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Brooks Laich Talks Being Healthy Scratched: 'I Just Want to Play Better'

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Brooks Laich’s scoreless streak stood at 25 games heading into Columbus on Tuesday. His last goal scored was in Toronto on Jan. 7, two months ago. 635 more words


Four Old Men Attempt to Recreate Byron Jones' NFL Combine Broad Jump (Watch)

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – At Monday’s NFL Scouting Combine, UConn corner Byron Jones set a record with his 12-foot, 3-inch broad jump.

It was such an impressive leap, Jones earned the attention of the United States Track and Field team. 80 more words


Danny Rouhier Clashes with Junkies Producer Matt Valdez Over Spilled Water (Watch)

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — Many hot takes have burned through radio transmitters and television monitors over Robert Griffin III arguing with somebody on Instagram in the past few days. 396 more words


Jason Reid: RG3 'Doesn’t Even Accept That He’s Failing'

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Robert Griffin III has suddenly found himself in familiar stomping grounds: in the center of a media storm.

Timing, really, is the major culprit here though. 1,098 more words


Brooks Laich Shreds Out ‘Happy Birthday’ to O.A.R. Guitarist (Watch)

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Six years and five months after this YouTube video first surfaced of Brooks Laich playing guitar while former teammate Jose Theodore messed around on the drums, it appears Laich has become a significantly better guitar player. 308 more words


Breaking Jack Nicklaus’ Record Doesn’t Matter to Tiger Woods, Haney Says

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Tiger Woods’ former swing coach Hank Haney, under whose direction Tiger won 31 PGA Tour events from 2004 to 2010, provided some highly revealing insight into Tiger’s latest thicket of struggles in a sports radio interview on Friday. 960 more words


Junkies Host Mistakes Columnist Bob Ryan for Blogger Bob Ryan (Listen)

Bob Ryan is a retired columnist for the Globe’s Sports section whose work appears in the section semi-regularly. He has been writing for the Globe since 1968, covering all of Boston’s sports teams. 791 more words