Attorneys General For Virginia And DC Launch Separate Investigations Into Washington Commanders' Financial DealingsThe Maryland attorney general's office declined to comment and would not say if it is also investigating the matter.
Baltimore Agrees To $345K Settlement With Family Of Elijah Gorham, Mervo Football Player Who Died From Head InjuryBaltimore's spending board on Wednesday approved a $345,000 settlement with the family of Elijah Gorham, a Mervo student who died last year of a head injury suffered during a football game.
Congress Tells FTC Commanders May Have Broken Financial LawsThe committee outlined through the testimony of former employees and access to emails and documents a pattern of financial impropriety by owner Dan Snyder and team executives.
Ravens Agree To Deal Keeping LB Josh Bynes In BaltimoreThe Ravens announced the deal but did not release terms.
Commanders Refute Report Team Withheld Ticket RevenueCongress began investigating the team earlier this year after the league did not release a written report of an investigation into sexual harassment inside the organization.
NFL's Commanders Sending Care Packages To Eastern EuropeOwners Dan and Tanya Snyder last week personally donated $300,000 to four nonprofit organizations in support of humanitarian relief efforts.
From Damascus To Super Bowl Champion, Rams RB Jake Funk Is Living The DreamHe went from Damascus High School to the Super Bowl, but it hasn’t all been celebrations and confetti for Jake Funk.
Local Football Community Mourns Loss Of St. Frances Academy Star Lamar PattersonThe local football community is mourning the loss of St. Frances Academy wide receiver Lamar Patterson, who died Wednesday in a crash with an MTA Light Rail train in Linthicum.
Ravens President Dick Cass To Retire; Sashi Brown Named SuccessorBaltimore Ravens president Dick Cass will retire following 18 years with the team, sports officials said on Friday.
Ravens’ Agonizing Season Ends With Another Close DefeatA frustrating season marred by an assortment of injuries and close defeats ended in familiar, agonizing fashion for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Stafford Rallies Surging Rams Past Short-Handed Ravens 20-19Matthew Stafford shook off three turnovers to guide a fourth-quarter rally Sunday that carried the Los Angeles Rams to their fifth straight victory, 20-19 over the short-handed but stubborn Baltimore Ravens.