The Indoor Game: Episode 10 - The Field
The Indoor Game: Episode 9 - The Uniform
The Indoor Game: Episode 8 -The Reunion
The Indoor Game: Episode 7 - The Reveal
The Indoor Game: Episode 6 - The Provider
Washington Valor Jersey Revealed
The Indoor Game: Episode 5 - The Twist
The Indoor Game: Episode 4 - The Whirlwind
The Indoor Game: Episode 3 - The Carwash
The Indoor Game: Episode 2 - The Interview
The Indoor Game: Episode 1 - The Announcement
Valor Tryouts: Sights & Sounds 10/10/16
Valor Tryouts: Defensive Drills 10/10/16
Valor Tryouts: Kickers 10/10/16
Valor Tryouts: Combine Drills 10/10/16
Valor Tryouts: Offensive Drills 10/10/16
Washington Valor Sizzle Reel
Washington Valor Name Announcement 7/14/16
Caps Fans Welcome AFL Coach Cokinos 5/7/16
Washington AFL Recap 3/16/16
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.