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  • I don't blame the Ravens who skipped the Pro Bowl

    I don't blame the Ravens who skipped the Pro Bowl
    Four Ravens players have dropped out of the Pro Bowl, making the annual all-star affair less attractive to those Ravens fans who wish they had better plans Sunday afternoon. (Quarterback Joe Flacco withdrew from the annual MSP Polar Bear Plunge, too,...
  • Bidding for Rio — and beyond

    What figures to be golf's most scrutinized new course could have its architect by the end of the week. The eight finalists for the 2016 Rio Olympics design project — a list that includes Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Annika Sorenstam and Gary...
  • Backstrom, Semin, Ovechkin score as offense finds stride

    Over the past week, the Washington Capitals wondered where their offense had gone, but Tuesday night at Verizon Center against the stingy Nashville Predators they found the power switch again. Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Alexander Semin...
  • What gift would you give a sports figure?

    Recovery for Manning David Teel Daily Press Peyton Manning has everything an NFL quarterback could want: a Super Bowl ring, Hall of Fame credentials and hilarious commercials to show his grandkids. So what should Santa bring Manning? A full...
  • 'Not a very good atmosphere' after another slow start leads to Caps loss

    — The NHL's holiday break ended Monday when games resumed around the league, but apparently no one told the Washington Capitals. Facing the Buffalo Sabres at First Niagara Center after a two-day break, the Capitals looked uninspired, rarely...
  • Friday Buffet: Kinect support for 'Skyrim,' a $1300 game and 'The Atlantic' piece gamers will hate

    Friday Buffet: Kinect support for 'Skyrim,' a $1300 game and 'The Atlantic' piece gamers will hate
    News Roundup •••• It was a busy week down in Bethesda, with the “Skyrim” developers trademarking the game’s signature “Fus Ro Dah” shout. Crap, now I owe them $17. More pertient to gamers is the...
  • Cordish/Giants team to redevelop San Francisco waterfront

    Cordish/Giants team to redevelop San Francisco waterfront
    The Cordish Cos., known for pairing urban-style entertainment districts with sports venues, will work with the San Francisco Giants to build a $1.6 billion waterfront development near the club's ballpark and is planning three more sports-anchored projects...
  • Capitals defenseman Green trying experimental therapy

    As the Washington Capitals stepped onto the ice in Buffalo on Monday evening, they did so with a much-too-familiar vacancy on their defense. The game against the Sabres was the 20th consecutive and 26th of the season without Mike Green in the lineup....
  • Tight matchup turning into a hit

    W It was Brooks Laich who pointed out late Monday night that one never knows when a Stanley Cup playoff series will turn chippy — or worse — but that it is almost inevitable. "Sometimes it happens right away in the first game, sometimes it...
  • A suggested booking plan for John Cena until WrestleMania 29

    A suggested booking plan for John Cena until WrestleMania 29
    I would like nothing more than for Brock Lesnar to score a convincing and emphatic win over John Cena at Extreme Rules.Ridiculous match name aside (really, what's the difference between an Extreme Rules match, a no-DQ, no-countout match, a Chicago...
  • Flyers set with Bobrovsky in goal for Winter Classic

    PHILADELPHIA — In what sometimes seemed more like a comedy routine than an impromptu news conference in the Flyers' locker room at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday, Ilya Bryzgalov revealed that backup Sergei Bobrovsky would be the team's starting goalie...
  • Officials hoping youth tournament helps hockey take hold in Baltimore

    Officials hoping youth tournament helps hockey take hold in Baltimore
    On Tuesday, on a court renowned for housing some of Baltimore's best basketball, Kenyetta Riddick calmly moved into position between the plastic pipes. On her 11th birthday, the exceedingly polite girl with glasses strapped on goalie pads for the first...