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Scott Allen

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Arlington, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Scott:

Red Wolves name for Washington could help save the species, scientist says

Ron Sutherland of the Wildlands Network said there are only about 20 red wolves remaining in the wild. → Read More

Red Wolves, Red Tails gain traction among Washington NFL fans, while Warriors sticks around

With Washington retiring the Redskins name, fans are weighing in on their favorite replacement options. → Read More

Scott Brooks challenges Charles Barkley to name two Wizards besides John Wall and Bradley Beal

Wizards Coach Scott Brooks joked with his friend and former teammate during an appearance on “Inside the NBA.” → Read More

Nationals announce 2021 schedule, show off World Series rings

Washington is scheduled to open the 2021 season at home against the Mets on April 1. → Read More

Take it from the Wizards: Redskins name change won’t make everyone happy

Former Bullets executive says fans would have warmed to a new name sooner if Wizards had enjoyed more on-court success. → Read More

President Trump says Redskins, Indians are considering name changes ‘in order to be politically correct’

Trump was critical of the teams' recent commitments to consider name changes and said teams are named "out of strength, not weakness." → Read More

Clinton Portis says attending a police brutality protest in Charlotte ‘helped my heart’

The former Redskins running back calls on more people to listen and better communication within communities. → Read More

Former Terps guard Varun Ram is helping coronavirus patients stay connected to loved ones

Ram, a fan favorite at Maryland, is the D.C. lead for Connect for Covid-19, which delivers donated smart devices to health-care facilities. → Read More

Bradley Beal on how he went from ‘trash’ a few years ago to one of the NBA’s best

The Wizards' shooting guard is looking forward to reuniting with John Wall next season. → Read More

Alex Ovechkin and his wife, Nastya, welcome second son

The Capitals' captain announced the birth of Ilya Aleksandrovich on Instagram. → Read More

D.C. Lottery says its sports betting platform will launch by the end of May

The D.C. Lottery plans to unveil its native iOS and Android apps for mobile sports betting in early June. → Read More

Europe’s top basketball league cancels its season because of coronavirus

There was about month remaining in the regular season when the EuroLeague suspended play March 12. → Read More

Nats’ Howie Kendrick reflects on his postseason home runs, takes a dig at the Astros

Kendrick joined a Zoom call with Ryan Zimmerman and several other teammates after the Nats unveiled the design of their World Series rings. → Read More

Nationals’ World Series rings feature 170 diamonds, ‘Baby Shark’ tribute

Players will receive their rings at a later date, but the design was unveiled Sunday. → Read More

Caps assistant GM taught ‘Capology 101’ as part of Monumental Sports’ lecture series for staff

"MSE University" gives employees an opportunity to learn about other departments and stay connected during the pandemic. → Read More

Nationals will celebrate World Series title Sunday with a virtual ring ceremony

A two-part program produced by the team about the Nats' 2019 playoff run will also premiere this weekend. → Read More

Raidel ‘Joke’ Brito wins Madden Bowl title ... with Tress Way at QB?

The Redskins' punter and a dominant defense helped Brito's team to the championship. → Read More

Michael Jordan and the Bullets’ Tom Sewell shared a ‘first’ dance in 1984. Then their careers diverged.

The first-round picks debuted in the same game at Chicago Stadium. Sewell was cut at the end of training camp the next year. → Read More

Ted Leonsis is optimistic NBA, WNBA and NHL seasons will resume this year

The Monumental Sports & Entertainment CEO said the leagues owe it to their broadcast partners and fans. → Read More

Prince George’s County’s Archie Talley to be be inducted in Small College Basketball Hall of Fame

Talley, who went to Central High, once scored 50 points in four consecutive games at Salem (W.Va.) College. → Read More