A popular D.C. radio host is raising a racial question over the decision to play Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. His controversial comments are causing a stir, reports the Washington Post.
Redskins fans who stuck around for the final moments of the playoff game when players and coaches walked onto the field will remember the fight that started between Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams.
Sally Jenkins, Washington Post sports columnist
Dr. David Geier, sports medicine director of the Medical University of South Carolina
Chris Core, commentator
A Richmond development official says an archaeological review of the Washington Redskins summer training camp site hasn't found anything of consequence.
Dr. Christopher Magee, orthopedic surgeon at Washington Adventist Hospital
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III goes under the knife today to repair damage to a knee that this year carried the team out of mediocrity and into the playoffs for the first time since 2007.
ESPN will not renew the contract of a commentator who made racial comments about Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Robert Griffin III is having surgery Wednesday on a torn ligament in his right knee _ and to see if there's a second ligament that also needs to be repaired.
The squeal of the 12th man won't be ignored. Redskins fans are asking the team to honor former team play-by-play announcer Frank Herzog.
Fans prop up football players for playing when they're hurt and dismiss them as foolhardy when that "heroic" effort falls short.
Mike Jones, Washington Post
WTOP Redskins Beat reporter George Wallace and Clinton Yates, local news editor, the Washington Post Express
David Elfin, longtime Redskins reporter and author of "The Washington Redskins: The Complete Illustrated History."
Christine Brennan, USA Today Sports Columnist and ABC News consultant
Dr. David Geier, Sports Medicine Director, the Medical University of South Carolina
Dr. Mark Zawadksy, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Georgetown University Hospital
Rob Klemko, NFL reporter, USA Today
John Keim, Redskins reporter, Washington Examiner