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Redskins player lands one of the dirtiest hits you'll ever see, and chaos ensued

Toward the end of the first quarter, Baltimore’s Kamar Aiken received a pass over the middle, when Washington’s Keenan Robinson picked him up from behind and drove him face-first into the field. 101 more words

NFL

WATCH: Steve Smith and Alex Blackwell

Men’s stand-in T20 skipper Steve Smith and victorious women’s vice-captain Alex Blackwell face the media on the eve of their sides’ clashes with English counterparts. 60 more words

The Ravens/Redskins Preseason Matchup Featured Dirty Hits, Fights, And Father/Son Bonding

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Saturday’s preseason showdown between the Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens was your typical meaningless game for the most part. The Skins walk away the winner 31-13 and showed that they might be capable of putting up some offense without RG III behind center. 437 more words

Sports

Smith names Australia team for T20

The Australian captain Steve Smith, standing in for T20 captain Aaron Finch, took the unusual step of naming his team for tomorrow’s game at the pre-match press conference. 341 more words

Steve Smith got ejected from Ravens-Redskins and his son seemed pretty stoked

On Saturday evening, Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith was ejected from a preseason game after a kerfuffle with a handful of Washington Redskins players. (Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver was also ejected.) 80 more words

NFL

Poor Decisions and Brief Patches of Form: The Ashes summer of 2015

While not quite the cricket-mania summer of 2005, the 2015 edition has managed to capture the media’s attention like no series since as England regained the Ashes. 1,890 more words

Cricket

The Ashes: A Review

This Ashes series was crap.  Bloody awful, one of the worst seen in this country in many years.

There, I’ve said it.  It runs completely counter to the narrative that so much of the media have gone with, whereby for some it was comparable in its wonder to 2005, but sorry it was rubbish.   3,575 more words

England