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Redskins: Right or Wrong?
Redskins: Right or Wrong?
Another season has passed, and the fight continues in Washington over the football team’s nickname. Some find the name offensive and racist; others see it as a harmless, long-standing tradition. And there’s not much room in the middle
By Robert Klemko
Training Camp 2014
Five Things I Think I Think: Washington
Five Things I Think I Think: Washington
By Greg A. Bedard
Training Camp 2014
Washington Report: Getting It Going Under Gruden
Washington Report: Getting It Going Under Gruden
Robert Griffin III looks to re-capture his 2012 form as Washington rebuilds under first-year coach Jay Gruden
By Greg A. Bedard
Going Long
Inviting the Nightmare
Inviting the Nightmare
Donte Stallworth killed a man while driving drunk, a horror that will always be a part of him. Five years later, the former NFL wide receiver is telling his story to other players to ensure they don't make the same mistake
By Robert Klemko
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Deion Sanders’ Bandana
Deion Sanders’ Bandana
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What’s Next, Washington?
What’s Next, Washington?
The U.S. Patent Office has canceled Daniel Snyder’s team trademark, ruling that it is disparaging to a “substantial composite” of Native Americans. But the battle over the word “Redskins” is far from over
By Jenny Vrentas
Deep Dive
What It All Means: NFC Draft Breakdowns
What It All Means: NFC Draft Breakdowns
The 2014 NFL draft went down in unpredictable fashion. Now it’s time to look at what each team’s haul means going forward
By Andy Benoit
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George Preston Marshall’s Fur Coat
George Preston Marshall’s Fur Coat
Business of Football
In the NFL, the Business of Football Always Wins
In the NFL, the Business of Football Always Wins
The recent releases of superstars DeSean Jackson and Chris Johnson were classic cases of teams having leverage over players. It also again showed the fallacy of taking an NFL contract at face value
By Andrew Brandt
The MMQB’s Greatest Hits
The Battle of Washington
The Battle of Washington
Daniel Snyder says it honors the heritage of Native Americans; critics consider it nothing less than a racist slur. We set out to gauge the real sentiment regarding the name ‘Redskins’ among Native American leaders and in grass-roots tribal communities around the country. The short answer: It’s complicated
By Jenny Vrentas