On Saturday, two men were mountain biking about 30 miles east of Seattle in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains when they encountered a cougar. Authorities say Isaac Sederbaum and S.J. Brooks did everything right: they dismounted their bikes, stood their ground, and yelled at the animal. After it charged them, one…
Stealing packages seems like a scummy, straightforward two-person operation: One briskly walks up to the house, while the other keeps the car running. This one on Friday quickly fell apart due to an unforeseen variable: wet grass.
Jeffrey Gildenhorn, a beloved D.C. restaurateur, recreational politician, and full-time man about town for several decades, died earlier this summer after choking on his meal at the Palm, a local power lunch institution. He’d lived a full enough life that none of his many obituaries mentioned his supporting role in a…
A high school football coach in Spokane, Wash., has been suspended with pay while the school investigates complaints that he exposed himself to students at a leadership camp last summer. According to public records describing the allegations, which were obtained by local news organizations, the coach put his penis in…
Here are a few items that fans are banned from bringing into the Seattle Seahawks’ stadium: air horns, laptops, “specialty coffees,” personal footballs. And here’s one banned item that three Washington state representatives would like to allow: guns.
How hard is it to con people in Washington, D.C.? Easier than you might think, considering it’s the place where things like nuclear war get decided. The national-security circuit in particular, with its think tank fellowships and massive government contracts, is one of the juiciest rackets around.
The Garfield High School football team in Seattle, Wash., demonstrated together when the players and staff all kneeled for the national anthem before Friday’s game against West Seattle High School.
One of the weirdest things to happen this NFL season was Kirk Cousins’s transformation from bad quarterback to “Hold on, Kirk Cousins might actually be kind of good?” This should be a good thing for Washington, which could use nothing more than to have a functional quarterback fall into its lap after the RGIII…
I’m not sure what’s going on with Washington’s social media manager today, but there’s a good chance he or she woke up and said something along the lines of, “I’d really like to make the saddest Vine in the history of the internet today.”
This comes to us from a fan who watched Sunday’s Miami-Washington game from a suite inside Washington’s stadium. He tells us that the suites are adorned with various pieces of art, and that the team is very eager to let people know exactly who made the art.
There hadn’t been a bigger night for scoreboard watching in Washington, D.C., since at least, well, the last election night.
I'm not a personal trainer or anything, but I feel like dragging tires down the road via twine that you have looped around your ankles is not a super good idea, man.
Let's begin with the full quote. You already know that RG3 allegedly threw his teammates under the bus after the Skins got their asses handed to them by the Bucs at home on Sunday, but you probably only read this part of the quote…
Jay Schroeder played quarterback for Washington from 1984-1987, and he was recently asked by the Pioneer Press to share his opinion on the fact that his former team still uses a racial slur as a name.
For the record, this is not some cool shit to do while at a football game. It's some gross shit to do while anywhere on earth.
As if anyone needed another reason to hate Dan Snyder, it turns out that fans at FedEx Field have been getting served beer left over from a 2014 World Cup promotion. The shit isn't exactly fresh.
Nick Foles got lit up with a blindside block from Washington defensive lineman Chris Baker in the fourth quarter of today's contest between the two teams, sparking a brawl that resulted in two ejections.
DeSean Jackson is back in Philly for the first time since being released by the Eagles and signing with Washington. Eagles fans are probably excited to give the guy they spent six season cheering on a warm welcome, right?
Mike Carey was an NFL referee for 19 seasons before joining CBS to act as the network's rules analyst during NFL broadcasts. On Monday, Carey told the Washington Post's Mike Wise that he hasn't worked a Washington game since 2006, after specifically requesting that he not be assigned to their games because of the…