Valor Gameday: Valor @ Brigade - 6-23-17
The Indoor Game: Episode 14 - The Backup
Valor Gameday: Week 10 - Valor @ Storm
AFL Week 9: Valor vs. Glads Highlights
Valor Gameday: Week 9 - Gladiators vs Valor
AFL Week 8: Soul @ Valor Highlights
Valor Gameday - Week 8 - Valor vs Soul
AFL Week 7 Full Game: Valor @ Storm
Valor @ Storm: All the TDs
Valor Gameday - Week 7 - Valor @ Storm
Valor vs. Storm Week 6 Recap
Valor Gameday - Week 6 - Storm vs Valor
AFL Week 4 Full Game: Valor @ Gladiators
The Indoor Game: Episode 13 - The Opener
Valor vs. Gladiators Highlights
Valor Full Game TD compilation
Valor Gameday - Week 4 - Valor @ Gladiators
AFL Week 3 Full Game: Soul @ Valor
Valor vs. Soul Highlights 4/22/17
The Indoor Game: Episode 12 - The Camp
A Day of Change or More of the Same for Skins?
The decisions the Redskins made this week could change the fortune of the franchise forever. In a positive way or of course, in a negative way. Most would predict the latter, only because they are conditioned to expect the negative and because they haven't thought about the positives and a refreshing approach the Redskins just took.
A Redskins letgend who has been toiling in relative anonymity in the Washington front-office and with other organizations before, is now the new face of the football operations. Doug Williams led the Redskins to glory on the field but can he now help lead them back to the promise land?
Dan's Time to Shine!
For many Redskins fans, if not all, the thought of Dan Snyder being involved in any component of the the football operations is a nightmare. The track-record is clearly not a good one but people change and mature. They learn and they grow in many cases. So could the Redskins owner actually help restore faith & confidence with his involvement in two big stiuations?
Redskins Close out May with an OTA!
The Redskins were back on the practice fields to wrap up the month of May and take another step closer to trainin camp in late July. Before that, a lot of work still has to be done and a lot of decisions or first impressions are being made. Sometimes that's good and occasionally it's a bad sign.
Redskins OTA Opinions and Observations - May 24
The Redskins are finally back on the practice field this week with the ability to run team drills and 11-on-11 reps. It's phase three of the conditioning program but it was the first time that media was allowed to see a full practice since last August. So, here's what we saw!
Working With Lewises Is Family Affair For Ravens OL Coach Joe D'Alessandris
New Ravens offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris already has a connection with Alex Lewis; D'Alessandris coached the offensive lineman's father 23 years ago.
Brandon Boykin Seeks Fresh Start With Ravens
"I've got so much potential that I haven't really tapped into, whether it was circumstance or whether it was injury," new Ravens cornerback Brandon Boykin said.
Ravens LB Kamalei Correa Looks To Put Struggles As Rookie Behind Him
Coming off a disappointing rookie year that he described as "a struggle," Ravens linebacker Kamalei Correa is looking forward to his second NFL season and taking nothing for granted.
Ravens' Lorenzo Taliaferro Takes Switch To Fullback In Stride
"The fact that they moved me to fullback instead of just moving on with me is just a blessing," Lorenzo Taliaferro said of his transition to a new position with the Ravens. "I just took it and ran with it."
An Early Projection Of Ravens' Starters And Backups
With the Baltimore Ravens' spring practice period completed, Bo Smolka offers an early two-tier-deep projection of the team's starters and backups.
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.
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.
Five Things To Know About Nationals Prospect Luis Garcia
After signing with the Washington Nationals out of the Dominican Republic in July 2016, 16-year-old shortstop Luis Garcia appears to have a bright future.
Five Things To Know About Nationals Prospect Carter Kieboom
Shortstop Carter Kieboom got off to a solid start during his first year in the Washington Nationals' system and figures to begin the 2017 season with the Hagerstown Suns.
Five Things To Know About Nationals Prospect Pedro Severino
Nationals prospect Pedro Severino will likely start the 2017 season with the Syracuse Chiefs, but the the 23-year-old catcher's opportunity at the big leagues is fast approaching.
Orioles Fall To Cleveland As Runs-Allowed Streak Continues
During a 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians June 22, the Orioles extended their streak of allowing five or more runs in a game to 19, one short of the major league record,
Orioles Closer Zach Britton Takes First Step In Recovery
"I feel really good. I feel normal, and I think that's the biggest thing is just coming in and feeling how you normally would after throwing," Orioles closer Zach Britton said after his rehab start with Aberdeen.
Orioles Should Be Preparing To Sell, Not Buy, At Trade Deadline
Given the Orioles' recent play, Glenn Clark says there's no reasonable scenario that would defend the team's reported consideration to be buyers at MLB's July 31 trade deadline.
Kevin Gausman Better, But Not Good Enough As Orioles Fall To Cleveland
"You take the positives and try to forget the negatives. I think one of the huge positives to take out of this is I'm throwing the ball really good right now," Orioles starter Kevin Gausman said after the Orioles fell to Cleveland, 5-1.
Injuries To Zach Britton, Darren O'Day A Major Factor In Orioles' Pitching Woes
Rich Dubroff looks at the domino effect the injuries to Zach Britton and Darren O'Day have created for the Orioles' bullpen, and he says once Britton and O'Day return from the DL, the bullpen should again become a strength.