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AFL Week 8 Full Game: Valor vs. Soul
Valor Season Ticket Holder Bowling Party
AFL WEEK 18: Valor @ Brigade [Valor Broadcast]
AFL Week 18: Valor @ Brigade Highlights
Valor Gameday: Valor @ Brigade - 8/4/17
Valor Gameday - 7/29/17
AFL Week 16: Brigade @ Valor [Valor Broadcast]
AFL Week 16: Brigade @ Valor Highlights
Washington Valor vs. Baltimore Brigade Recap 7/22/17
Valor Gameday: Brigade vs Valor 7/22
Valor Gameday - Valor @ Soul 7-15-17
Valor Gameday: Valor @ Storm 7-1-17
AFL Week 12 Full Game: Washington Valor at Baltimore Brigade
AFL Week 12: Valor @ Brigade Highlights
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
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!
Keenan Reynolds: 'Huge Honor' To Take Part In Wreath-Laying Ceremony
Ravens wide receiver Keenan Reynolds, the former Navy quarterback who is an officer in the Navy Reserve, said it was a "huge honor" to take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Injuries Still Hampering Ravens Offense
The third NFL preseason game is traditionally the one when starters see the most action, but that won't be the case for the Ravens' offense, with Joe Flacco, Breshad Perriman, Danny Woodhead and Ronnie Stanley still battling injuries.
Ravens' Mock 53-Man Roster
NFL teams have until Sept. 2 to trim their rosters down to 53 players, but Bo Smolka already has his predictions for what the Baltimore Ravens' 53-man roster will look like.
Ravens Cancel Practice, Visit Pentagon And Arlington National Cemetery
The Ravens' Aug. 21 team-building excursion included a tour of the Pentagon, a visit to John F. Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery and a wreath-laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Anquan Boldin Deserves To Be In Hall Of Fame, And Hall Of Fame Deserves His Presence
While Anquan Boldin's career may be remembered more for "toughness" than "greatness," Glenn Clark says the former Ravens wide receiver absolutely deserves a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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.
Looking Ahead At Possible Orioles September Call-ups
Rich Dubroff spotlights some of the Baltimore Orioles' potential September call-ups when major league rosters can expand to 40 players.
Is Orioles Manager Buck Showalter Too Loyal To His Players?
Buck Showalter was asked Aug. 22 if he, perhaps, is too loyal to some of his players, and the Orioles' manager seemed put off by the question.
Manny Machado Credits Hitting Coach Scott Coolbaugh For Player Of The Week Honor
"This year has been a learning experience," Orioles third baseman Manny Machado said, giving credit to Orioles hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh. "... He's definitely made me a better hitter this year than I've ever thought of being."
Orioles Need To Find A Way To Maximize Dylan Bundy's Talent
Jim Henneman says Dylan Bundy is the Orioles' best starting pitcher, but figuring out how to manage his innings and maximize his value to the club is no easy task.
Wade Miley Turns In Strong Start In 7-3 Orioles Win
Wade Miley pitched into the seventh inning and allowed two runs during the Orioles' 7-3 win against the Athletics Aug. 21, but has he done enough to justify the Orioles retaining him at $12 million for next season?