Washington State quarterback Anthony Gordon led the North to three touchdowns in the third quarter in a 31-17 victory over the South in the Senior Bowl on Saturday.
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 6h
Sports gambling giant DraftKings won't give a former
by: MARK LONG — The Washington Times 7h
A number of Pro Bowlers are about to get paid.
by: PAT GRAHAM — The Washington Times 8h
Take the word of a Pro Bowl pass rusher who's expended a lot of energy chasing him around: Patrick Mahomes is the best QB in the business at the moment.
by: JOSH DUBOW — The Washington Times 9h
A first-time NFL coach turning a losing franchise into a contender in his third year and getting the label of an offensive genius.
by: DAVE SKRETTA — The Washington Times 10h
The old downtown strip, like so many in small towns across America, is quiet on a brisk January morning, just a few cars parked at one end in front of The Citizens State Bank and a few more in front o
by: KIM CHANDLER — The Washington Times 13h
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, giving a recent campaign speech to a suburban Republican club, recalled his 2016 decision to endorse then-presidential candidate Donald Trump at a time when many
by: JIM LITKE — The Washington Times 19h
Last week, nearly two decades after his death, straight-talking Giants front-office boss George Young finally got elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It seemed only fitting for a guy who took th
by: JOSH DUBOW — The Washington Times 19h
When San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York got rid of his third coach in as many seasons three years ago and faced calls for his removal as well to get the once-proud franchise back on track, he was defian
by: BECKY BOHRER — The Washington Times 25 Jan
The first marijuana shops in Alaska where customers can partake on-site have gotten approval, putting them on the leading edge nationally. Visions for the spaces range from a living room feel to a bre
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 25 Jan
After building a team that went from six wins to 13 in the regular season, Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst faces a key offseason.