1-1.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 24, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Matt Wieters' official signing with the Nationals, who play their first spring training game Feb. 25 against the Mets.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/24/17

During its home-winning streak, Washington has outscored opponents 62-19 and posted five shutouts.

Wizards return to action

The Wizards return to action after the all-star break.

PressBox, GBMC Honor Parkville High School's Michell Ruiz

Parkville High School three-sport athlete Michell Ruiz was honored with the PressBox Unsung Hero Award presented by GBMC.

Caps Come Home to Entertain Edmonton

Washington hosts Oilers in Caps' lone home game in a six-game stretch, and Connor McDavid's Verizon Center debut

Genesis Lucas Sparks Coppin State's Turnaround

Despite starting the season 0-12, Coppin State can clinch a winning conference record for the 12th time in the last 14 seasons with a win against Morgan State Feb. 27.

Donnie Hart Hoping For Repeat Of Spectacular 2016

"I don't think there's a whole lot, from a number side of it, that I can do better than I what I did last year," Donnie Hart said. "It's one of those things where I'm going to have to take the same approach and stick with it."

Game Notes vs. Edmonton, 2/24/17

The Washington Capitals return to Verizon Center on Friday to face the Edmonton Oilers.

Matt Wieters' True Potential Missed In 'Hidden Figures'

Jim Henneman goes around the world of Major League Baseball, and he says somewhere along the line, analytics clouded the true value of former Orioles catcher Matt Wieters.

Capitals Recall Barber and Ness from Hershey

The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Riley Barber and defenseman Aaron Ness from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Redskins' Top Three Needs For 2017 NFL Draft

Ken Zalis takes a look at the Redskins' three biggest draft needs and which prospects could be available to them with the No. 17 overall pick, including Michigan defensive end Taco Charlton.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 4, Flyers 1

Caps pick up 40th win of season in Philly, Williams and Eller reach career milestones, more

Qadry Ismail: Wide Receiver Development Is Biggest Question Facing Ravens

PressBox talked to WIYY-FM Ravens radio color analyst Qadry Ismail about the organization's historic struggles when it comes to developing wide receivers, the positional free-agent philosophy and more.

Romo a Redskin?

Could the somewhat unthinkable be a reality? Could a man who was chosen by the legendary Bill Parcells, who was groomed and beloved by many for wearing a star on his helmet, become a member of the burgundy and gold? It's a possibility. How big? That remains to be seen. Would they be better with him than the guy they are letting dangle?

Former Towson RB Darius Victor Eager To Prove NFL Worth

After a toe injury cut short his senior season, former Towson running back Darius Victor wants NFL teams to know he's healthy and ready to contribute at the next level.

As the Kirk Turns

The clock is ticking. The franchise tag deadline is looming but unlike last year, when there was no chance anybody would pay the ransom and a monster contract for Kirk Cousins, a good chance does exist for that exact scenario this year. The problem with the entire situation? The Redskins could continue to lose in every way possible, as they have, the entire time.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 23, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Capitals' 4-1 win against Philadelphia and the Terps' 89-75 loss to Minnesota.

Capitals Re-assign Travis Boyd to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Travis Boyd to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Caps Today, 2/23/17

The Capitals defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Wednesday to become the first team in the NHL this season to reach 40 wins (40-12-7).

Terps Stumble Late Against Minnesota, Lose Second Straight

"If we just calm down and just know how we've been playing all year, I think we'll be fine," Jaylen Brantley said after the Terps' 89-75 loss to Minnesota. "We're 22-6. We've been playing great all season. We just can't panic right now."

Caps Flip Flyers, 4-1

Evgeny Kuznetsov scored a pair of goals and Nicklas Backstrom had a pair of points to help key the Caps' 40th win - and Holtby's 30th - of the season

Bogdanovic boosts bench as Wizards gear up for final stretch

Washington made a move to add bench scoring for a run to the playoffs, acquiring Bojan Bogdanovic and Chris McCullough on Wednesday.

Wizards Acquire Bojan Bogdanovic and Chris McCullough

Washington Sends Nicholson, Thornton and a Protected 2017 First Round Pick to Brooklyn

Tianna Hawkins Returns to Mystics

Mystics announced that the free agent forward and DMV native has re-signed with the team.

Orioles' Zach Britton Isn't Worried About Oblique Muscle

"I don't think it's anything serious," Orioles closer Zach Britton said of his oblique discomfort. "It was more just soreness in an area that I don't normally get soreness."

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

Caps and Flyers renew rivalry on Rivalry Night, Caps aim to fix firsts and keep the Flyers' power play off the ice, more

Ravens Have Important Salary Cap Decisions To Make

With the 2017 NFL calendar year officially beginning at 4 p.m. March 9, Glenn Clark takes a look at some of the Baltimore Ravens' potential cap casualties and offers his opinion on each case.

Why Owen Hart Should Not Be In WWE Hall Of Fame

Ever since Owen Hart's death in a 1999 WWE pay-per-view event, pro wrestling fans have clamored for his WWE Hall of Fame induction, however, Kevin Eck says Hart does not belong for multiple reasons.

The Cult of Colt!

For a guy who hasn't played in a regular season game since the 2015 season, Colt McCoy has a dedicated group of supporters that matter in the football world. Now the question is this: Will that support manifest itself in a starting job for the Redskins? In 2017?

Five Things To Know About Orioles Pitcher Vidal Nuno

The Orioles acquired left-hander Vidal Nuno from the Dodgers Feb. 19. Did you know his first career loss came at the hands of an Orioles' extra-inning, walk-off home run?

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. Talks Potential Defensive Picks For Ravens In 2017 NFL Draft

ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. says the Ravens have holes to fill at cornerback and pass rusher, and he thinks Washington's Sidney Jones could be a good pick for the Ravens in the 2017 NFL Draft.

All-Star Break Roundtable: What's next for Wizards?

On fire heading into the All-Star break, Washington looks poised for a playoff run. Our blog writers look into five big questions.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 22, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Nationals' signing of catcher Matt Wieters, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon's comments about Melo Trimble and more.

PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 66

Todd Karpovich offers a roundup of the latest high school lacrosse news, including the coaching change coming to St. Paul's and more.

Trey Whitty Named Successor To Rick Brocato At St. Paul's

St. Paul's School didn't have to stray far to find its new boys' lacrosse coach, and Trey Whitty says he "will honor the traditions of the St. Paul's lacrosse program while leading [the team] into a new era of excellence."

PressBox Lacrosse Spotlight: Mount St. Joseph Midfielder Griffin Corbett

Mount St. Joseph midfielder Griffin Corbett talks with PressBox about playing MIAA lacrosse, his decision to commit to Jacksonville University and more.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/22/17

The Capitals have scored 18 power-play goals in their last 19 games.

Caps Face Flyers in Philly

The Caps look to reverse a short two-game slide (0-1-1) on Wednesday night against the Flyers in Philadelphia

Orioles Continue Active February, Add Fourth Player In Past Four Days

It's been a busy four days for the Orioles, with the team adding two left-handed pitchers and two veteran outfielders.

Game Notes at Philadelphia, 2/22/17

The Capitals face the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday in the third of four meetings between the teams this season.

Spring Baseball Calendar Now Dictated By Arbitration

With salaries and counter offers dominating the spring baseball talk more than balls and strikes, Jim Henneman wonders who the real winners and losers are in the game of arbitration.

Key NFL Free Agents By Position: The Ravens' Perspective

Ken Zalis looks at the top unrestricted free agents at each position, and highlights the players who might be a good fit for the Baltimore Ravens in 2017.

Glenn Younes: Terps 'Are Probably Going To Be A Five Seed'

Glenn Younes talks about the Terps and touches on the Capitals, Redskins and Ravens, and he says Maryland is good enough to beat any team in the Big Ten but is also unpredictable enough to lose to those same teams.

After Being Shot, Towson's John Davis Emotionally Fuels Tigers

While a bullet may have ended Towson forward John Davis' college basketball career, Stan "The Fan" Charles says the incident could help spark the Tigers during this year's CAA Tournament.

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. Talks Potential First-Round Picks For Ravens In 2017 NFL Draft

Mel Kiper Jr. joined Glenn Clark Radio on Feb. 17 to discuss different playmakers the Baltimore Ravens could grab in the 2017 NFL Draft.

With Michal Cekovsky Out, Terps' Depth To Be Tested

With junior center Michal Cekovsky out for the remainder of the season, Luke Jackson says other Terps must step up in the frontcourt.

Washington Capitals Launch Stick With Fitness

The Washington Capitals announced today Stick With Fitness, a physical education challenge that encourages children to be more physically active.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 21, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including why it's in quarterback Kirk Cousins' financial interest not to sign a long-term deal with the Washington Redskins before the franchise tag deadline.

Caps Today, 2/21/17

The Capitals have allowed two goals or fewer in a League-leading 37 games this season.

Capitals Recall Travis Boyd from Hershey

The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Travis Boyd from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Orioles Re-Sign Michael Bourn To Minor League Contract

The Orioles signed outfielder Michael Bourn to a minor league contract Feb. 20, which adds yet another speedy, defensive-minded outfielder to a team in need of them.

Terps' Michal Cekovsky To Miss Remainder Of Season

Maryland center Michal Cekovsky will miss the remainder of the season after fracturing his left ankle during the second half of the Terps' game against Wisconsin Feb. 19.

Wizards Week Ahead - 2/20/17

The Wizards return to action on Friday in Philadelphia before playing the Jazz at home on Sunday this week.

Back With The Orioles, Robert Andino Hopes To Make A Difference

Baltimore fan favorite Robert Andino is excited to be back in the Orioles' organization, as the longtime infielder says, "Baltimore's always my home."

Inside this Dope Soul

An in-depth look into the life of second-year forward, Kelly Oubre Jr.

Maryland Basketball Holds On To Spot In AP Top 25, USA Today Coaches Poll

Despite a third straight 1-1 week, the University of Maryland men's basketball team remains in the top 25 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and AP poll.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Rangers 2, Caps 1

Caps drop second one-goal game in as many afternoons, Grubauer is outstanding again, Ovechkin adds a power-play goal, more

Johns Hopkins Prevails In Annual 'Battle Of Charles Street'

"Our guys showed a lot of character," Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala said after his team's OT win against Loyola. The Blue Jays are now 3-0 on the season heading into a showdown against No. 2 North Carolina Feb. 25.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 20, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Capitals' two-game losing streak coming out of the bye week and the Terps' second-half collapse against Wisconsin.

Did Ravens Make The Right Picks In 2016 NFL Draft?

With their rookie seasons behind them, here's how the Ravens' first three 2016 draft picks performed in comparison to the three players selected directly after them in their respective rounds.

DC Grays Partner With Headfirst Honor Roll Camps To Sponsor Division I Baseball Games

The Headfirst Honor Roll Camps Collegiate Challenge, powered by the DC Grays, will take place March 3, 4 and 5, and will feature Harvard, Lafayette College and Coppin State University.

Orioles Acquire Lefty Swingman Vidal Nuno From Dodgers

In need of another left-hander for the bullpen, Orioles EVP Dan Duquette acquired Vidal Nuno from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for minor league pitcher Ryan Moseley.

Capitals Re-assign Jakub Vrana to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Jakub Vrana to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Rangers Nip Caps, 2-1

Zuccarello's goal in the third is the difference as the Caps fall for the second time in as many days

Melo Trimble Stars, But Maryland Falls At Wisconsin

Melo Trimble scored 27 points and keyed a six-point halftime lead for the Terps, but the Badgers played a terrific second half and handed Maryland just its second road loss of the season Feb. 19.

Adam Jones: 'I'm Here For One Reason And That's To Win'

During Adam Jones' first session with the Baltimore media this spring, the center fielder spoke about his outfield positioning, his desire to win, the World Baseball Classic and more.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

No skate before Sunday's matinee in Manhattan but here are notes and news related to the Caps-Rangers contest

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Wings 3, Caps 2 (SO)

Caps' comeback falls short in first game back after bye week, but they earn a point in their last ever visit to Joe Louis Arena

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/19/17

The Capitals complete their 11th back-to-back set of the season today against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

Caps Get Right Back at it vs. Rangers

Following Saturday's shootout loss to the Red Wings in Detroit, Caps get right back at it on Sunday against Rangers in New York

Caps Drop Shootout Decision in Detroit, 3-2

Washington digs out of a two-goal hole in its first game in a week, but falls in the shootout in its final game ever at Joe Louis Arena

Game Notes at NY Rangers, 2/19/17

The Capitals face the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Sunday in the second of four meetings between the teams this season.

Manny Machado's Spring Prep Moved Up Due To World Baseball Classic

Orioles third baseman Manny Machado held court with the Baltimore media in Sarasota, Fla., Feb. 18, discussing his preparation for the World Baseball Classic and more.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

No skate before today's matinee match at Joe Louis Arena, but several Caps share memories of The Joe as they prepare to play there for final time ever

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/18/17

Washington has won four consecutive games against the Red Wings and six of its last seven against Detroit (6-1-0).

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Feb. 11-17, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Lefty Driesell and Mel Kiper Jr.

Running Blog of John Wall at 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans

Updates from John Wall at NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.

Wizards focused heading into All-Star break

With a 34-21 record entering the All-Star break, the Wizards are focused on what lies ahead.

Caps Get Back to Work in Motown

Their bye week behind them, the Caps head into the stretch run of 2016-17 beginning with a Saturday matinee in the Motor City

Game Notes at Detroit, 2/18/17

The Capitals return to action following their bye week on Saturday against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena.

Chris Davis Takes His Orioles Seniority Seriously

"The older I get and the closer these guys get to free agency ... the more you realize that you have a sense of urgency about winning," Chris Davis said of the Orioles' core entering 2017.

Craig Laughlin: This Year's Capitals Have A Different Mentality

Former Capitals forward and current Comcast SportsNet color analyst Craig Laughlin says this year's Capitals have a chemistry like he's never seen from a Washington hockey team.

Back Spasms Delay J.J. Hardy's Spring Training Debut

"Not too concerned, just because I've dealt with this pretty much every year," J.J. Hardy said of a lower back injury that will cause him to miss some time during spring training.

A Memorable Final Season For Navy's Sarita Condie

Senior guard Sarita Condie has put Navy in position for a run at the league title and the Midshipmen's first NCAA Tournament berth since the 2012-13 season.

Glenn Clark: Orioles Shouldn't Play In World Baseball Classic, Because It's Stupid

Glenn Clark says the World Baseball Classic is absurdly nonsensical, and he says there's no reason for fans to be accepting of players from their favorite teams participating.

Inside the Numbers - DeSean Jackson vs. Pierre Garcon

The Redskins have a LOT of issues to deal with. The smoke in Ashburn might be choking the life out of any remaining common sense, but thankfully, we have this forum to make an argument and provide data so that you can make an educated decision on who the Redskins should bring back at receiver.

Gosselin Special Teams Rankings: Ravens Again In Top Five

The Ravens are the only team in the NFL to post a top-five ranking for five straight years in the annual Gosselin special teams rankings.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 17, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' 111-98 win against the Pacers, which sends Washington into the All-Star break on a four-game win streak.

Caps Today, 2/17/17

Braden Holtby is one win shy of becoming the second goaltender in the NHL to earn 30 wins in each of the last three seasons.

Capitals Recall Zach Sanford and Jakub Vrana from Hershey

The Washington Capitals have recalled forwards Zach Sanford and Jakub Vrana from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Five Things To Know About Orioles Outfielder Seth Smith

The Orioles acquired outfielder Seth Smith from the Mariners this offseason. Here are five things Baltimore fans should know about Eli Manning's former backup quarterback at Ole Miss (seriously).

Wizards cruise to win over Pacers

Washington led wire-to-wire in their final contest before the All-Star break.

Glenn Younes: Terps Need Focused Melo Trimble; Redskins Must Pay Kirk Cousins

Glenn Younes says the Terps will be a scary NCAA Tournament draw if Melo Trimble is as focused as he was versus Northwestern Feb. 15, and he says the Redskins need to pay Kirk Cousins.

Clark Kellogg: Terps Positioned Well For NCAA Tournament Seeding

CBS Sports college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg says the Maryland men's basketball team appears to be in the four- to six-seed range for the NCAA Tournament.

Jonathan Schoop Excited To Represent Netherlands In World Baseball Classic

Jonathan Schoop will leave spring training Feb. 28 to play for Team Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic, and the Orioles' second baseman is excited for the opportunity to bring more exposure to Curacao.

2017 Ravens Draft Watch: UCLA DL Eddie Vanderdoes

UCLA defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes impressed scouts at this year's Senior Bowl, and Ken Zalis says Vanderdoes should be a fourth- or fifth-round pick.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 16, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Terps' 74-64 road win at Northwestern and a preview of the Wizards' final game before the All-Star break.

Melo Trimble Has Career Day As Terps Top Northwestern

The Terps defeated Northwestern, 74-64, behind Melo Trimble's career-high 32 points, as the junior guard displayed the trademark confidence and swagger Maryland fans have come to love about him.

Wizards face Pacers in last game before break

The Wizards are in Indianapolis on Thursday to take on the Pacers in the last game before the All-Star break.

The “Spit” Hits the Fan!

Here we go. Buckle up boys and girls. This could be the tip of the iceberg. Or it could be nothing. In the most important off-season in several years, the Redskins are a disaster from the outside-looking in. On the inside, things appear to be just as messy. And now, another peel of the onion and it's not pretty.

Pain-Free Darren O'Day Throws To Welington Castillo In First Bullpen Session

Orioles reliever Darren O'Day threw for the first time since last season Feb. 15, and he was pleased with everything from the session, including the work of new catcher Welington Castillo.

Kimane Jones Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Kimane Jones, a three-sport athlete at Ballou High School, was honored with the DCSAA U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month award.

The Odd Timing Of Adam Jones' Outfield Critique

Stan "The Fan" Charles says Adam Jones' concerns about the Orioles' outfield defense may be valid, but the timing of the critique is especially puzzling.

Looking At Bray Wyatt And Naomi's Journeys To Becoming Champions

Kevin Eck remembers when WWE titleholders Bray Wyatt and Naomi were NXT competitors in 2010, and he says their recent mainstream success is well deserved.

Capitals Acquire Tom Gilbert from Los Angeles

The Washington Capitals have acquired defenseman Tom Gilbert from the Los Angeles Kings for future considerations.

Franchise Tag Rarely Used By Ravens Lately

The Baltimore Ravens have only used the franchise tag once in the last four years, and Joe Platania says they aren't likely to use it this year on Kyle Juszczyk, Rick Wagner or Brandon Williams.

Under Armour's Kevin Plank Addresses Pro-Trump Comments

In an open letter to Baltimore that appeared as a full-page ad in The Baltimore Sun, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank addressed his recent comments regarding President Donald Trump.

Chris Tillman Thinks Shoulder Rehab Is Going Well

Orioles pitcher Chris Tillman is confident his shoulder won't force him to miss much time at the start of the season. "It's been feeling real good throwing, and it's getting stronger, and it's feeling better every day."

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 15, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look ahead to the Terps' game at Northwestern and the Nationals' ongoing question at closer.

Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy: Primed And Ready

After many stops, starts and obstacles during their journeys to the big leagues, Orioles starting pitchers Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman appear poised for stardom.

The 15: Questions For Orioles Spring Training

Rich Dubroff looks at 15 questions surrounding Orioles spring training, including who will be their leadoff hitter, how much will Hyun Soo Kim play against lefties and more.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Projected 25-Man Roster

Rich Durboff takes a look at the Orioles' projected 25-man roster, and he says if the O's start with 12 pitchers, right-hander Logan Verrett would be the 12th.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Position Battles

When it comes to spring training position battles, Rich Dubroff says the most interesting choice will be the final spots in the Orioles' bullpen.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Injury Report

Orioles outfielder Joey Rickard didn't play after July 20, 2016 due to ligament damage to his right thumb, but he's checked out well and appears ready for the 2017 season.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Who Comes Next?

Barring injuries, much of the Orioles' roster is set, but there are several players who could conceivably make an impact this season, including right-hander Parker Bridwel.

Are The 2017 Orioles Actually Better Than They Were Last Year?

The Orioles appear ready to compete in 2017, but Glenn Clark says, on paper, they aren't really any better than they were last year.

Orioles' 2017 Success Hinges On Dylan Bundy, Kevin Gausman

Dan Connolly says, fair or not, the 2017 Orioles will rise or fall based on the performances of young right-handers Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy.

Ravens' 2016 Draftees Display Future Promise

Joe Platania offers a pick-by-pick look at the 2016 Ravens draft class, one that he says showed plenty of present-day promise and offers future hope.

Freshmen Kevin Huerter, Justin Jackson Help Propel Terps To Record Start

Freshmen Kevin Huerter and Justin Jackson have often provided the Terps with an offensive spark, but perhaps the biggest surprise has come from their defensive contributions.

Kristen Confroy's Leadership An Asset For Maryland Women

"She's a player who just wants to do anything she can to help this team win." Maryland head coach Brenda Frese said of junior guard Kristen Confroy.

Mark Turgeon Just Might Make It After All

Stan "The Fan" Charles says if Maryland head coach Mark Trugeon can reestablish the pipeline to Baltimore recruiting, he may find himself in the same category as some all-time Maryland greats.

Fully Healthy, Jarred Jones Having Career Year For Loyola Basketball

Coming off two injury-shortened seasons, staying healthy was a priority for Loyola's Jarred Jones, and the swingman is putting together the best season of his career.

Reloaded Towson Lacrosse Ready For Another Deep Postseason Run

Towson men's lacrosse coach Shawn Nadelen had a simple response when asked how his team could improve on last year's record-setting season. "Win a national championship," he said.

Catching Up With Dave Cottle

Chesapeake Bayhawks GM Dave Cottle, who was recently inducted into the US Lacrosse Chesapeake Chapter Hall of Fame, reflects on his 40 years of playing and coaching lacrosse in Maryland.

Gervonta Davis Overcame More Than One Opponent To Earn Title

In order for Gervonta Davis to step into the boxing ring to take on defending champion Jose Pedraza for the 130-pound junior lightweight IBF title, the west Baltimore fighter first had to win another battle.

Baseball's Age-Old Debate: Pitching Vs. Hitting

Baseball is supposedly 45 percent hitting, 25 percent pitching and 25 percent defense, but Jim Henneman says free agency doesn't reflect that.

With Degree In Hand, Former Towson Baseball Player Casper Wells Is Ready For What's Next

After being released by the Detroit Tigers, former Towson standout Casper Wells was at a crossroads, until a family tragedy inspired him to go back to school.

Tim Phipps Gets Family's First Crack At NASCAR-Affiliated Series

After racing go-karts for nearly eight years as a child, Shady Side, Md., native Tim Phipps is getting his, and his family's, first shot to compete in a NASCAR-affiliated series this year.

BMORE Around Town Helping Ravens Fans Get To London

Brian Snyder, owner of BMORE Around Town, is helping fans get to the Ravens-Jaguars game at Wembley Stadium in London Sept. 24.

Ricig's World Of Sports: The Re-Engineering Of Joe Flacco

In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano offers a breakdown of the re-engineering of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.

Westminster Barber Remembers David Modell

Cal Bloom, who used to own Cal Bloom's Barber Shoppe in Westminster, Md., has fond memories of the days David Modell used to come in and get his hair cut.

South Carroll Wrestler Joey Thomas Looks To Continue Illustrious Career In College

When South Carroll's Joey Thomas ends his high school career in March, he will be considered one of the most accomplished athletes in Maryland history, regardless of sport.

Hunter Lowe Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Winters Mill High School junior wrestler Hunter Lowe was named the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month for January.

They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: February 2017

On a college lacrosse preview edition of Glenn Clark Radio Feb. 2, men's coaches from Division I Baltimore-area schools stopped by to share their team's outlook for the 2017 season.

Community Beat: Feb. 15-Mar. 15, 2017

Check out the listings in PressBox's February 2017 edition of Community Beat.

In The Paper: February 2017

Cover Story: After many stops, starts and obstacles during their journeys to the big leagues, Orioles starting pitchers Dyland Bundy and Kevin Gausman appear poised for stardom.

Chris Tillman To Miss Opening Day With Shoulder Injury

Buck Showalter revealed Feb. 14 that Chris Tillman received a PRP injection in his right shoulder in mid-December, and his spring schedule is being slowed, meaning he won't start on Opening Day.

With Centennial Title, McDaniel's Alvontae Drummond Adds To Special Career

McDaniel wrestler Alvontae Drummond has appeared in the NCAA Division III Tournament twice, but he hadn't won a Centennial Conference title ... until now.

Ravens Need To Consider Every Avenue To Keep Brandon Williams

Glenn Clark takes a look at the Ravens' upcoming decision with Brandon Williams, and while he understands the franchise tag is a dangerous proposition, he thinks the team simply needs talent.

Doug Glanville: Playing Deeper Could Make Adam Jones A Better Outfielder

ESPN analyst Doug Glanville spoke with Glenn Clark Radio about Adam Jones' defensive play, the center fielder's comments about his fellow outfielders and the Orioles' outlook for 2017.

Glenn Younes: Capitals And Wizards Are For Real

Glenn Younes says the Wizards, under head coach Scott Brooks, are one of the NBA's best teams, while the Capitals are playing like the New England Patriots of the NHL.

Ravens' Coaching Chart: Defensive Changes Complete Staff

The Baltimore Ravens' coaching staff for 2017 is coming into focus, including the installation of Drew Wilkins as the team's first defensive line assistant coach.

Welington Castillo Takes Field For First Time As Oriole

Catcher Welington Castillo took the field with the Orioles for the first time Feb. 14, and he'll have less than three weeks to get to know his new pitching staff before he leaves for the WBC.

DeSean vs. Pierre - Who Should the Redskins Bring Back?

The Redskins have so many issues - they are hard to count. One huge one is who they should bring back at wide receiver, DeSean Jackson or Pierre Garcon. Yes, it's a really tough call but here's my reasoning for who I would rather have been in Washington.

Lefty Driesell Reflects On Maryland Honor, Hall Of Fame Possibility

"It was great seeing all my old players," former Terps coach Lefty Driesell said as he reflected on the addition of his banner at the Xfinity Center. Will the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame be next?

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 14, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Wizards' 120-98 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the newest addition to the Nationals.

Fred Manfra On His Broadcasting Career: 'It Has Just Been A Godsend'

Longtime Orioles radio play-by-play voice Fred Manfra will work just 11 games this season, and he says he's "at peace" with retiring after 25 years in Baltimore.

Wizards storm past Thunder, 120-98

The Wizards' starting five scored 86 points in the first three quarters to guide them to a convincing 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Dan Duquette Thinks Adam Jones Could Improve Orioles' Outfield Defense

As pitchers and catchers reported to Sarasota, Fla., Feb. 13, Dan Duquette said the Orioles need better outfield defense, and mentioned Adam Jones' play specifically.

Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Off To A Fast Start

Todd Karpovich rounds up the local college lacrosse results from the first week-plus of the 2017 season, and he says it's clear Johns Hopkins is happy to have junior midfielder Joel Tinney back.

Spring Training Notebook: Orioles Sign Son Of Triple-A Manager

The Orioles signed Triple-A Norfolk manager Ron Johnson's son, infielder Chris Johnson, to a minor league contract Feb. 13. This and more from Rich Dubroff in Sarasota, Fla.

Baltimore Brigade Signs Quarterback Shane Carden

The Baltimore Brigade has signed former East Carolina University quarterback Shane Carden to the team's roster for the AFL squad's inaugural season.

Washington Capitals Players Team Up with Dreams for Kids DC to Host Ice Hockey Clinic for the Seventh-Consecutive Year

For the seventh-consecutive year the Washington Capitals and Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE) Foundation teamed up with Dreams for Kids DC (DFKDC) to host an Extreme Recess Hockey Clinic at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Friday, Feb. 10. The clinic was a part of a series of Capitals’ events celebrating Hockey is for Everyone™ Month.

DeSean "Action" Jackson to Return?

Could DeSean Jackson return to the Redskins in 2017? Yes. It's possible. Maybe more so than originally thought. It will probably come down to whether or not the Redskins make a competitive and fair offer, something they don't always do, but if they do, a surprising result could be in the mix.

Maryland Basketball Remains In Top 25 In AP Top 25, USA Today Coaches Poll

Despite a second consecutive 1-1 week, the University of Maryland men's basketball team remains in the top 25 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and AP poll.

Terps' Anthony Cowan Breaks Out Of Shooting Slump

Maryland coach Mark Turgeon recently told Anthony Cowan to focus on assists and defense, and taking the pressure off may have helped the freshman guard break out of his scoring slump.

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation Donates $5,300 to the Tucker Road Youth Hockey Program

The Washington Capitals announced today Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation’s donation of $5,300 to the Tucker Road Youth Hockey Program. The Tucker Road Youth Hockey Program, more commonly known as the Ducks, play out of Tucker Road Ice Rink in Fort Washington, Md., which was destroyed by a fire on Jan. 4.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 13, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Wizards' upcoming matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder and whether an NHL bye week is a good idea.

Capitals Announce Initiatives in Support of You Can Play Project

In conjunction with the National Hockey League’s Hockey is for Everyone Month, the Washington Capitals announced today initiatives in support of the You Can Play Project, an organization dedicated to ensuring equality, respect and safety for all athletes, coaches and fans, without regard to sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

Wizards and Thunder meet in final home game before the break

The Wizards host the Thunder on Monday night at Verizon Center.

Wizards Week Ahead - 2/13/17

With the All-Star break starting Friday, the Wizards will host the Thunder on Monday and head to Indiana on Thursday.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 6, Ducks 4

Sanford's first NHL goal enables Caps to regain lead and extend a trio of streaks, Backstrom and Oshie reach milestones, much more

Led By Matt Wieters, Several 2016 Orioles Still Unsigned

Former Orioles catcher Matt Wieters is one of a handful of 2016 Orioles that are still unsigned on the eve of spring training as Orioles EVP Dan Duquette looks to add to his roster.

2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor

Western Kentucky receiver Taywan Taylor is expected to be a mid-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, and Ken Zalis says Taylor's skill set reminds him of Steelers wideout Antonio Brown.

Capitals Re-assign Zach Sanford to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Zach Sanford to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Sanford's First Extends Caps' Streaks

Zach Sanford's first NHL is the game-winner as Caps top Ducks 6-4 in wild game, extending home winning streak to 12 and overall winning run to six

Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 2/11/17

The Capitals defeated the Ducks 6-4 on Saturday at Verizon Center.

Anthony Cowan, Kevin Huerter Help Maryland Defeat Ohio State

Maryland freshmen Anthony Cowan and Kevin Huerter hit huge 3-pointers late in Maryland's 86-77 victory against Ohio State at Xfinity Center Feb. 11.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

Optional skate prior to Caps-Ducks game at VC tonight, but here are some news items and notes related to the game

If Bruce is Digging in, it's Time to Panic!

Anybody that covers and follows the Redskins knows that the organization is run very differently than most. There's a lot of chef's in the kitchen. Hell, there's even a sous chef now! Sometimes, a decision by committee is a good thing. Consensus is a strong play. Sometimes, or maybe a lot of times, a decision is made based on ego and for the wrong reasons. That's where a company or team gets in a lot of trouble.

Orioles' Catching Situation Suddenly More Complicated

Catcher Francisco Pena was designated for assignment to make room for Gabriel Ynoa Feb. 10, meaning the Orioles only have two catchers on the 40-man roster.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/11/17

Nicklas Backstrom sits one point shy of his 700th NHL/Capitals point.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Feb. 6-10, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Len Elmore and Fred Manfra

Wizards knock off Pacers, 112-107

John Wall, Keef Morris, and Marcin Gortat all delivered double-doubles as the Wizards knocked off the Pacers, 112-107.

Caps Reach Breaking Point on Saturday vs. Ducks

Winners of five straight games and 11 in a row on home ice, the Capitals host the Ducks in their last game before their bye week

Wizards Assign House to Delaware 87ers

Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that forward Danuel House Jr. has been assigned to the Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League.

Game Notes vs. Anaheim, 2/11/17

The Capitals conclude their four-game homestand and play their final game before their bye week on Saturday against the Anaheim Ducks at Verizon Center.

Maryland Moves To Establish Sports-Gambling Task Force

Maryland lawmakers took the first step toward legalized sports gambling Feb. 8, as the state looks to capitalize upon the lucrative online market.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 6, Wings 3

Caps run home winning streak to 11 as Backstrom, Oshie, Johansson, Connolly, Carlson and Holtby help lead the way, more

Woodlawn Boys' Basketball Eyes State Title Despite Turnover

The Woodlawn boys' basketball team lost seven players to graduation last season, but that hasn't dimmed the Warriors' state championship aspirations.

Strong Returning Core Puts Terps Baseball In Favorable Spot

With seven starters returning from last year's 30-27 squad, the Maryland baseball program is poised to make a run at the Big Ten title and its third NCAA berth in the last four seasons.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 10, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Capitals' 6-3 win against the Detroit Red Wings.

Orioles' Five Biggest Offseason Highlights

With the Orioles' offseason coming to a close, Rich Dubroff looks back at the team's five biggest storylines from the past four months.

Trouble in "Paradise?"

The Redskins seem to be operating this off-season like they are in a gigantic batch of quick sand. There's huge decisions to be made and that's just at the quarterback position. The roster is loaded with major questions and free-agents so while all of that is the most sobering reality, the President is busy choking out his top commander.

Caps Today, 2/10/17

During its home-winning streak, Washington has outscored opponents 56-15 and posted five shutouts.

Is Dan Duquette's 2017 Orioles Roster Short One Important Piece?

Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles' roster is short one important piece, and he wouldn't be surprised if Dan Duquette goes in-season shopping to fill the void.

Terps Great Tom McMillen Shares His Thoughts On Lefty Driesell

Before Maryland honors former head coach Lefty Driesell Feb. 11, Terps great Tom McMillen discussed his memories of Driesell and reflected on the coach's legacy.

Wizards look to begin new home streak

The Wizards host the Indiana Pacers on Friday night at Verizon Center.

This One Goes to Eleven

Caps down Detroit 6-3 for their 11th consecutive victory on home ice

Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 2/9/17

The Capitals defeated the Red Wings 6-3 on Thursday.

Glenn Younes: Super Bowl Weekend Is Not The Time For Other NFL News

Glenn Younes says he doesn't understand why the NFL announces season-long awards and the Pro Football Hall of Fame selects its new class during Super Bowl weekend.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

Caps seek 11th straight home ice win, this season's winning spree has many recent predecessors, lineups, more

Brooks, emerging 'Big 3' lead Wizards' historic turnaround

The Wizards are the sixth team in NBA history to start a season 2-8 or worse through 10 games and then reach 10 games over .500 in the same season.

Is It Time For Ravens To Return To 4-3 Defense?

Joe Platania says a return to a 4-3 defense for the Ravens would bring them back to their glorious defensive past and could be key to a prosperous future.

Len Elmore: 2017-18 Terps Could Be Top Five Team

Former Maryland standout Len Elmore said the 2017-18 Terps could be one of the five best teams in college basketball if all of their eligible players return next season.

Can Kevin Gausman Continue His Second-Half Success In 2017?

After going 8-6 with a 3.10 ERA during the second half of the 2016 season, Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman aims to be "ready to go from Day One" in 2017.

Fan Outcry Aside, MLB's On Right Track With Proposed Rule Changes

Glenn Clark says despite the objection from fans, Major League Baseball is on the right track with its proposed rule changes aimed at speeding up the game.

What Happens if Both Pierre & D-Jax Leave?

A nightmarish off-season for the Redskins started on Janaury 1st, at least a week earlier than was expected. They have two new coordinators and now they be on the verge of losing their two-best wide receivers. The Redskins are not in the business of competing with market value when it comes to free agents, so the door is wide open.

Orioles Announce 2017 Promotions, Special Events

The Orioles released their 2017 promotional schedule highlighted by several new items, including an Orioles Maryland flag script replica jersey, Zach Britton and Jonathan Schoop bobbleheads and more.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/9/17

Braden Holtby has posted a 12-0-0 record in his last 14 games with four shutouts.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 9, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' 114-110 overtime win against the Nets.

Terps Great Len Elmore Shares His Thoughts On Lefty Driesell

As Maryland prepares to honor former head coach Lefty Driesell with a banner in the Xfinity Center rafters Feb. 11, Terps great Len Elmore discussed his memories of Driesell and reflected on the coach's impact through the years.

Wizards hold on in overtime, 114-110

The Wizards held on in Brooklyn in overtime 114-110 thanks to Bradley Beal, John Wall, and Otto Porter Jr.'s combined 74 points.

Red Hot Caps Host Red Wings

Caps seek to stretch home winning streak to 11 on Thursday against Detroit

Game Notes vs. Detroit, 2/9/17

The Capitals continue their four-game homestand on Thursday against the Detroit Red Wings at Verizon Center.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 5, Canes 0

Caps establish single-season mark for shutouts in a season, win 10th straight at home, more

Jairus Lyles Leading UMBC's Basketball Resurgence

With the UMBC men's basketball program one year removed from a 7-25 season, guard Jairus Lyles has guided the Retrievers to their best season in nine years.

Washington Capitals Players to Team Up for the Seventh-Consecutive Year with Dreams for Kids DC for Ice Hockey Clinic on Feb. 10

For the seventh-consecutive year the Washington Capitals and Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE) Foundation are teaming up with Dreams for Kids DC (DFKDC) to host an Extreme Recess Hockey Clinic at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Friday, Feb. 10, at approximately 1:40 p.m.

Am I The Only One? Thoughts On Goldberg, Samoa Joe, The Rock 'N' Roll Express And More

As Kevin Eck looks at the world of professional wrestling, there are a handful of topics and potential outcomes he wonders if anybody else is considering.

It's Time For Terps To Toughen Up

Rick Snider says the Terps are officially in a midseason slump, and Mark Turgeon needs to freshen the team quickly -- before a potential high seed for the NCAA Tournament slips away.

It's Time For Terps To Toughen Up

Rick Snider says the Terps appear lost, and it's time for upperclassmen Melo Trimble and Damonte Dodd to step up and carry the team.

Can A Healthy Dylan Bundy Make 2017 Even Better Than 2016?

Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy is looking forward to entering spring training without the shadow of injuries looming over him, and he's been working on developing his cut fastball as a fourth pitch option.

Wizards and Nets meet in Brooklyn

The Wizards take on the Brooklyn Nets tonight at the Barclays Center.

2017 Ravens Draft Watch: LSU Guard Ethan Pocic

Will the Baltimore Ravens target LSU guard/center Ethan Pocic in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Pocic's key strengths and some areas where he still needs to improve.

Caps Today, 2/8/17

The Capitals defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 5-0 on Tuesday to earn their 10th consecutive home win (1/1-2/7).

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 8, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Capitals' 5-0 win against the Hurricanes in which five different scorers found the net for Washington.

Capitals Recall Sanford from Hershey

The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Zach Sanford from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League

Road Finally Unkind, Terps Suffer Second Straight Loss

Justin Jackson, Kevin Huerter and Melo Trimble all scored in double figures, but the Terps appeared sluggish as they fell to Penn State for their first road loss of the season.

Caps Raze Canes, 5-0

Holtby stops 23 to earn seventh shutout of season, getting five goals from five different skaters in support as Caps win 10th straight at Verizon Center

Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 2/7/17

The Capitals defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 5-0 on Tuesday.

Kristi Toliver Signs with Mystics

Toliver averaged 14.8 points and 4.1 assists while leading the Los Angeles Sparks to the WNBA Championship last season.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

Continuity of lineup keeps Caps rolling, and a great season from the Orpik/Schmidt tandem has helped keep them at the top of the GA ledger, more

Patriots Extend Lead In Decade; Ravens Still In Fifth Place

Despite missing the playoffs three of the last four seasons, the Ravens remain in fifth place in Joe Platania's "Team of the Decade" NFL standings.

16 Thoughts On The 2016 NFL Season

Now that Super Bowl LI is behind us, Glenn Clark shares 16 thoughts on the 2016 NFL season, covering topics that range from coaches' in-game management to the Raiders' future location.

Orioles Make Fans Happy By Bringing Back Robert Andino

With Jonathan Schoop and Manny Machado set to miss a large part of spring training for the World Baseball Classic, Robert Andino should get plenty of time at second and third this spring, but he isn't likely to crack the Orioles' 25-man roster.

Five Things To Know About Nationals Prospect Juan Soto

Outfielder Juan Soto is rising quickly through Washington Nationals' farm system and could see time with the Hagerstown Suns and Potomac Nationals in 2017.

Tuesday Thoughts - Who Could Kyle Target in SF?

The Redskins are not showing any love so far to Kirk Cousins, Pierre Garcon and more. With Kyle Shanahan now in San Francisco, that nonchalance is eventually going to catch up to them but maybe for somebody different than anybody's thinking.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 7, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' thrilling overtime loss to the Cavaliers that snapped Washington's 17-game home winning streak.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/7/17

Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby has posted an 11-0-0 record in his last 13 games.

Capitals Players and Significant Others To Host Wish Upon A Par to Benefit Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic

Select Capitals players and their significant others will host “Wish Upon A Par,” on Monday, Feb. 20, at Top Golf Loudon in Ashburn, Va.

Wizards fall short against Cavs in OT thriller

In what was one of the most thrilling regular season games in recent memory, the Wizards fell just short to the Cavs in overtime.

Caps Continue Homestand vs. Canes

Winners of nine straight at home and three overall, the Capitals entertain the Hurricanes, winners of three straight as well

Game Notes vs. Carolina, 2/7/17

The Capitals face the Carolina Hurricanes at Verizon Center on Tuesday in the fourth and final meeting between the teams this season.

2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Kutztown Guard Jordan Morgan

Will the Baltimore Ravens target Kutztown guard Jordan Morgan in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Morgan's key strengths and some areas where he still needs to improve.

How the Patriots Win & the Falcons Collapse Reminds of the Redskins

The Atlanta Falcons collapsed in the late part of the third, all of the fourth quarter and overtime in Super Bowl LI. The Patriots capitalized. Somehow, this epic contrast of success and failure reminded me of the Redskins.

Maryland Basketball Drops In AP Top 25, USA Today Coaches Poll

After a 1-1 week, the University of Maryland men's basketball team drops to No. 22 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and No. 21 in the AP poll.

Glenn Younes Reacts To Super Bowl LI

Glenn Younes gives his thoughts on the Patriots' Super Bowl LI overtime win, and he says Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are the greatest head coach and quarterback in NFL history.

Why Adam Jones Should Lead Off Again For The Orioles In 2017

Adam Jones posted a .282 batting average and .320 OBP while batting leadoff for the Orioles last season, and Rich Dubroff says the center fielder remains the team's best option.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 6, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Patriots' Super Bowl win against a Falcons team that featured a number of former Redskins. Plus, the Capitals pick up yet another home win, and the Wizards get set to host the Cavaliers at Verizon Center.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 5, Kings 0

Caps keep cooking at home, Ovechkin honored, Grubauer, Oshie and Connolly reach single-season milestones, more

Super Bowl LI: By The Numbers

The New England Patriots engineered a historic comeback to top the Atlanta Falcons, 34-28, in overtime to win Super Bowl LI. Here are 10 stats from the first Super Bowl to go into overtime.

Wizards Week Ahead - 2/6/17

Three games await the red-hot Wizards starting with a marquee matchup with the Cavaliers.

Not just another regular season game for Washington

The Wizards host the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight at Verizon Center.

Caps Roll Kings, 5-0

Grubauer stops all 38, Caps get five five-on-five tallies from five different skaters and three different lines to extend home winning streak to nine

Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 2/5/17

The Capitals defeated the Kings 5-0 on Sunday.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

No skate for either side prior to today's noon start on Super Sunday, but here are news and notes relating to Sunday's Caps-Kings contest

Can Orioles Fool The Predictors Once Again?

Rich Dubroff explains that the Baltimore Orioles can exceed projections once again for 2017 because of adjustments made by the coaching staff and the front office during the season.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 3, Habs 2

Beagle notches career high 11th goal, secondary scoring and special teams come through, Trotz passes Irvin, more

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/5/17

The Capitals have posted a 20-5-1 record at home this season and have won eight consecutive home games.

Capitals Re-assign Vrana to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Jakub Vrana to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Wizards hold off Pelicans, 105-91

The Wizards held the Pelicans to eight points in the fourth quarter and scoreless in the final 5:52 to win 105-91.

Caps Clash with Kings on Super Sunday

Caps start four-game homestand and finish weekend set of back-to-back games on Sunday against the Los Angeles Kings

Maryland Falls To Purdue For Second Conference Loss

The Maryland men's basketball team relinquished a 12-point second-half lead over the visiting Purdue Boilermakers and lost, 73-72, Feb. 4. The defeat dropped the Terps to 20-3 on the season.

Caps Edge Habs, 3-2

Great goaltending, strong special teams and timely secondary scoring enable Caps to get past Habs on Saturday afternoon in Montreal

Maryland Falls To Purdue For Second Conference Loss

The Maryland men's basketball team relinquished a 12-point second-half lead over the 20th-ranked Purdue Boilermakers and lost 73-72, Feb. 4. The defeat dropped the Terps to 20-3 on the season.

Game Notes vs. Los Angeles, 2/5/17

The Capitals host the Los Angeles Kings at Verizon Center on Sunday in the first of two meetings between the teams this season.

Bruce: "24 Million’s a Lot of Money"

Bruce Allen says Kirk Cousins will be the Redskins quarterback. For how long? Nobody knows. Then again, nobody knows for sure what the truth is and what is pure politics. One things for sure, the longer the Skins wait - the higher the cost.

SKATE SHAVINGS - News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

No morning skate today in Montreal as Caps take on Habs in matinee and front end of back-to-back weekend set

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/4/17

The Capitals have earned a point in 13 consecutive road games against the Canadiens (11-0-2) and have not lost in regulation at Bell Centre since Jan. 10, 2009.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Jan. 30-Feb. 3, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Dave Pietramala and Pam Shriver.

Wizards and Pelicans meet again

The Wizards and Pelicans meet for the second time in six days on Saturday night at Verizon Center.

Caps Play Saturday Matinee in Montreal

Washington heads north of the border on Saturday for its only road game in a two-week span

Ruffin-Pratt re-signs with Mystics

Washington Mystics head coach Mike Thibault announced Thursday that guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt has re-signed with the team.

Game Notes at Montreal, 2/4/17

The Capitals face the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre on Saturday in the third and final meeting between the teams this season.

Super Bowl LI Preview: Part III And Prediction

In his final Super Bowl LI preview, Joe Platania highlights historical facts about the big game and predicts a blowout victory.

Orioles' Ubaldo Jimenez Facing Crucial Year

In his three years with the Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez has pitched to a 4.72 ERA, and as the right-hander enters the final year of his contract, he says he's looking to "find a way to be consistent."

Capitals Host Beijing Hockey Association Players in Conjunction with ORG Packaging

In conjunction with ORG Packaging, the Washington Capitals hosted 25 youth Beijing Hockey Association players in Washington, D.C., from Jan. 23 through Feb.3.

Capitals to Host UAE Hockey Player Fatima Al Ali in Washington, D.C.

In conjunction with Etihad Airways, the Washington Capitals will host United Arab Emirates native Fatima Al Ali in Washington, D.C., Sunday, Feb. 5, through Friday, Feb. 10.

Caps Today, 2/3/17

Alex Ovechkin has earned 17 points (7g, 10a) in his last 12 games and 24 points (11g, 13a) in his last 20 games.

Capitals Recall Vrana from Hershey

The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Jakub Vrana from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Wall leads Wizards past Lakers, 116-108

John Wall scored 16 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Wizards to their 16th straight home win.

Wall to Compete in Taco Bell Skills Challenge

The NBA announced today that Wizards guard John Wall will compete in the Taco Bell Skills Challenge as a part of the 2017 State Farm All-Saturday Saturday Night.

Orioles Beat Caleb Joseph In Arbitration Case

The Orioles won their arbitration case against backup catcher Caleb Joseph, but the O's have two more hearings in February.

Glenn Younes Picks Super Bowl LI, Talks Terps Basketball

Glenn Younes makes his Super Bowl LI pick and discusses the Terps' 20-2 start, and he thinks Maryland is one of the 15 best teams in college basketball.

Institute Of Notre Dame Basketball Seeks Conference Title

After beating Mercy, 39-26, in "The Game," the Institute of Notre Dame varsity basketball team looks to accomplish its second goal for the season: win the IAAM "B" conference title.

Capitals to Honor Ovechkin with Pre-game Ceremony Prior to Sunday’s Game

All fans in attendance to receive #Ovech1Kin cutout

Towson Football Announces Largest Signing Class In School History

Towson football announced its largest signing class in school history Feb. 1, but that didn't stop head coach Rob Ambrose from criticizing schools he said poached some of his potential recruits.

Biggest Question Facing Orioles' Hyun Soo Kim

Hyun Soo Kim went hitless in 17 at-bats against left-handed pitchers in 2016, but the Korean outfielder started training in the U.S. early this spring and is eager to improve upon his rookie season.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 5, Bruins 3

Familiar formula helps Caps down Bruins, Backstrom and Kuznetsov remain hot, Connolly bites hand that once fed him, more

What the Redskins are Missing on 'D' to Play Like the Falcons!

In part-two of our look at what the Redskins are missing on defense, we take a look at two key components that the Atlanta Falcons have that the Redskins need to get back to a Super Bowl.

Mystics Acquire Elena Delle Donne

Washington Mystics head coach Mike Thibault announced Thursday that the team has acquired forward Elena Delle Donne from the Chicago Sky.

What the Redskins are Missing on D to Play Like the Patriots!

While the Super Bowl will be played this Sunday, the Redskins might be asking themselves: How do we get here next year? If they look at the New England Patriots defense - they must close a couple of pretty significant gaps before they wake up from that dream!

Capitals Re-assign Stephenson to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Chandler Stephenson to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League.

Lakers in town as Wizards look for 16 straight at home

The Wizards host the Lakers on Thursday night at Verizon Center.

DJ Durkin, Terps Sign Highly Rated Freshmen Class

In his first full recruiting year at Maryland, DJ Durkin and his staff signed 17 players from Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia for a 28-man class that ranks 17th in the nation by Rivals.com.

DJ Durkin, Terps Sign Highly Rated Freshmen Class

"Our formula is, we're going to take care of our backyard," DJ Durkin said of his 28-man freshmen class Feb. 1. "We're going to win here in the DMV and build our team with that being our foundation."

Caps Bounce Bruins, 5-3

Quick start and strong finish enable Caps to conquer Bruins as Washington wins its eighth straight game on home ice

Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 2/1/17

The Capitals defeated the Bruins 5-3 on Wednesday at Verizon Center.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

The Caps conducted an optional morning skate on Wednesday prior to hosting the Bruins in second of back-to-back games for both teams

Terps Show Class In Gaining Top Recruits

Maryland football didn't get any five-star recruits, but Rivals.com rated 11 worth four stars, and Rick Snider says the 2017 class is a step forward for the program and coach DJ Durkin.

Terps Show Class In Gaining Top Recruits

Rick Snider says Maryland football coach DJ Durkin deserves plenty of credit for signing one of the Terps' greatest freshmen classes ever in his first full recruiting year.

Galette on the Grind!

Junior Galette is on his way back to hopefully make the impact for the Redskins he has been thirsting to make. Once a controversial high reward, low-risk signing, Galette now just hopes he can be in uniform for week one. If that happens for the Redskins, they might be able to have something that has been sorely missing.

Wizards Scott Brooks Named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month

The NBA announced today that Washington Wizards head coach Scott Brooks was named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for games played in January.

Jim Henneman Says It's Too Early For Orioles Fans To Worry About 2018

As the Baltimore Orioles put the finishing touches on their 2017 roster, Jim Henneman says it's too early for fans to be worrying about 2018.

Super Bowl LI Preview, Part II: New England Patriots Vs. Atlanta Falcons

Joe Platania continues his Super Bowl LI preview with a breakdown of five players who could be the difference for the Atlanta Falcons.

The Hardys Are Still Innovating After All These Years

Kevin Eck says while the Broken Hardys' exploits in TNA are often surrealistic and over the top, their redemption story is real and inspirational.

POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Isles 3, Caps 2

Caps drop a squeaker in Brooklyn, rare German netminding match-up, Caps have another double-digit goal guy, more

Capitals Re-assign Djoos to Hershey

The Washington Capitals have re-assigned defenseman Christian Djoos to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League.

Glenn Clark's Do's And Don'ts Of Super Bowl Snacks

Glenn Clark shares the do's and don'ts of perfect Super Bowl party food. Bacon-wrapped jalapenos are a yes, a party sub is a no, and his stance on wings may surprise you.

Evgeny Kuznetsov Named NHL’s “First Star” for January

Washington Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov has been named the NHL’s “First Star” for the month of January.

After Slow Start, Navy Basketball In Midst Of Dramatic Turnaround

Navy carries a seven-game winning streak into its Feb. 2 matchup against Patriot League rival Boston University, and six of those seven wins have been by double-digit margins.

After Slow Start, Navy Basketball In Midst Of Dramatic Turnaround

After getting off to a 5-10 start, the Navy men's basketball team has won seven in a row to resurrect the season.

Adam Jones Knows Where Orioles Need To Improve

Do the Baltimore Orioles need to get faster, more athletic outfielders? Adam Jones thinks so, and he hasn't shied away from making that point.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 2/1/17

The Capitals have posted a 19-5-1 record at home this season and have won seven consecutive home games.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Feb. 1, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Terps' win against Ohio State, Georgetown's win against DePaul, the Wizards' 15th straight home victory and more. Plus, have the Nationals found their new closer?

Justin Jackson Stars, Melo Trimble Clutch As Terps Top Buckeyes

Melo Trimble scored five crucial points late as the Terps defeated Ohio State, 77-71, for their fifth consecutive road win in Big Ten play.

Justin Jackson Stars, Melo Trimble Clutch As Terps Top Buckeyes

Justin Jackson and Melo Trimble came up big as the Terps defeated Ohio State, 77-71, to push their record to 20-2 for the best start in program history through 22 games.

Caps Return Home to Host Bruins

After playing six of their last seven on the road, the Caps start the February portion of their schedule with a home date against the Bruins

Isles Nip Caps, 3-2

Caps score first but can't add to lead, losing to the Islanders in Brooklyn in the first game back after the NHL's All-Star break

Game Notes vs. Boston, 2/1/17

The Capitals host the Boston Bruins on Wednesday in the second of three meetings between the teams this season.

Wizards keep it rolling with 117-101 win over Knicks

Six Wizards scored in double figures as Washington made it 15 straight wins at home and five overall against the Knicks.

Five Things To Know About Nationals Prospect Koda Glover

After being drafted by the Washington Nationals in the eighth round of the 2015 draft, right-hander Koda Glover will compete for a major league spot in 2017.

Is 2017 J.J. Hardy's Last Season With The Orioles?

"If I stay healthy and do what I'm capable of, I think they'll pick up the option," J.J. Hardy said of his future with the Orioles beyond 2017. "If I'm not healthy, I'll worry about that, but I'm not going to worry about that right now."

Team Visit to National Museum of African American History & Culture

The Wizards made a trip to the brand new National Museum of African American History & Culture.

Orioles Need To Extend Chris Tillman Before Opening Day

Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles need to sign Chris Tillman to a multi-year deal before Opening Day, or 2017 will be the right-hander's final season in Baltimore.

REMINDER: Capitals to Host Hockey is For Everyone Press Event Feb. 1

The Capitals will host a press event announcing the team’s Hockey is For Everyone Month initiatives prior to their game versus the Boston Bruins on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 6:45 p.m.

SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate

Caps back in action vs. Isles, Washington is league's best five-on-five team at both ends of ice, Djoos and Stephenson come up from Hershey, more

Ravens, MSA Unveil M&T Bank Stadium Improvements

The Baltimore Ravens' and Maryland Stadium Authority's $144 million improvement plan for M&T Bank Stadium includes new video boards, elevators and escalators to access the upper seating areas and more.

What Will The No. 16 Pick In 2017 NFL Draft Deliver For The Ravens?

The Baltimore Ravens will have the 16th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. How have the last 10 No. 16 picks panned out (so far)?

Could Jon Gruden be the Trump Card?

The Redskins head coach is Jay Gruden. He wants his quarterback back and on a long-term deal. He's smart. He realizes that if Kirk Cousins goes, he could be next. He needs help to make his case. So maybe, just maybe, his older brother can help or is already helping convince the only person who truly matters what the right thing to do is.

Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 1/31/17

Washington has posted a 12-1-1 record this month, marking its highest point percentage in the month of January in franchise history (.893).

Wizards begin four-game homestand tonight against the Knicks

The Wizards begin a four game homestand tonight against the Knicks.

Crazy Super Bowl Prop Bets

Betting options for the Super Bowl go beyond the field, from the color of Lady Gaga's hair to broadcaster mentions of "Deflategate" and more.

Chris Davis Says Hand Is Better, Hopes Orioles Season Is, Too

Chris Davis made headlines at Orioles FanFest for his comments about Jose Bautista, however the first baseman also said his left hand is healed, and there are no lasting effects from 2016's ailment.

Glenn Younes Analyzes Australian Open, Pro Bowl

Glenn Younes shares his thoughts on the 2017 Australian Open and Pro Bowl, and he says Roger Federer's and Serena Williams' performances showed why they're the greatest tennis players of all time.

Game Notes at NY Islanders, 1/31/17

The Capitals return to action on Tuesday against the New York Islanders at Barclays Center in their final game of January.

Super Bowl LI Preview, Part I: New England Patriots Vs. Atlanta Falcons

Joe Platania kicks off his Super Bowl LI preview with a breakdown of five players who could be the difference for the New England Patriots.

Mystics Acquire Seattle’s First Round Pick

The Washington Mystics have acquired the Seattle Storm’s first round pick (6th overall) in the 2017 WNBA Draft in a three-team trade that included the New York Liberty.

Caps Get Back to Work in Brooklyn

Washington reconvenes on Tuesday in Brooklyn to take on the resurgent Islanders after a four-day break for the NHL's All-Star Game

Ravens Fullback Kyle Juszczyk On Pro Bowl Experience: "I'll Be Back"

Baltimore Ravens fullback Kyle Juszczyk talked with PressBox about being chosen for his first Pro Bowl, the team’s retention of offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and more.