Robert Griffin III Accuses Media of Trying to 'Character Assassinate' Him

Following the Washington Redskins' 27-6 loss at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night, RGIII responded to the claim that he asked the team to eliminate "bad plays" from film study, per The Washington Times' Zac Boyer:

Marathon street closures and parking restrictions in Richmond

The Richmond Police Department is asking motorists to be mindful of runners, parking restrictions and street closings through the city starting Friday night because of the Anthem Richmond Marathon on Saturday.

Locker room bullying leads NFL player to walk out

ESPN reports that Incognito, a nine-year veteran, left Martin a voicemail in April that included calling him the N-word (Martin is biracial) and threatening to defecate in his mouth.

LPGA extends of Kingsmill Championship

A four-year extension of the Kingsmill Championship will bring the event back to Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va. through the 2017 season, according to the LPGA and Xanterra..

Foundation to assist in court refurbishment

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation has partnered with the Hoops for Youth Foundation to help refurbish a basketball court at Horton’s Kids that will be unveiled later this year. The community center located in Washington, D.C.'s Ward 8 currently hosts ...

Conference moves women’s basketball championship to RVA

The Atlantic 10 Conference has entered a three-year partnership with the city of Richmond to bring the A-10 Women’s Basketball Championship to the Richmond Coliseum beginning in 2014.

Garcon: RGIII can't run as fast as last year

Statistically speaking, the Washington Redskins have the NFL's sixth-ranked offense through two games.

Bon Secours Washington Redskins training site manager named

SMG Richmond has partnered with the Richmond Economic Development Authority to manage the new Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center.

Kids at center of new Redskins tradition

Of all the surprises the Redskins bring to training camp here in Richmond, one stood out this morning. When the walkthroughs were complete, the players jogged over to the sidelines and did something totally unexpected.

VCU to eliminate physical education teachers program

The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education will be eliminating the undergraduate concentration in the program that prepares health and physical education teachers.

First Ladies of Football and Richmond Parks team up to give back

The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders - also known as First Ladies of Football - and the city of Richmond's Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities are teaming up to host a free Redskins Cheerleading Clinic for Richmond youth on Wednesday, ...

Virginia Tech-WVU rivalry to resume

The Black Diamond Trophy is making a comeback. West Virginia and Virginia Tech will renew their rivalry across state lines with a home-and-home series beginning in 2021.

Parking plans for Redskins summer training camp visitors

On July 25, the Washington Redskins will begin their 2013 summer training camp in Richmond as part of an eight-year agreement the city.

Another one gets away from the Squirrels

The Richmond Flying Squirrels (34-32) first lost the lead, and eventually their sixth straight ballgame, 3-1, to the Reading Fightins (27-39) in front of a sellout crowd of 9,560 at The Diamond on Saturday night.

Fightins stun Squirrels who have now lost 5

Down to their final strike, the Reading Fightins (26-39) battled back for a 10-inning, 3-1, victory over the Richmond Flying Squirrels (34-31) in front of 9,349 at The Diamond on Friday night. The loss extended the Squirrels’ losing-skid to five ...