Caps vs. Pens, Chapter 10
The Caps know the road to an elusive Stanley Cup title goes through Pittsburgh, and they're ready to travel that rematch route
My First Ever Mock Draft
It's time for the 2017 NFL Draft and it starts tonight and continues through the weekend in Philadelphia. I've never done a mock draft that I can remember, so I figured what the hell? It's going to be woefully wrong and I'm sure you will remind me of it, but here goes nothing!
Johns Hopkins' Nancy Funk Ends Memorable Coaching Career
"The greatest blessing of coaching is the connection to the players, and then seeing them do well beyond their college years," said Johns Hopkins women's basketball coach Nancy Funk , who recently announced her retirement.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps Morning Skate
NHL's top two teams clash in playoffs for first time in 16 years, Caps penalty killers prepare for Pens' test, Holtby faces Fleury, more
Washington Capitals to Welcome Caps Playoff Babies at MedStar Washington Hospital Center on Friday, April 28
Washington Capitals personnel including mascot Slapshot will present babies at MedStar Washington Hospital Center with a Capitals blanket and hat in conjunction with the team’s playoff run on Friday, April 28.
Halfway There, Adam Jones Dares To Dream About 3,000 Hits
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, who isn't usually one for milestones, couldn't help but be taken aback when he realized he's one of just 623 major league players to record 1,500 hits. But can he go for 3,000?
Ravens Seven-Round 2017 NFL Mock Draft
Ken Zalis compiles a seven-round NFL mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens, including three options for the No. 16 pick.
More Than Bragging Rights On The Line For Johns Hopkins-Maryland Lacrosse
"It's special for us and special for the sport that people around Baltimore can be so engaged in such big-time rivalry," Blue Jays attackman Kyle Marr said ahead of the 115th meeting between Maryland and Hopkins.
Terps Defense Looking For More Takeaways In 2017
Last season, Maryland football ranked last in the Big Ten in takeaways (12) and interceptions (five), and a failure to make big plays lingered on the minds of the Terps' defensive players all spring.
"First Look" - Missouri Edge LB Charles Harris
The Redskins and apparently a lot of other teams are buzzing about Charles Harris as the draft draws closer. The pundits at one major network aren't so sure, so what did a one-game snapshot tell us about this rising prospect?
What's It Like In The Ravens' War Room On NFL Draft Night?
Ever wonder what it's like in the Ravens' War Room during the NFL Draft? Ravens vice president Kevin Byrne shares the details -- from the atmosphere, to disagreements to the snacks.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 27, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' 103-99 Game 5 win against the Hawks, a look ahead to the Capitals' Game 1 matchup with the Penguins and a preview of the NFL Draft.
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/27/17
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has recorded 21 points (10g, 11a) in 13 career playoff games against Pittsburgh.
2017 Mock First-Round NFL Draft
Ken Zalis offers his final NFL mock draft of the season, and he thinks the Ravens will select Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis.
Orioles End Homestand With Extra-Inning Win
After a 5-4 extra-inning win against the Rays April 26, the Orioles head out of town for a difficult seven-game road trip to New York and Boston with another series win.
PressBox, GBMC Honor Eastern Tech's Jodie Bronushas
Eastern Tech softball player Jodie Bronushas was honored with the PressBox Unsung Hero Award presented by GBMC.
"First Look" -Temple Edge LB Haason Reddick
Could the Redskins land Temple Edge linebacker Haason Reddick? If they do, it's probably because they moved up in the first round. He's one of, if not the fastest riser in the draft process and while raw, he has some tantalizing athleticism that the Redskins simply do not have enough of.
Wizards protect home court, take series lead
The Wizards took a 3-2 lead over the Hawks after Wednesday's 103-99 win.
Caps Embrace Rematch with Pens
Eager to atone for last spring's second-round loss to the Penguins, the Caps are ready to face the challenge of taking on the defending champs
Game Notes vs. Pittsburgh, 4/27/17
The Capitals face the Pittsburgh Penguins at Verizon Center on Thursday in Game 1 of the 2017 Eastern Conference semifinals.
"First Look" - Alabama Edge LB Ryan Anderson
The Redskins are on the hunt for edge pass rushing help and there are plenty of intriguing options. One of them is Ryan Anderson from the Alabama football factory. Washington conducted a private visit with Anderson late last week but unilike others, they flew to Alabama to meet with Anderson. Could that mean something?
Juan Dixon Brings Passion, Professional Experience To Coppin State Men's Basketball
Calling coaching his "purpose," former Maryland basketball standout Juan Dixon takes over as head coach of the Coppin State men's basketball program.
Milagros De Souza Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month
Milagros De Souza, who runs track at Eastern High School, was honored with the DCSAA U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month award.
Glenn Younes: 2017 Ravens Draft Preview
Glenn Younes looks ahead to the 2017 NFL Draft, and he says despite some recent misses, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome and assistant GM Eric DeCosta are still some of the best in the game.
Five Things That Could Affect Ravens In 2017 NFL Draft
Bo Smolka highlights five things to watch as the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft unfolds that could affect the Ravens, including how many quarterbacks go early and any 11th-hour surprises.
Mark Trumbo's Struggles Symbolize Offense's Woes
While the Orioles have gotten off to a hot start this season, strong pitching has masked deficiencies at the plate, as some of the team's biggest hitters, including DH Mark Trumbo, have yet to produce.
PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 74
Freshman Daniel Kelly unfazed on the big stage for Calvert Hall, Centennial defender Laurie Bracey sets goals for senior season and the latest regional power rankings are here.
Freshman Daniel Kelly Unfazed On The Big Stage For Calvert Hall Lacrosse
Freshman Daniel Kelly has shown the poise of a seasoned upperclassman for Calvert Hall lacrosse this season, helping the Cardinals get off to a strong start in MIAA play.
PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Centennial Defender Laurie Bracey
Centennial High School senior Laurie Bracey talks with PressBox about being selected for the 2017 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game, her decision to commit to the University of Maryland and more.
Ten Reasons Why SmackDown Live Is Better Than Raw
Kevin Eck offers 10 reasons why WWE SmackDown is better than WWE Raw, including the presence of John Cena, Charlotte Flair and Shinsuke Nakamura.
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp
Will the Baltimore Ravens target Western Kentucky's Forrest Lamp in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis predicts he could be the first offensive lineman selected.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 26, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look ahead to the Wizards' Game 5 matchup against the Hawks and the Capitals' Game 1 matchup against the Penguins.
Caps Fans Prepare to #RockTheRed in Round 2 of 2017 Playoffs Presented by Boeing
The Washington Capitals announced today several new and on-going initiatives in recognition of Second Round of the Washington Capitals 2017 Playoffs presented by Boeing.
Caps Today, 4/26/17
The Capitals’ 10 postseason series against the Penguins is their most against a team in franchise playoff history.
Orioles' Bats Quiet In 2-0 Loss To Tampa Bay
"I think teams are built on pitching," Orioles starter Wade Miley said after the Orioles' 2-0 loss to the Rays. "If we do our jobs, our offense is pretty doggone good. We're going to score runs."
Jermaine Carter Jr. Ready To Lead Terps Defense In His Senior Season
"I think people are starting to buy into what's happening," Maryland linebacker Jermaine Carter Jr. said of his decision to forego the 2017 NFL Draft and return to the Terps for his senior season.
Series heads back to DC, tied 2-2
The Wizards and Hawks play Game 5 tonight at Verizon Center.
Here's How MLB Should Have Handled Matt Barnes' Suspension
Stan "The Fan" Charles says Matt Barnes' four-game suspension wasn't punishment enough for throwing at Manny Machado, and Red Sox manager John Farrell should have been disciplined as well.
Should the Redskins Play 'Let's Make a Deal'??
Much of the NFL Draft focus is on the first round Thursday night in Philadelphia, but the Redskins with ten picks at their current disposal have the ammunition to move up in the first round as well. Could they target a dynamic running back with a crazy skill set? Could they want an edge pass rusher so badly that they will climb the board? Or will they trade down? We examine this fascination dilemma with our video analysis!
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Temple OLB Haason Reddick
A former walk-on at Temple, OLB Haason Reddick is now a projected first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Could he go to the Baltimore Ravens at No. 16?
Former Maryland Jockey Club Executive Tim Capps Dies At 71
Tim Capps, who spent a career in horse racing including nearly a decade in Maryland, died April 22 in Kentucky after suffering a stroke in February.
Glenn Clark: Ravens Have No Idea Who They Will Select In NFL Draft
Think you know what the Baltimore Ravens will do with the 16th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft? Glenn Clark says, think again.
Newfangled Analytics Prove Earl Weaver Was Right All Along
The new positioning of Orioles center fielder Adam Jones reminds Jim Henneman of Earl Weaver's common refrain, "You don't get beat by the ball in front of you."
"First Look" - Michigan Edge LB - Taco Charlton
The Redskins desperately need help getting to the quarterback. They needed it last year and year before and...well you get the point. They still need it and they need it more than ever right now. While this is a fact that can't be denied, what kind of pass rusher do they need? A quick, twitchy guy or a solid all-around player that doesn't necessarily have special burst? That's the question. Is Taco Charlton that guy?
Could The Ravens Trade Back In The 2017 NFL Draft?
GM Ozzie Newsome said he has already been taking calls from teams looking to trade up to No. 16, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Baltimore Ravens trade back and acquire more picks in what is considered a deep draft.
Caps Today, 4/25/17
Washington won the season series against Pittsburgh in 2016-17 with a 2-0-2 record.
Charley Casserly Talks NFL Draft, Who Ravens Should Take With No. 16 Pick
NFL Network draft analyst and former NFL GM Charley Casserly says the Baltimore Ravens should target a pass rusher in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, and he has a few in mind.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 25, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Wizards' 111-101 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, which brings the series back to 2-2, the end of the Nationals' winning streak and more.
Buck Showalter: 'One Of Our Best Wins Of The Season'
"He's always on," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said of center fielder Adam Jones. "He loves to compete. Adam is always on, and our team feeds off that."
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Western Michigan WR Corey Davis
Will the Baltimore Ravens target Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Davis' key strengths and areas of concern.
Scott Campbell, a man many Redskins fans really don't know well, spoke at great length to the media and therefore the fan and customer base of the Redskins on Monday in advance this week's NFL Draft. What he said about two particular subjects jumped out to me.
Wizards stumble, can't recover as Hawks even series
Washington got out to its first lead after one quarter, but trouble before the half was its downfall in Game 4 in Atlanta.
Zach Britton Throws For First Time Since Going On Disabled List
"I felt good. At this point in the season, it's not like I need to build up arm strength or anything like that," said Zach Britton, who thew for the first time since he went on the disabled list.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 2, Leafs 1 (OT)
Johansson's overtime game-winner enables Caps to put the Leafs down and out, and to move on to a second-round date with the Pittsburgh Penguins
Will Compton Returns!
Will Compton officially returned to the Redskins on Monday to help solidify a position that still needs a long-term upgrade but has a short-term, diverse set of assets that should allow the Redskins to focus elsewhere in round one Thursday night.
Caps Today, 4/24/17
The Capitals defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 (OT) on Sunday at Air Canada Centre to win the series 4-2.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: April 24, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles are up to No. 3 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings, one of three AL East teams in the top 10.
Glenn Younes: Capitals Pass First Test, Will It Help Against Penguins?
Glenn Younes says the Washington Capitals passed the first test by defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs. Will the hard-fought series help them in the second round against the Pittsburgh Penguins?
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: April 24, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the week's top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, and he says it could be a good time to start making some trade offers.
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Alabama Offensive Lineman Cam Robinson
Ken Zalis says Alabama's Cam Robinson is the best offensive tackle in this year's draft, but will the Baltimore Ravens draft him at No. 16?
Capitals Individual Playoff Tickets For Eastern Conference Semifinals Go On Sale Monday, April 24
A limited number of Washington Capitals individual game tickets for all four possible home games of the Second Round of the Washington Capitals 2017 Playoffs presented by Boeing
Healthy Jimmy Smith Ready To Contribute To Ravens Secondary
With his ankle fully healed, cornerback Jimmy Smith is taking part in the Ravens' offseason workouts for the first time since 2013, and he's eager to play a full season and make his presence felt on the field.
Dustin Pedroia Doesn't Deserve Any Praise In Orioles-Red Sox Drama
Glenn Clark weighs in on the Dustin Pedroia-Manny Machado Orioles-Red Sox drama, and says it's time to stop praising Pedroia for his latest comments.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 24, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Capitals' 2-1 OT win against the Toronto Maple Leafs to advance to the second round of the NHL playoffs, where they'll match up against Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Orioles Prospect Cody Sedlock, Jimmy's Seafood Engage In Winning Twitter Exchange
The award for best twitter exchange of the weekend goes to Baltimore Orioles prospect Cody Sedlock and Jimmy's Seafood.
Wizards @ Hawks Game 4 Preview
The Wizards are in Atlanta for Game 4 on Monday night.
Mojo Working Overtime as Caps Oust Leafs
Marcus Johansson's overtime game-winner - his second goal of the game - lifts Caps to 2-1 win in Game 6 and finishes first-round series with Leafs
Wizards prepared for pivotal Game 4
After the Hawks took Game 3, the Wizards understand how far a win in Game 4 can take them.
Postgame Notes, 4/23/17
The Capitals defeated the Maple Leafs 2-1 (OT) on Sunday.
NHL Announces 2017 Stanley Cup Semifinal Schedule and Broadcast Information
he National Hockey League announced today the 2017 Stanley Cup Conference semifinals schedule and broadcast information for the series between the Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins, which begins Thursday, April 27. NBC Sports Group will have exclusive coverage of the Conference semifinals. Start times and television information for games later in this round will be released as it is determined.
Manny Machado Shows Restraint After Targeting: 'They Think I'm The Villain'
The Baltimore Orioles' 6-2 loss to the Boston Red Sox April 23, was overshadowed by Boston relief pitcher Matt Barnes throwing a pitch behind third baseman Manny Machado's head at the plate.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps Morning Skate
On killer instinct, cliffs, having fun, focus (or lack thereof), details, special teams, netminders and more
Are The Orioles Getting Closer To Their Ideal Roster?
At 12-4, the Baltimore Orioles have the best record in the majors, even as they await the return of right-handed starting pitcher Chris Tillman and left-handed relief pitcher Zach Britton from the disabled list.
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/23/17
The Washington Capitals face the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre tonight in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
For Now, Jayson Aquino Takes The Fifth Spot
Left-hander Jayson Aquino took advantage of his first career major league start, as he gave up just two runs over six innings in a 4-2 win for the Baltimore Orioles against the Boston Red Sox April 22.
Wizards unable to recover in Atlanta in Game 3
The Wizards were unable to recover from the Hawks' explosive first quarter, falling 116-98 in Game 3.
Braden Holtby Named Finalist for Vezina Trophy
The National Hockey League announced today that Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby is one of three finalists for the Vezina Trophy.
Zach Britton Looking Forward to Return
Baltimore Orioles left-handed reliever Zach Britton said he hopes to start throwing soon after being on the disabled list since April 16 with a strained forearm.
Terps' Spring Game Features Competition At Quarterback
With Caleb Henderson sitting out Maryland's annual red-white spring game April 22, Tyrrell Pigrome and Max Bortenschlager made their case for the Terps' ongoing quarterback battle.
Caps Seek to End Series on Sunday
The Caps and the Leafs are back in Toronto for Sunday's Game 6, and Washington can eliminate the Maple Leafs with a win
Game Notes at Toronto, 4/23/17
The Capitals face the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Sunday in Game 6 of the 2017 Eastern Conference quarterfinals
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 2, Leafs 1 (OT)
Mr. Game 7 gets it done two games early, lifting the Caps to a 2-1 win on Game 5 and a 3-2 series lead over the Maple Leafs, more
Caps Today, 4/22/17
Justin Williams scored the game-winning goal in overtime on Friday against Toronto, marking his second career postseason overtime goal.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: April 17-21, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Charley Casserly and Scott Feldman.
Series shifts to Atlanta for Game 3
The Wizards take a 2-0 series lead to Atlanta for Game 3 on Saturday.
Manny Machado Controversy Overshadows Another Dominant Pitching Performance
Despite pitcher Dylan Bundy's strong showing in the Baltimore Orioles 2-0 win against the Boston Red Sox, third baseman Manny Machado's slide hitting the back of Dustin Pedroia's left knee garnered attention after the game.
Williams Wins it for Washington in OT
Justin Williams' goal at 1:04 of overtime lifts the Caps to a 2-1 win in Friday's Game 5, and gives them a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven set
Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 4/21/17
The Capitals defeated the Maple Leafs 2-1 (OT) on Friday.
Chris Thompson's Back - Do the Skins Still Need a RB?
The answer to our headline is absolutely ....yes. At least in one man's opinion. Last year, at this time, the Redskins were trumpeting their full belief in Matt Jones. Nobody really believed it then and it wasn't that hard to see that Washington was gambling hard. Now, a year later, they have to play their ace in the hole.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
Very little separates the Caps from the Leafs through four games, so both teams now seek that separation as Friday's pivotal Game 5 looms
NFL Could Be Next Landing Spot For Stevenson's Austin Tennessee
Stevenson defensive back Austin Tennessee, who attended the Ravens' pro day, could become the first player in the Mustangs' six-year football history to receive an NFL opportunity.
Wade Miley, Caleb Joseph Team Up For Successful Start
Backup catcher Caleb Joseph has been behind the plate for all three of lefty Wade Miley's starts this season, and while the two have good chemistry, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he dislikes the idea of personal catchers
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/21/17
Alex Ovechkin ranks first among active players (min. 40 GP) in career playoff goals per game (0.50) and tied for fourth in career playoff points per game (0.97).
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 21, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the release of the Redskins' 2017 schedule and a preview of the Capitals' Game 5 matchup with the Maple Leafs.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: April 21, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he says owners should target Nationals reliever Shawn Kelley.
Capitals Recall Stephenson from Hershey
The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Chandler Stephenson from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Terps Add Graduate Transfer Sean Obi
Rising senior Sean Obi, who spent the last three seasons at Duke, will transfer to Maryland and be eligible for the 2017-18 season, the Terps announced April 20.
With Majors' Best Record, Orioles Return Home After Happy Trip
After a 6-3 road trip to Boston, Toronto and Cincinnati April 11-20, including a 2-1 win in 10 innings against the Reds April 20, the Orioles ran their record to 10-4, the best record in baseball.
Breaking Down the Redskins Schedule
In 2017, the Redskins do not have any scheduled nightmarish turnarounds like they did in 2016, but it's not like they have an easy schedule. Three west coast road trips plus a visit to Dallas will take a heavy toll. It's another year full of games on holidays including Thanksgiving along with Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. The Redskins will also play five primetime games.
Caps And Leafs Tangle in Critical Game 5 on Friday
After playing four one-goal games and three overtime contests in a 2-2 series, the Caps and Leafs duel in pivotal Game 5
Starting Time and TV Information Set for Game 6
The National Hockey League today announced that the start time for Game 6 of the First Round Series between the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs has been set for 7 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 23, in Toronto.
NFL Announces Ravens' 2017 Schedule
The Ravens will begin and end their season against the Cincinnati Bengals, and they will play three prime-time games as well as one in London, according to the full NFL schedule released April 20.
2017 Training Camp Roster Announced
Mystics announce the players for their 20th season presented by Giant on Sunday, April 23.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 5, Leafs 4
Wilson and Oshie each score twice, Caps score four in first and snuff out lengthy Toronto five-on-three in third, more
CAPITAL PRIDE ALLIANCE TO HONOR LGBTA HEROES, ENGENDERED SPIRITS, AND AWARD WINNERS AT ANNUAL GALA
The Capital Pride Alliance is proud to announce the recipients of the 2017 Capital Pride Heroes Award, Engendered Spirits, awards named for late founding board members, Bill Miles and Larry Stansbury, and the Ally Award.
Game Notes vs. Toronto, 4/21/17
The Capitals face the Toronto Maple Leafs at Verizon Center on Friday in Game 5 of the 2017 Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Kevin Gausman's Early Performance Conjures Memories Of Earl Weaver's Warning
Orioles stater Kevin Gausman's early-season struggles remind Stan "The Fan" Charles of something Earl Weaver told him in 1986.
Trey Mancini's College Coach Praises The Major Leaguer's Character
"Buck Showalter could tell him that he has to clean the bathrooms every single day to get playing time, and he'd be in there cleaning the bathrooms," Notre Dame baseball coach Mik Aoki said of Trey Mancini.
Navy Men's Lacrosse Enters Postseason 'On A Roll'
Despite losing six of its opening eight games, the Navy men's lacrosse team won four of its final five matchups and has gained momentum heading into the postseason.
Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation Names 2017 DC-CAP Boys’ Basketball Scholarship Recipient
Monumental Sports & Entertainment founder and Wizards owner Ted Leonsis presented a $10,000 check to Anacostia High School senior James Drummond.
Five takeaways: Wizards head to Atlanta up 2-0
With two games down, a look at five takeaways from the games in D.C. and why the Wizards have come out victorious.
Caps Today, 4/20/17
Tom Wilson and T.J. Oshie are the first pair of Capitals teammates to score two goals in the same playoff game since April 21, 2010.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 20, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Capitals' 5-4 playoff victory, the Wizards' 109-101 postseason win and the Nationals' 14-4 defeat of the Braves.
Ubaldo Jimenez Throws A Gem For Orioles
"There's no doubt about it; I needed a start like this," Ubaldo Jimenez said of his 7.2 shutout innings during the Orioles' 2-0 win against the Reds. "I needed to be there for my team, and I'm glad I was able to do that tonight."
Brad Lidge Compares Zach Britton’s Sinker To Mariano Rivera's Cutter
Former closer Brad Lidge described Orioles closer Zach Britton's sinker as "an incredible pitch" and even went so far as to compare the sinker to former Yankees star Mariano Rivera's cutter.
Caps Outlast Leafs, Even Series
The Capitals thrive early and survive late, earning a 5-4 win in Game 4 in Toronto to send series back to the District all even at 2-2
Wall, Beal lead Wizards to Game 2 win, 109-101
John Wall and Bradley Beal combined for 63 points to lead the Wizards to a Game 2 victory.
Postgame Notes, 4/19/17
The Capitals defeated the Maple Leafs 5-4 on Wednesday at Air Canada Centre.
Joe Flacco Says Ravens Have Plenty Of Talented Receivers On Roster Already
Quarterback Joe Flacco said he thinks the Ravens have enough wide receivers and don't necessarily need to add any, although he did get the scoop on one of the draft's top receivers from his brother.
Trey Mancini Gets A Shot At Batting Leadoff
It's been a season of firsts for Trey Mancini. The Orioles rookie, who hit three home runs in his first five games last year, has played right and left field for the first time, and on April 19, he's batting leadoff for the first time.
"First Look" - Colorado S Tedric Thompson
The Redskins brought in Colorado safety Tedric Thompson for a personal visit recently and for good reason. They don't have anybody that has the ball skills and speed he has. At least based on the small sample size I've seen and the larger study that draft analysts have done.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
Caps look to get even in Game 4, more shots needed at one end of the ice, less time and space at the other, more
Potential NFL Draft Day Trade Scenarios For Ravens
Ken Zalis shares some potential NFL Draft day trades for the Ravens, including the team trading up to select Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams or Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis.
PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 73
Bel Air girls' lacrosse shines through early-season schedule, Hereford boys' lacrosse flexes early-season muscle and the latest regional power rankings are here.
Bel Air Girls' Lacrosse Shines Through Early-Season Schedule
Bel Air girls' lacrosse head coach Kristen Barry has a simple philosophy when it comes to setting her nonconference schedule: "If you want to be the best, you have to play the best."
Hereford Boys' Lacrosse Flexes Early-Season Muscle
"Kids know we can play with any of the elite programs in the state," Hereford boys' lacrosse coach Sal Picataggi said. "And quite honestly, based on the results of those games, we can play with anyone, anywhere."
Am I The Only One? Thoughts On Braun Strowman, Jinder Mahal, Finn Balor And More
Kevin Eck shares his thoughts on Braun Strowman, Jinder Mahal and other moves and matchups from "SmackDown Live" and WWE "Raw."
PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Severn Attackman Michael Lamon
Severn senior Michael Lamon talks with PressBox about how his lacrosse game has developed, the Admirals' hunt for a MIAA "A" conference title and more.
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/19/17
The Capitals face the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at Air Canada Centre in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Megan Taylor's Netminding Keeps Terps On Top
Maryland sophomore Megan Taylor has emerged as one of the nation's best goalkeepers, and she's played a key role in helping the Terps remain at the top of the national polls.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 19, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look ahead to the Capitals' Game 4 matchup against the Maple Leafs and the Wizards' Game 2 matchup against the Hawks.
Painful Night For Kevin Gausman, Seth Smith In Orioles' Loss To Cincinnati
Seth Smith left the Orioles' game against the Reds after five innings with a strained right hamstring, but the outfielder described the move as more of a "preemptive or precautionary" measure.
Tanner Scott Transitions To Starter, But Bullpen Is Still The End Goal
Orioles prospect Tanner Scott has made the move to starting pitcher with the Bowie Baysox this season, but it's all about helping the 22-year-old left-hander develop the pitches he needs to be a successful major league reliever.
Wizards and Hawks meet for Game 2
The Wizards host the Hawks for Game 2 tonight at Verizon Center.
Caps Look to Regain Home Ice Advantage in Game 4
Washington seeks to shake a four-game road losing streak in the playoffs on Wednesday against the Leafs in a critical Game 4
Orioles' Zach Britton Feeling Better, But No Timetable For Return
"Whatever we're doing in the training room, we're making good progress," Orioles closer Zach Britton said, but no decision has been made on when he'll begin throwing again.
Game Notes at Toronto, 4/19/17
The Capitals face the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Wednesday in Game 4 of the 2017 Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Jimmy Brumbaugh Brings 'A Lot Of Intensity' To Terps' Defensive Line
Maryland football struggled to stop the run during the 2016 season, but new defensive line coach and co-defensive coordinator Jimmy Brumbaugh is determined to build "a physical, bully defense."
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Leafs 4, Caps 3 (OT)
Caps can't hold either of two two-goal leads in Game 3, inability to score on two-minute, two-man advantage is damning, more
Baysox Catcher Austin Wynns: Chris Tillman's 'Stuff Was Great'
"He was on point all the time," Bowie Baysox catcher Austin Wynns said after catching Orioles starter Chris Tillman for a rehab assignment April 17.
Glenn Younes: Trying To Make Sense Of Capitals' Playoff Woes
Glenn Younes can't quite put his finger on why the Washington Capitals are so good during the regular season and yet struggle so much during the playoffs.
Caps Today, 4/18/17
Justin Williams earned an assist on Monday at Toronto, extending his point streak to three games this series (4/13-4/17: 2g, 2a).
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 18, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Washington Capitals' overtime loss to the Maple Leafs to fall behind, 2-1, in the series.
John Smoltz: Dylan Bundy 'Has Dynamic Stuff That Can Dominate'
Hall of Famer John Smoltz is admittedly a fan of Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy, but he is hardly a fan of the way Bundy and other starters are brought through the minor leagues in today's game.
Leafs Overcome Caps in OT to Take Series Lead
The Caps coughed up a two-goal lead and dropped a second straight overtime decision to Leafs in Game 3, falling down 2-1 in best-of-seven set
Postgame Notes, 4/17/17
The Capitals fell to the Maple Leafs 4-3 (OT) on Monday,
Chris Tillman Gets Through First Rehab Start
"Pretty good. As of right now, looking forward, I feel … good. It's going well," Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman said after he gave up one run on two hits in 2.2 innings during a rehab assignment with the Bowie Baysox.
Starting Time and TV Information Set for Game 5
The National Hockey League today announced that the start time for Game 5 of the First Round series between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals has been set for 7 p.m. ET on Friday, April 21, in Washington.
Baseball Getting Distracted With Meaningless Stats
Ever get the impression baseball is getting overwhelmed with numbers and formulas? Jim Henneman says, welcome to the club.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
Blueline personnel changes could be in offing for both sides, Caps look to score first and dictate the game, more
Gortat making most of opportunity against former teammate Howard
Marcin Gortat opens up about battling former teammate and mentor Dwight Howard in Game 1.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: April 17, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the week's top fantasy baseball risers and fallers as well as a brutal stretch of injuries, and what the potential fantasy impact could be.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: April 17, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles jump two spots to No. 5 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings, and there's a new team in the No. 1 spot.
Ravens Offseason Officially Kicks Off April 18
The Ravens' offseason program officially kicks off April 18, when players return to the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, Md., for the two-week conditioning program.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 17, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the intensity of Wizards' 114-107 win against the Hawks to open their first-round playoff series, the anxiety of Capitals fans with the series tied 1-1 and more.
Ravens On Todd Heap Tragedy: 'We Cannot Imagine The Heartbreak'
Immediately after former Ravens tight end Todd Heap accidentally hit and killed his 3-year-old daughter as he moved his truck, the Ravens, Cardinals and several current and former NFL athletes expressed their condolences.
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/17/17
Alex Ovechkin has earned 17 points (8g, 9a) in 13 career Game 3s and has earned more points in Game 3 than any other game of a series.
Torrey Smith And Baltimore: A Deep Connection
Torrey Smith may never catch another pass for the Ravens, but in the game of life, Smith and his wife, Chanel, keep making big plays for their adopted hometown of Baltimore.
Hyun Soo Kim: What A Difference A Year Makes
"In Korea, I was always trying to be perfect, trying to have the prettiest swing, the prettiest form," Orioles outfielder Hyun Soo Kim said, "but here in the U.S., I am trying to be more aggressive and not really fear mistakes."
Ravens' 2015 Draft Class Needs To Step Up
Bo Smolka says it's time for the Ravens' 2015 draft class to live up to expectations, because the team can ill afford another lost season from this class.
Five Reasons Why The Orioles Will Be Better In 2017
Dan Connolly lists five reasons he thinks the Orioles will be one game better in 2017, and he says he still believes in Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez.
Examining Dan Duquette's 2017 Pitching Mission
Stan "The Fan" Charles says with the Orioles' starting pitching being so iffy, it seems the team is planning for an almost unprecedented shuttle between Baltimore and Triple-A Norfolk.
Despite Initial Skepticism, Camden Yards Has Become A Bucket-List Destination
Oriole Park at Camden Yards has become so widely accepted as "The Ballpark That Changed Baseball Forever" that Jim Henneman says it's easy to forget how much initial opposition there was to both the location and the design.
Celebrity Orioles Fans Share Their Favorite Spots At Camden Yards
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, PressBox asked some well-known Orioles fans about where they most enjoy sitting when they attend a game.
The 15: Orioles Milestones To Watch In 2017
The Orioles enter the 2017 season with many individual milestones on the horizon. Here's a look at 15 that could be achieved this season.
What Will Ravens Do In The First Round Of The NFL Draft?
Glenn Clark says he honestly has no idea what the Ravens will do with the 16th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but he breaks down some potential options, including taking Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams.
2017 Mock First-Round NFL Draft
Ken Zalis offers his third NFL mock draft of the season, and he thinks the Ravens will select Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson.
No Sophomore Slump For Loyola's Pat Spencer
Loyola sophomore attackman Pat Spencer is meeting the lofty expectations that came with a record-setting 2016 season, leading the Greyhounds in scoring thanks to his creativity and explosiveness with the ball.
Terps Spring Ball: Opportunity Knocks For Caleb Henderson, Jacquille Veii
As the Maryland football team begins spring practices, quarterback Caleb Henderson and receiver Jacquille Veii are both looking to take advantage of opportunities to lead the Terps.
Bill Nelson's Career At Johns Hopkins A Study In Excellence
After 31 years, Bill Nelson has announced his retirement, but the coach who built the Johns Hopkins men's basketball program into a national contender will leave a legacy of athletic and academic excellence.
Fresh Off NCAA Tournament, Mount St. Mary's Looks To Stay Relevant
The Mount St. Mary's men's basketball team just finished an impressive season, and athletic officials are already working to make sure newfound interest translates into increased season-ticket sales.
The Rivalry: Boys' Latin Vs. St. Paul's
The St. Paul's and Boys' Latin lacrosse teams will face off for the 100th time May 16, in a rivalry that brings together generations of families and friends.
A Favorite Moment: Former Players Relish The St. Paul's-Boys' Latin Rivalry
Ahead of the 100th game, former St. Paul's and Boys' Latin lacrosse players share memories of the storied rivalry.
Poly Baseball Looking To Change Baltimore City's Baseball Culture
Under head coach Corey Goodwin, the Poly baseball team has won nine City championships, and now the Engineers are out to prove they can compete with the county teams, too.
Kenneth Sumpter Jr. Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month
Kenneth Sumpter Jr., a member of the basketball and football teams at Havre de Grace High School in Harford County, was named the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month for March.
M&T Bank Stadium Concerts Provide 'Positive Boost' For City
"Hosting concerts of big-name bands, such as Metallica, is important to building Baltimore's brand as a first-class entertainment destination," said Al Hutchinson, president and CEO of Visit Baltimore, the city's tourism agency.
Raiders' Relocation Shifts Tide For Legalized Gambling
Bill Ordine says the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas will likely have sweeping implications in the fight toward legalized sports betting.
Ricig's World Of Sports: More Garden Gnome Possibilities
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano takes a look at some more garden gnome possibilities the Orioles could consider.
Soccer Takes Ex-Fallston High Goalie On International Adventure
Audrey Baldwin, a goalie at Fallston High School and Harford Community College, has already played in Portugal, Iceland and Denmark, and she recently signed with Juvisy, a French soccer team.
IFX Offers International Options For Soccer Players Looking To Elevate Their Game
Former McDaniel and Stevenson soccer coach John Plevyak now works for the International Futbol X-Change, an organization offering international soccer exchange programs for professional, amateur and youth players.
SquashWise Alumnus Turns To Coaching, College After Playing Career
Former Baltimore Civitas Middle/High School student Darian Rich was once SquashWise's No. 1-ranked player; now, he's taken on a different role with the nonprofit, youth development program.
They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: April 2017
USA World Baseball Classic manager Jim Leyland, new Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr, Maryland assistant basketball coach Bino Ranson and others joined Glenn Clark Radio this month.
Community Beat: April 15-May 15, 2017
Check out the listings in PressBox's April 2017 edition of Community Beat.
In The Paper: April 2017
Cover Story: Torrey Smith may never catch another pass for the Ravens, but in the game of life, Smith and his wife, Chanel, keep making big plays for their adopted hometown of Baltimore.
Wizards handle Hawks in Game 1, 114-107
John Wall and Markieff Morris led the Wizards to a Game 1 win against the Hawks.
Game Notes at Toronto, 4/17/17
The Capitals face the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Monday in Game 3 of the 2017 Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Scene Shifts to Toronto for Game 3 on Monday
Two nights after the Leafs square the series on Kapanen's game-winner in double overtime, the series shifts to Toronto, starting with Monday's Game 3
Orioles Don't Need Zach Britton In Win Against Blue Jays, But They'll Miss Him
Fortunately for the Orioles, their 11-4 win against the Toronto Blue Jays April 16 was a game when a closer wasn’t needed; unfortunately, there probably won’t be many of them.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Leafs 4, Caps 3 (2OT)
Lost Caps sticks lead to half of Leafs' goals, including game-winner; Leafs lose Polak for game and season, more
Interleague Play Means The Joy Of Orioles Pitchers Hitting
Oriole pitchers don't always have to step up to the plate, but when they do, how do they fare?
Caps Today, 4/16/17
Braden Holtby has posted two shutouts, a 1.72 goals-against average and a .940 save percentage in his playoff career following a loss.
Will Likely: NFL Teams 'Love What I Can Do'
Former Maryland cornerback Will Likely is eager to prove he has NFL-caliber talent. "[Teams] love what I can do, and everyone knows I can do it," Likely said. "At this point now, it's just coming back healthy."
Kapanen Wins it for Leafs in Second Overtime
Kasperi Kapanen's second goal of the game helps the Leafs to 4-3 double overtime win over Caps, evening first-round playoff series at a game apiece
Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, Game 2
The Capitals fell to the Maple Leafs 4-3 (2OT).
Alec Asher Gives Orioles Reason For Optimism Following Loss
The Orioles squeezed across a run to tie the game in the ninth inning, but a walk-off home run from Kendrys Morales spoiled a solid Orioles debut for right-hander Alec Asher.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
Caps seek swifter start, and both sides start to play the adjustment game as we move deeper into the series in Saturday's Game 2
Wizards and Hawks set for Game 1
The Wizards host the Hawks in Game 1 of the first round of the playoffs.
Malik McDowell - "First Look"
The Redskins continue to host prospects leading up to the NFL Draft and one of the more intriguing players to jump on the radar screen for Washington is Malik McDowell from Michigan State. He's everything you would want in some ways and a potential massive whiff in other ways. Will the Redskins take the chance?
How Amazing Has Zach Britton Been?
Zach Britton notched his 54th consecutive save in Toronto April 14, tying him for second on the all-time consecutive saves list. Britton has only given up three runs in save opportunities during that stretch.
Todd Heap's Daughter Killed In Accident
Former Ravens tight end Todd Heap accidentally hit and killed his 3-year-old daughter while moving his truck in his driveway at their home in Mesa, Arizona, April 14, a
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/15/17
Braden Holtby has allowed two goals or fewer in 32 of his 47 career playoff games and Washington has posted a 21-11 record in those games.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: April 10-14, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with John Smoltz and Daniel Jeremiah.
Orioles Win Again In Toronto, Run Record to 7-2
A third consecutive road victory kept the Orioles in first place, while Zach Britton achieved a career-milestone in a 6-4 win against the Blue Jays.
Experienced or not, Wizards ready for postseason basketball
With less playoff experience than most, the Wizards are focused on playing their brand of basketball.
NBA Playoffs: Round 1 Picks
Our digital staff picks their opening round winners.
Caps Aim for Better 60 Minutes in Game 2
Washington won Thursday's Game 1 without playing its best hockey, and it now seeks to play closer to its peak in Saturday's Game 2
Murphy Officially Suspended, Leaving Redskins with a Huge Problem.
It hasn't been a good week for the Redskins or their edge pass rushers. Junior Galette was arrested and faces league discipline (again) and Trent Murphy was officially suspended Friday and will miss the Redskins first four games.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 3, Leafs 2 (OT)
Wilson becomes first Cap ever to score first playoff goal in OT, Caps take advantage of Leafs' lack of defensive depth, more
Lorenzo Harrison Knows He Must 'Stay Away From All The Foolishness'
"It really got to me how fast everything was almost taken away from me," said Maryland running back Lorenzo Harrison, who spoke to reporters for the first time since being suspended for the last four games of the 2016 season.
Game Notes vs. Toronto, 4/15/17
The Capitals host the Toronto Maple Leafs at Verizon Center on Saturday in Game 2 of the 2017 Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Orioles Roster Moves Likely To Come With Dizzying Regularity This Season
Rich Dubroff says it appears the Orioles are prepared to make roster moves at a rapid pace this season, particularly in the bullpen.
Maryland's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Brionna Jones Selected In First Round of WNBA Draft
Former Terps standouts Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and Brionna Jones were drafted sixth and eighth overall, respectively, in the 2017 WNBA Draft; they are the third Maryland tandem to be drafted together in the first round.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: April 14, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he says owners should have their eye on Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini.
Caps Today, 4/14/17
Justin Williams scored two goals in Game 1 against Toronto, marking his fourth career postseason multi-goal game.
NFL Network Analyst: WR Corey Davis Would Be 'Home Run' For Ravens
NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah said Western Michigan receiver Corey Davis, considered by many to be the most complete receiver in the draft, could slip to No. 16 because of ankle surgery this winter.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 14, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Capitals' come-from-behind 3-2 overtime win against the Maple Leafs to give Washington a 1-0 series lead.
Wilson Wins it for Washington
Tom Wilson's first career playoff goal enables the Caps to overcome an early two-goal hole for a 3-2 win in Game 1 of opening round series vs. Leafs
Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 4/13/17
The Capitals defeated the Maple Leafs 3-2 (OT) on Thursday.
Terps Standout Shatori Walker-Kimbrough Selected 6th Overall in 2017 WNBA Draft
Jennie Simms (Rd. 2) from Old Dominion and Mehryn Kraker (Rd. 3) from UW - Green Bay were also added to the roster.
Once More, With Feeling
How a closed-door, players only meeting refocused the Caps and reminded them of what really matters - each other, and the addicting feeling of winning
Orioles Can't Win On Home Runs Alone
The Orioles slugged five home runs during the first three innings against the Red Sox April 12, but Rich Dubroff says the team is going to need more than just the long ball to win this season.
Glenn Younes Dissects Capitals', Wizards' Playoff Chances
Glenn Younes says this is the Capitals' best chance to win a Stanley Cup and the Wizards are going to make it past the second round of the playoffs.
Undefeated Dulaney Softball Has Mind On Postseason
The Dulaney softball team is 8-0 and has outscored its opponents, 72-13, as the program seeks its first MPSSAA regional title since 2003.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
It's playoff time in the District, five-on-five play was key to Caps' success in season and must be again now, Leafs' terrific trio, more
Patient Craig Gentry Waits For Chance With Orioles
Outfielder Craig Gentry has gone hitless in eight at-bats to start 2017, but Buck Showalter isn't worried. "I wouldn't cast too much doubt on two or three games," Showalter said. "He's going to do some good things for us."
Graham Savio A Dominant Force For Loyola
As it hunts for back-to-back Patriot League titles, the No. 19 Loyola men's lacrosse team is relying heavily on faceoff specialist Graham Savio, who has won 61.5 percent of faceoffs this season.
Roundtable: Five questions heading into #WizHawks
The digital team answers five pressing questions for the Wizards-Hawks opening round series.
Glenn Clark: North Carolina-Maryland Spat Bound By Bravado
Glenn Clark says the recent quarrel between Maryland president Wallace Loh and UNC men's basketball coach Roy Williams is one of many examples of how awful collegiate athletics can be.
Paul Biancardi: Darryl Morsell, Bruno Fernando Will 'Help Right Away'
ESPN.com national director of high school boys' basketball recruiting Paul Biancardi discusses expectations for the Terps' incoming freshman class, Maryland's open scholarships and more.
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/13/17
Braden Holtby ranks first in NHL playoff history in career save percentage and fourth in career goals-against average.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 13, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' 110-102 loss to the Heat during the final regular-season game and a look ahead to Washington's first-round playoff matchup with the Hawks.
Orioles' Five Home Runs Give Them Big Win In Boston
The Orioles hit five home runs during the first six games of the 2017 season; they doubled that total in the first three innings against the Red Sox April 13 on their way to a 12-5 win.
LaQuan Williams: Baltimore Brigade 'Gives The Fans Something Else To Cheer About'
Former Terps and Ravens wide receiver LaQuan Williams has found a new home with the Baltimore Brigade, and he says the fast pace of the AFL makes for a "fun, exciting game."
"First Look" - FSU RB Dalvin Cook
Dalvin Cook is one of the most explosive players in the draft, but he comes with some character concerns and some injury issues that could bring his stock down. He visited Redskins Park this week and there's a decent possibility he'll be available at # 17 when the Redskins are on the clock.
WIZARDS ANNOUNCE 2017 PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
Washington Will Face Atlanta in a Best-of-Seven First Round Matchup Presented by WGL
Wizards finish regular season 49-33
With most of their starters on Wednesday in the season finale in Miami, the Wizards lost 110-102.
Caps and Leafs Tangle in Game 1
Washington and Toronto are the last of the Eastern Conference clubs to start their first-round series when they face-off on Thursday in the District
Game Notes vs. Toronto, 4/13/17
The Capitals host the Toronto Maple Leafs at Verizon Center on Thursday in Game 1 of the 2017 Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
"First Look" - UCONN S Obi Melifonwu
The Redskins are entertaining several prospects on private visits as the clock ticks down to the first round of the NFL Draft which is 15 days and counting. One very intriguing safety prospect, in a draft loaded with top end talent that is likely to go before Washington is on the clock, the Redskins might have to "settle" for an athlete that 'jumps out' on tape.
PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 72
The McDonogh girls continued their historic run, and the Bullis boys took down an MIAA power at the fourth annual PNC Lacrosse Classic at Loyola's Ridley Athletic Complex April 8.
Jim Palmer: Dylan Bundy Has A Complete-Game Mentality
Orioles great Jim Palmer shared his view of the 2017 Orioles, including thoughts on Dylan Bundy, Seth Smith, Manny Machado and more.
Boys' Latin Lacrosse Looking Strong Entering Conference Play
Boys' Latin head coach Brian Farrell has put his team through a tough nonconference schedule to make sure the Lakers are ready for their MIAA "A" conference opener April 18.
PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Mercy Attacker Katie Yeagle
Mercy junior Katie Yeagle talks with PressBox about her offseason regimen, the Magic's quest for its first IAAM lacrosse title since 2011 and more.
After Rough Start, Loyola Women's Lacrosse Gaining Momentum
After losing six straight nonconference games to top 20 teams to start the season, the Loyola women's lacrosse team is undefeated in the Patriot League and seeking its fourth straight conference title.
John Harbaugh Expecting Big Things From Bronson Kaufusi
The trade of Timmy Jernigan and the departure of Lawrence Guy opened two sizable holes on the Ravens' defensive line, but John Harbaugh is optimistic one of them can be filled by Bronson Kaufusi.
Q&A: Former WWE Ring Announcer Justin Roberts
Kevin Eck talked to former WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts about his autobiography, WWE's bullying issue and more.
Eastern Conference Playoff Thumbnails
A quick overview of the eight Eastern Conference entrants in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs
Caps Today, 4/12/17
Alex Ovechkin ranks first in franchise history in playoff points and goals, ranks tied for first in power-play goals (13) and tied for fifth in assists.
BRADLEY BEAL AND JOHN WALL TEMPORARY MURAL AT BEN’S CHILI BOWL
Ben’s Chili Bowl, one of Washington D.C.’s most iconic institutions, will unveil a new temporary mural featuring the dynamic Wizards backcourt of Bradley Beal and John Wall.
Chance Sisco: 'I'll Be Ready' When Orioles Call
Orioles prospect Chance Sisco is projected to reach the majors this season, and the 22-year-old is confident he can emerge as a consistent big league catcher.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 12, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' playoff opponent, Capitals defenseman John Carlson's postseason status and more.
Regular season finale in Miami
The Wizards play the Heat tonight in the regular season finale.
J.J. Hardy: 'It Just Turned Into Ugly Baseball'
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy was quick to take responsibility after the Orioles' 8-1 loss to the Red Sox April 11. "I just missed it," Hardy said. "... It just turned into ugly baseball after I didn't make that double play."
2017 NFL Draft: Defensive Rankings
With the 2017 NFL Draft approaching, Ken Zalis shares his top five rankings at each defensive position.
Quick look back: #WizHawks season series
Locked into the No. 4 seed, the Wizards will take on the No. 5 seed Atlanta Hawks in the opening round of the NBA Playoffs.
Wizards Recall McClellan from Rio Grande Valley
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that rookie guard Sheldon McClellan has been recalled from the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA Development League.
Chris Tillman Could Start At Bowie Next Week
Right-handed pitcher Chris Tillman threw 30 pitches in two innings at an extended spring training game in Sarasota, Fla., April 11, and it went well, manager Buck Showalter said.
2017 Washington Capitals Playoff Guide
The 2017 Washington Capitals Playoff Guide is now available for download.
Western Conference Playoff Thumbnails
A quick overview of the eight Western Conference entrants in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs
Galette Arrested - What's Next?
Junior Galette was arrested over the weekend and just when you thought the Redskins could stay out of the headlines for a few days, bam! Some call him the "Sack-Man" but for the Redskins - there's been a sack of sorrow and he's now been arrested one more time than games he's played in (zero).
Capitals Re-assign Stephenson to Hershey
The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Chandler Stephenson to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Ken Rosenthal: 'Whole Different Look' To Orioles If Dylan Bundy Progresses
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal says Dylan Bundy appears set to establish himself as a "legitimate, quality major league starter," and if that happens, it gives the Orioles "a whole different look."
2017 NFL Draft: Offensive Rankings
With the 2017 NFL Draft approaching, Ken Zalis shares his top five rankings at each offensive position.
Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation and Washington Capitals Launch FanAngel Crowdfunding-For-Performance Campaign To Benefit “So Kids Can”
Sports fundraising platform FanAngel has launched a campaign with Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE) Foundation and the Washington Capitals benefiting So Kids Can. Through MSE Foundation and So Kids Can, the campaign will benefit Martha’s Table’s Joyful Food Markets.
Cedric Mullins: 'Coming Back Into My Own' As Leadoff Hitter
Orioles prospect Cedric Mullins learned a lot from his experience in big league camp this spring, and now he's focused on redeveloping his skills as a true leadoff hitter with the Bowie Baysox.
Caps Today, 4/11/17
The Washington Capitals will face the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 11, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' hunt for 50 wins, the Capitals' playoff preparations, the Redskins' preseason schedule, the Nationals' offense and more.
Ravens Release Preseason Schedule
The Baltimore Ravens open the preseason at home against the Washington Redskins Aug. 10, and they'll also be home for the third preseason game, when starters traditionally see their most extensive action.
A Long Way Back To The Big Leagues For Nolan Reimold
Former Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold signed with the Independent League's Long Island Ducks April 5, and while a path back to MLB seems unlikely, he wouldn't be the first.
Beal, Wizards shut down Pistons in Palace finale
Without his backcourt co-star, Bradley Beal stole the show in Detroit on Monday night.
Christian McCaffrey: "First Look"
He almost won the Heisman. He tore apart the Pac-12. Christian McCaffrey is a stud and somehow seems underrated entering the NFL Draft. His stock is said to be on the rise, according to draft experts and when I watched DraftBreakdown.com's tape cut-ups of him, you see why he's soaring.
Jaylen Brantley To Transfer From Maryland
Terps guard Jaylen Brantley will transfer from Maryland and seek a larger role at a different school for his senior season, the Terps announced April 10.
Powerful Offense, Strong Pitching Key Maryland Baseball's Surge
After starting the season 1-5, the Maryland baseball team has won 19 of its last 24 games and remains in the hunt for the Big Ten title.
Glenn Younes: Tiger Woods Should Go Into Media
Glenn Younes reacts to Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson and the 2017 Masters, and he says it might be time for Tiger Woods to pivot toward another area of the golf world.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: April 10, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the week's top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Astros outfielder George Springer to Twins outfielder Byron Buxton.
Capitals Win 2016-17 William M. Jennings Trophy
The Capitals won the 2016-17 William M. Jennings Trophy, an annual award given to the goalkeeper(s) for the team with the fewest goals scored against it.
Secondary Is Improved, But Pass Rush Remains Glaring Need For Ravens
With four picks in the top 78 selections in the NFL Draft, Bo Smolka says it would be surprising if the Ravens don't use an early pick on a pass rusher in a draft considered loaded with them.
Could Manny Machado Leave For The Yankees?
Glenn Clark says in light of The New York Post talking to Manny Machado, the conversation surrounding his future in Baltimore has taken on a more nervous tone.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Panthers 2, Caps 0
Caps drop finale but win Jennings Trophy, Mitchell debuts, seven Caps skate in all 82 games, more
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: April 10, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles rose six spots to No. 7 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' MLB power rankings.
Capitals Sign Beck Malenstyn
The Washington Capitals have signed forward Beck Malenstyn to a three-year, entry-level contract beginning with the 2017-18 season.
Washington Capitals to Welcome Caps Playoff Babies at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital on Wednesday, April 12
Washington Capitals personnel including mascot Slapshot will present babies at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital with a Capitals blanket and hat in conjunction with the team’s playoff run on Wednesday, April 12. Media are invited to attend the Capitals’ visit to the labor and delivery unit and the mother baby unit from 11 a.m. through noon.
For Chris Davis, Defense Also Comes First
Chris Davis may be well known for his power hitting, but his defense at first base is a significant reason the Orioles have won four of their first five games.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 10, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Capitals' first-round postseason matchup with the the Toronto Maple Leafs, which will begin in Washington April 13.
Capitals Re-assign Mitchell to Hershey
The Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Garrett Mitchell to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Wizards in Detroit to close out The Palace
The Wizards are in Detroit tonight to close out The Palace.
Capitals Announce 2017 Stanley Cup Quarterfinals Broadcast Information
The National Hockey League announced today the 2017 Stanley Cup Conference quarterfinals broadcast information between the Washington Capitals and the Toronto Maple Leafs, which begins Thursday, April 13 at 7 p.m. at Verizon Center. Games 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and will be televised on CSN and streamed live on CSNmidatlantic.com and the NBC Sports app. Broadcast information for Game 6 will be announced at a later date.
Caps Wrap Up Regular Season with Loss to Cats, 2-0
Caps' four-game winning streak ends with Sunday's loss, but they finish the regular season on a strong 11-2-1 run
McCaffrey & Obi to Visit, Kling in the Fold.
The Redskins have quietly been busy over the last few days, as the annual NFL Draft draws closer and free agency winds down. Two reported visits jumped out to me as intriguing fits and if the Redskins could land a 1-2 punch, they would look a lot different and be a lot better.
Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 4/9/17
The Capitals lost to the Panthers 2-0 on Sunday.
Walks Lead To Orioles' Sloppy 7-3 Loss To Yankees
Baltimore Orioles pitching walked 11 hitters in a 7-3 loss to the New York Yankees April 9, with starter Wade Miley walking seven and reliever Darren O'Day walking three.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps Morning Skate
No morning skate before today's regular season finale, but read all about Garrent Mitchell's impending NHL debut
Lardarius Webb Adds Depth To Ravens' Remade Secondary
The Ravens signed safety Tony Jefferson and cornerback Brandon Carr earlier this offseason to remake their secondary, but Bo Smolka says re-signing Lardarius Webb adds needed depth.
Orioles Place Joey Rickard On Disabled List With Sprained Finger
Orioles outfielder Joey Rickard sprained the middle finger of his left hand when he slid into second base on a stolen base attempt April 9. The injury made room for left-handed pitcher Wade Miley.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 3, Bruins 1
Caps win fourth straight game, reach 55 wins for second straight season, Orpik and Johansson reach milestones in games played, more
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/9/17
The Capitals conclude their 2016-17 regular-season schedule tonight against the Florida Panthers at Verizon Center.
Capitals Recall Mitchell and Stephenson from Hershey
The Washington Capitals have recalled forwards Garrett Mitchell and Chandler Stephenson from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL)
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: UCLA DE/OLB Takkarist McKinley
Will the Baltimore Ravens target UCLA's Takkarist McKinley in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down McKinley's key strengths and injury concerns.
Caps Close Out Campaign vs. Cats
Caps carry a four-game winning streak into season finale as they aim to go into the playoffs on a high note
Wizards fall late to Heat, 106-103
The Wizards lost their regular season home finale to the Heat on Saturday night.
Bullpen Allows Orioles To Go 4-0 In Win Over Yankees
Orioles relievers, including right-hander Brad Brach, threw 4 1/3 scoreless innings to help the Orioles to a 5-4 victory over the Yankees April 8. The unit has thrown 16 2/3 shutout innings so far this year.
Caps Drop Bruins, 3-1
Washington downs Bruins in final regular season road game of 2016-17
Game Notes vs. Florida, 4/9/17
The Capitals conclude their 2016-17 regular season schedule on Sunday against the Florida Panthers at Verizon Center.
Reports: Ravens To Re-Sign Defensive Back Lardarius Webb
The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a three-year deal with long-time defensive back Lardarius Webb, as first reported by the Baltimore Sun.
Orioles' Chris Tillman Making Progress In Shoulder Rehab
Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman threw live batting practice April 8 in Sarasota, Fla. and will throw two innings in extended spring training April 11, per manager Buck Showalter.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
No morning skate before Saturday's matinee road finale in Boston, but here are some notes related to the game
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/8/17
The Capitals play their final road game of the 2016-17 regular season on Saturday against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: April 3-7, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Ken Rosenthal and LaQuan Williams.
Wizards close out home slate with Heat
The Wizards wrap up their home slate tonight with the Miami Heat.
Valor Blast Past Brigade in AFL Opener
Two teams, playing in their first ever game met on Friday night in the nation's most important city as the Arena Football League welcomed in two new teams and started a new era. The team with more time, experience and a lot more balance won.
Orioles Top Yankees Behind Blasts By Manny Machado, Seth Smith
The Orioles improved to 3-0 with a 6-5 comeback victory over the visiting Yankees, as home runs by Manny Machado and Seth Smith helped overcome a rocky start by right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez.
End Of The Road For Caps
Washington finishes out the road portion of its 2016-17 regular season schedule on Saturday afternoon against the Bruins in Boston
Orioles Continue To Add Pitchers, Acquire Miguel Castro From Colorado
The Orioles added two pitchers over the past two days to create more flexibility on the 40-man roster. "If they didn’t have options, we probably wouldn’t be doing this," manager Buck Showalter said.
Game Notes at Boston, 4/8/17
The Capitals play their final road game of the 2016-17 regular season on Saturday against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden.
Glenn Younes: Timmy Jernigan Trade Allows Ravens To Reload
Glenn Younes says the Ravens knew Timmy Jernigan wouldn't be with the team beyond next season, so they made the decision to reload now with youth.
Century Baseball Sets Sights On Program's First Title
After going 13-8 last season, the Century High School baseball team is focused on bringing home the program's first title since the school opened in 2001.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: April 7, 2017
Phil Backert examines the early-season fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners keep their eyes on Orioles starter Dylan Bundy during his next two starts.
Blast Looking For Back-To-Back Titles Against Soles de Sonora
The Baltimore Blast and Soles de Sonora will once again face off for the league title. "We think this is the way it's supposed to be, because we have the best organizations in the league," Blast owner Ed Hale said.
Ozzie Newsome Already Getting Calls About Ravens' No. 16 Pick; Some Deals Likely
History suggests Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome will make at least one deal during the draft, and he said at the pre-draft news conference teams have already called him about trading for the No. 16 overall pick.
Caps Today, 4/7/17
The Capitals defeated the New York Rangers 2-0 on Wednesday to clinch the Presidents’ Trophy for the third time in franchise history (2009-10, 2015-16) and the second consecutive season.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 7, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' much-needed 106-103 win against the Knicks, which keeps Washington in position for the No. 3 seed in the Eastern Conference.
Buck Showalter On Zach Britton's Ninth Innings: 'Not Just Anyone Can Pitch It'
"It's not always as easy as it may seem," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said of closer Zach Britton pitching in the ninth inning. "It's a different inning. Not just anyone can pitch it."
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Washington WR John Ross
Will the Baltimore Ravens target Washington wide receiver John Ross in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Ross' key strengths and weaknesses.
2017 Redskins Draft Watch: Washington WR John Ross
Will the Washington Redskins target Washington wide receiver John Ross in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Ross' key strengths and weaknesses.
Baltimore Brigade @ Washington Valor - The First Chapter!
A new rivalry has been simmering on the stove for the last few months and it has a familiar ring to it. The "Battle of the Beltways" goes indoors for the first-time ever, as the Arena Football League comes to Washington and Baltimore at the same time. The Valor and the Brigade kick off their inaugural seasons against each other Friday night at Verizon Center.
Wizards sweep season series against Knicks with 106-103 win
John Wall and Bradley Beal combined for 49 points as the Wizards swept the season series against the Knicks with a 106-103 win in New York.
Ravens Re-Sign Michael Campanaro To One-Year Deal
The Ravens announced they have signed wide receiver and River Hill High School product Michael Campanaro to a new one-year deal that could be worth up to $2 million.
Orioles Getting To Know, Appreciate Welington Castillo
"I thought Welington [Castillo], the last two [games], has been really good," Buck Showalter said. "... He spent a lot of time with these guys in the spring, a lot of it on his part, and I think he really got their respect."
Maryland Casinos Set Revenue Record In March
Maryland casinos set a new monthly revenue record in March, as the December addition of the MGM National Harbor saw March's revenue figures jump 44.3 percent from the same time last year.
Ruston Souder Playing Key Role In UMBC's Quick League Start
UMBC men's lacrosse has won four of its past six games thanks in large part to senior goalkeeper Ruston Souder, as the Retrievers are 2-0 in conference play for the first time since 2012.
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 2, Rangers 0
Caps show no signs of weariness in taking down Rangers to earn Metro title, Holtby moves into NHL's top spot in wins and shutouts, more
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 6, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Capitals' 2-0 victory against the Rangers, which clinched Washington's second straight Presidents' Trophy.
Caps Fans Prepare to #RockTheRed in 2017 Playoffs Presented by Boeing
The Washington Capitals announced today several initiatives in recognition of the 2017 playoffs presented by Boeing.
Past Five Years Make Camden Yards Celebration Meaningful
While Glenn Clark says Camden Yards would be a constructional marvel on its 25th birthday regardless of wins and losses, the past five years make its anniversary celebration far more meaningful.
Verizon Center Set to Paint 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs Logos Monday, April 10
The Washington Capitals and Verizon Center are set to paint the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoff logos on the Verizon Center ice Tuesday, April 11.
Wizards in the Big Apple
The Wizards take on the Knicks tonight at Madison Square Garden
The ultimate teammate, Jason Smith always stays ready
Credited by his teammates as a great teammate and professional, Jason Smith has emerged as one of the NBA's most reliable shooting big men.
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Purdue WR DeAngelo Yancey
After being snubbed by the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, Purdue wide receiver DeAngelo Yancey has worked hard throughout the draft process. Is he a possible late-round target for the Ravens?
Orioles' Dylan Bundy Shines In 2017 Debut
In his 2017 debut, Dylan Bundy breezed through seven innings, equaling his career high, throwing 99 pitches and holding the potent Blue Jays to one run on four hits during the Orioles' 3-1 win.
Caps Blank Rangers to Claim Metro Title
Holtby stops 24 shots to earn ninth shutout, leading Caps to third straight win and second straight Metropolitan Division title
Postgame Notes, Stats and Audio, 4/5/17
The Capitals defeated the Rangers 2-0 on Wednesday at Verizon Center.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps' Morning Skate
No morning skate for either side ahead of tonight's Caps-Rangers game, but here are news/notes related to the contest
Ravens Eyeing Wide Receiver In First-Round Of 2017 NFL Draft
Ravens assistant GM Eric DeCosta said elite receivers are hard to find, but he likes the options should the Ravens decide to use their first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft on a wide receiver.
Searching for a New Redskins GM
Who will be the next Redskins general manager? Will they even name one? If they do, will it be one of Bruce Allen's guys? Or will the Redskins do the unexpected by casting a wide net and not hiring somebody they have a connection with or somebody who has a dangerous past?
POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 4, Leafs 1
Caps finish trip with a flourish, Ovechkin passes Mogilny, Shattenkirk's first goal as a Cap is game-winner, Schmidt returns and scores, more
Kevin Gausman Settling Into 2017 Role With Orioles
Stan "The Fan" Charles has no doubt Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman is primed for greatness in 2017, especially after the maturity he showed Opening Day.
Is The Undertaker The Greatest Pro Wrestler Of All Time?
With many in the wrestling world assuming April 2 was The Undertaker's final WrestleMania appearance, Kevin Eck asks: Is The Undertaker the greatest pro wrestler of all time?
PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 71
Three girls and one boy from schools in the Baltimore-metro area have been invited to the 12th-annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game, part of the first wave of 11 players on each team that made the roster.
Indiana's Culver Academy Runs Past Maryland, D.C. Powers
Culver Academy of Indiana flexed its muscle as a national power with wins against some of the top programs in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Liberty Attackman Mark Conway
Liberty senior attackman Mark Conway talks with PressBox about the Lions' goals for the season, the level of lacrosse competition in Carroll County and more.
Trey Mancini Ready To Embrace New Role With Orioles
Trey Mancini worked at becoming a right fielder this spring, but the Orioles rookie says he's also "very comfortable as a pinch-hitter," and that's a role he could be called upon to play frequently this year.
Caps Today and Top Game Notes, 4/5/17
Nicklas Backstrom ranks second in the NHL with 49 points (14g, 35a) in 39 home games this season.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: April 5, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including wins by the Wizards and Capitals as the playoff picture comes into focus.
Two Cheers For The Orioles' Second Game Of 2017
The second game of the season may not draw the same fan excitement as Opening Day, but for Orioles players like Mark Trumbo, it's a chance to get down to the "meat and potatoes of the season."
Chris Burke Discusses Potential Ravens First-Round Picks
After missing the playoffs in 2016, the Baltimore Ravens will look to fill some holes in their depth chart through the 2017 NFL Draft, and Sports Illustrated draft analyst Chris Burke has a few names that could help.
Caps Back Home to Host Rangers
Just back from a season-long, five-game road trip, the Capitals make a quick stop at home to entertain the Rangers on Wednesday
Caps Down Leafs, 4-1
Washington completes successful five-game trip with convincing 4-1 win over the Maple Leafs in Toronto
Game Notes vs. NY Rangers, 4/5/17
The Capitals conclude their 15th back-to-back set of the season on Wednesday against the New York Rangers at Verizon Center.
Wizards catch fire in second half, defeat Hornets 118-111
The Wizards scored 67 points in the second half and hit a season-high 17 3-pointers to rally past the Hornets 118-111.
WIZARDS ASSIGN McCLELLAN TO RIO GRANDE VALLEY VIPERS
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that guard Sheldon McClellan has been assigned to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
Baltimore Ravens Trade DT Timmy Jernigan
The Ravens traded Timmy Jernigan to the Eagles April 4, putting a sizable hole in their defense but giving Baltimore an extra pick in the top half of the third round in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Graduations, Transfers Change Maryland Women's Basketball Outlook
With the graduation of Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and the transfer of Destiny Slocum and two other promising young players, the Terps will lose 64 percent of their scoring and 50 percent of their rebounding.
SKATE SHAVINGS: News and Notes From Caps Morning Skate
Caps finish up trip in Toronto, Johansson named league's second star, Grubauer to start, Leafs on verge of clinching, more
2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Youngstown State DE Derek Rivers
Will the Baltimore Ravens target Youngstown State defensive end/outside linebacker Derek Rivers in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Rivers' key strengths and some areas where he still needs to improve.
Rick Dempsey: The 2017 Orioles Are A 'Sleeper Club'
Former Orioles catcher and current MASN analyst Rick Dempsey says the Orioles "could go a lot farther than anyone thinks this team can go."
Five Things To Know About Ravens Safety Tony Jefferson
New Ravens safety Tony Jefferson was the only player in the NFL to have multiple fumble recoveries, forced fumbles and sacks to go along with at least 70 tackles last season.