LANDOVER, Md. - Dustin Hopkins delivered when it counted.
Maia Chaka, a Norfolk State University graduate and Virginia Beach teacher, on Sunday became the first Black female referee to work an NFL gam…
ASHBURN - Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick suffered a partially dislocated hip just 22 minutes into his debut with the te…
Racing at Richmond for the first time since 2018, Dale Earnhardt Jr. brought his 3-year-old daughter Isla along with him for the day, somethin…
A big sports weekend included near-capacity crowds at The Diamond, Richmond Raceway and Lane Stadium.
A roundup of Sunday's NFL Week 1 action:
Tailgating, face-painted fans returned in full force at stadiums around the country as the NFL opened its doors to capacity for the first time…
Underdog stories are what sports dreams are made of—or they’re nightmares if your team was favored to win. To find the biggest upsets in NFL P…
Beyond fans returning to stadiums and authentic cheers instead of simulated noise, the NFL is kicking off the 2021 season with something it di…
The team will launch its new mascot, logo and identity next spring, and it will reportedly not be the "Washington Football Team."
The Ravens have found another running back: Le’Veon Bell.
How's the old saying go? That's why they play the games?
Deshaun Watson wants to call South Florida his next home.
Patrick Reed could barely breathe.
The NBA has told teams that a return to normal, at least in a relative sense, is possible provided players have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
The U.S. was seeking redemption. El Salvador was seeking respect.
Jets GM Joe Douglas has configured Gang Green’s rebuild into his vision for the team’s future.
Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons has made it clear he wants to be traded.
What a stinking mess for the Miami Dolphins — and especially Tua Tagovailoa — to be dealing with on the doorstep of the NFL regular season.
Oscar De La Hoya began by speaking in metaphors, describing a series of unclosed doors and visits to hell.