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Zac Boyer

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Past articles by Zac:

Jaguars' Marrone: Message no longer resonates with players

Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone believes his messages to his players are not resonating. → Read More

Kedric Golston

Latest news and commentary on Kedric Golston including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography. → Read More

Sergei Fedorov, now a Hall of Famer, influential in development of Capitals players

Fedorov was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday, and those who were around for his brief stint with the Capitals near the end of his career learned plenty of lessons about how to play and how to act. → Read More

Dusty Baker, back in baseball with Nationals, knows he must adapt to survive

Baker has been around baseball for nearly 50 years, which made his absence the last two seasons especially hard to take. Devoted to his line of work, he’ll be back on a bench next season with the Nationals. → Read More

Jameis Winston trying to settle in as Buccaneers’ quarterback of present, future

Winston was taken No. 1 overall in April, and though he’s joined a significant number of rookie quarterbacks who have been pressed into action as starters, few lately have had long careers. → Read More

Alex Ovechkin misses morning skate, to be game-time decision against Sharks

Ovechkin did not play for the Capitals against the Sharks on Tuesday because of what coach Barry Trotz said were "personal reasons," marking the 27th time Ovechkin has missed a game in his career. → Read More

Joel Ward, now with Sharks, adjusting after four seasons with Capitals

Ward blossomed into a productive player during his tenure with the Capitals, and after accepting a three-year contract from the Sharks in July, he’ll play his former team for the first time on Tuesday night. → Read More

Patchwork secondary controls Falcons’ passing game, gives Redskins a chance

The Redskins had to face explosive wide receiver Julio Jones without DeAngelo Hall and Chris Culliver, and they emerged mostly intact against one of the league's best pass offenses on Sunday. → Read More

T.J. Oshie, known for Olympics success, looks to make his mark on Capitals

Oshie’s popularity grew after his performance in the United States’ shootout victory over Russia during the Sochi Olympics, and he’s hoping that he can reach other goals after a trade to the Capitals in July. → Read More

Aware of expectations, Barry Trotz eager to see plan unfold in second season

Entering his second year as the Capitals’ coach, Trotz guided his team to the Eastern Conference semifinals last season. Now, he’s ready to see what the team can do with its players and scheme already in place. → Read More

When it comes to scoring, Alex Ovechkin proving he’s second to none

Ovechkin reached elite company last season, when he cleared the 50-goal mark for the sixth time. Over the past decade, few other players have been able to come close to that level. → Read More

The Conversation: Capitals’ Mitch Korn on Braden Holtby, goaltending and success

Korn, the Capitals' goaltending coach, spoke to The Washington Times about the marks set by Holtby, his start in hockey and the influence his unorthodox training methods have had around the NHL. → Read More

Capitals will test out new three-on-three overtime format in exhibition opener

Each team will get three opportunities to simulate the new three-on-three format during the preseason, and the Capitals’ first experience will come in their first game when they host the Hurricanes on Monday. → Read More

Kirk Cousins starting to feel the benefits of being Redskins’ starting quarterback

Cousins, who has had brief stints in that role in recent seasons, believes that he will be able to grow and develop as a quarterback as the Redskins' offense continues to take shape around him. → Read More

DeSean Jackson to miss approximately a month with left hamstring strain

Coach Jay Gruden said Monday that additional examinations revealed the diagnosis for Jackson, who strained his left hamstring in the season-opening loss to the Dolphins the day before. → Read More

Kirk Cousins eager to enjoy the moment, put struggles of the past behind him

Cousins will embark upon a new stage in his career on Sunday when, for the first time since he was a senior at Michigan State in 2011, he will start the opening game of his season. → Read More

Kirk Cousins: Robert Griffin III’s presence won’t be a distraction for Redskins

Cousins, who replaced Griffin as the Redskins’ starting quarterback last week, said that Griffin has been nothing but “classy” since the switch and doesn’t understand how he could end up being a distraction. → Read More

Robert Griffin III facing uncertain future after being benched by Redskins

Griffin was passed over in favor of Kirk Cousins on Monday, which could mean that his tenure with the Redskins, one that began with so much circumstance three years ago, is just about over. → Read More

Performance against Ravens has Kirk Cousins eyeing larger role with Redskins

Cousins stepped in for Robert Griffin III on Saturday and played the first half of a 31-13 preseason victory over the Ravens, which could complicate the coaches’ starting quarterback decision as the season nears. → Read More

Independent review denies Robert Griffin III chance to play Saturday at Ravens

An independent neurologist vetoed the Redskins' permission for Griffin to play in a preseason game on Saturday, finding that the quarterback has not completely recovered from a concussion. → Read More