Cindy Boren, Washington Post

Cindy Boren

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Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Cindy:

Len Dawson smoked his way through the first Super Bowl. The photos are priceless.

Patrick Mahomes paid tribute to the Chiefs legend by wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with one of the iconic photos. → Read More

LeBron James calls out fan who threw object at Bronny as being ‘disrespectful’

The Lakers star’s 15-year-old son was unhurt in the incident, which occurred while he was playing in a high school game. → Read More

Rob Lowe looked like a ref. Brad Pitt, Paul Rudd, Eric Stonestreet were the ultimate fans.

The three Chiefs fans partied like it’s 1970. → Read More

Richard Sherman hugs it out with Erin Andrews, then tangles with Darrelle Revis

A six-year-old, viral interview with Fox is put to rest, quickly replaced by a spirited debate with a former player. → Read More

Margaret Court’s LGBTQ, same-sex marriage views leave Australian Open honoring her Grand Slam but not her

The 77-year-old tennis great, winner of 24 Grand Slam singles titles, has views that Martina Navratilova has said are “pathetic in every way.” → Read More

‘Mattress Mack’ loses another big sports bet, putting $1 million on the Titans to win

Placing big bets is kind of a thing with Jim McIngvale. → Read More

Another offseason belongs to Tom Brady as he ponders his future and where he’ll play

He has to play somewhere. → Read More

Dana White eyeing Conor McGregor-Khabib Nurmagomedov rematch

The hype began when McGregor scored his first victory since 2016, beating Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in 40 seconds. → Read More

Arrest warrant issued for Odell Beckham Jr. for slapping a cop’s rear in LSU locker room

The Browns say their wide receiver and his representatives are cooperating with authorities. → Read More

ESPN’s Edward Aschoff had ‘an aggressive’ cancer when he died, his fiancee reveals

The college sports reporter also had pneumonia and an immune disease when died on his 34th birthday. → Read More

Thaddeus Moss gets a little revenge for his dad, Randy, as Clemson got Mossed by LSU

The Superdome had been an inhospitable place for the Moss men until Monday night. → Read More

Joe Burrow and LSU players celebrated with cigars. A cop threatened to arrest them.

How else is one expected to celebrate a national championship? → Read More

Trump gets warm reception at the LSU-Clemson national championship game

The president and first lady were greeted with chants of “Four more years” and “U-S-A” in New Orleans’ Superdome. → Read More

Tony Romo can see the future. His own is dotted with enormous paychecks.

Just which network will write those checks is another matter, though. → Read More

Marshawn Lynch’s unforgettable advice to young NFL players: ‘Take care of y’all’s chicken’

The Seahawks’ Beast Mode, typically a man of few words, reminds players to take care of themselves because “we ain't lasting that long.” → Read More

Portuguese motorbike racer Paulo Gonçalves dies after crash during Dakar Rally

The 40-year-old was pronounced dead at a hospital near Riyadh. → Read More

Patriots star Julian Edelman arrested for misdemeanor vandalism in California

The wide receiver jumped on the hood of a car, Beverly Hills police said. → Read More

The Seahawks and Packers have an unforgettable playoff history. Just ask Matt Hasselbeck.

How “We want the ball and we’re gonna score” became part of NFL playoff lore. → Read More

How Jimmy Garoppolo ended up with the 49ers, gift-wrapped by the Patriots

With thanks to New England and Kyle Shanahan's decision to move on from Kirk Cousins, San Francisco has its franchise quarterback. → Read More

A hitter attacked a catcher with his bat during a wild Venezuelan baseball brawl

Tempers flared earlier in the game and the former MLB player erupted after being hit by a pitch. → Read More