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The Baltimore Ravens will face a demanding schedule when they begin defense of their AFC North division title this fall, including eight games against playoff teams from last season.
In line with its zero tolerance policy, the NFL isn't afraid to eject drunk and rowdy fans from stadiums around the country. But now unruly fans have an opportunity to repent for their sins.
In a legal skirmish between unions, the NFL Players Association is suing the NFL Coaches Association in D.C. Superior Court for about $650,000.
Add 1992 Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien to the ever-growing list of former players suing the NFL because, they say, more should have been done to inform them about concussions and more can be done now to help them.
The Redskins have been busy remaking their roster this off season, and there's a chance the team may also make a splash this season with some new uniforms.
Some memorable names in Redskins history are reacting to the NFL's investigation of former Redskins Defensive Coordinator, Gregg Williams, for paying players cash bonuses for injuring opponents.
With a team 45 minutes to the north of D.C. having a good deal of success of late, would Redskins fans root for the Purple and Black during their playoff run? Or would they even want to?
Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher is heading to his third consecutive Pro Bowl, replacing an injured Brian Urlacher of the Chicago Bears.
The Baltimore Ravens have cut placekicker Shayne Graham.