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Washington, D.C.
Joined on April 09, 2008

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The three minority owners looking to sell represent 40 percent stake in the team.

Two Nationals tested positive for the coronavirus, and Doolittle said he still didn't have results from a Friday test.

Christian Pulisic has been among Chelsea’s best players since the Premier League returned.

In an interview with The Washington Post, Coach Ron Rivera said he and team owner Daniel Snyder have been talking about a name change for more than a month.

Without Wimbledon, the summer feels beige to @ChuckCulpepper1.

Justin Rohrwasser said in April that he would cover the symbol used by the Three Percenters. Days later, he said he would have it removed. Now he has done just that, TMZ reported.

The battle over the team name has reached its endgame, and Daniel Snyder knows he has no choice, @JerryBrewer writes.

As Snyder faces the greatest crisis of his 21-year ownership — key sponsors, advertisers and NFL officials demanding he change the team’s name — he will contemplate the move with a small circle of advisers, the top two of whom are not even team employees.

Led by Lewis Hamilton, Formula One’s only black driver, 14 of 20 drivers took a knee to protest racial injustice before Sunday’s season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.

Morehouse is one of six schools with NCAA sports that have canceled their fall seasons.

In a tweet, the 2012 American League Cy Young Award winner with the Tampa Bay Rays said it would be in his and his family’s best interest if he did not participate in the abbreviated season.

Quiet Fourth of July at Nationals Park offers another reminder of baseball’s difficult restart

It long has been time to flip the script on recruiting, specifically for the black labor — football and basketball players — that produces the revenue that makes it possible for coaches to become millionaires, @ProfBlackistone writes.

As the NBA prepares to restart outside Orlando, the matter of what to do with the eight teams that weren't invited lingers, @BenGolliver writes.

It has become a personality test, fishing. As you scan fishing literature, you must ask yourself, “Are you a cutter or an untangler?” More from Sally Jenkins:

Gonzaga’s Caleb Williams, the nation’s top QB prospect, commits to Oklahoma

Rivera said he has been working with team owner Daniel Snyder in recent weeks to come up with a new name for the organization, and he hopes the change could happen within two months.

The Redskins’ business operations have been chaotic in recent months, several people with knowledge of the situation said, and there has been uncertainty as to which executives have direct access to owner Daniel Snyder.

NFL details coronavirus treatment procedures in protocols for training camp, preseason

Frances Tiafoe withdraws from exhibition following positive coronavirus test

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