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Dan Steinberg

Washington Post

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • theScore
  • Slate

Recent articles by Dan:

Furloughed federal government workers can watch so much free basketball

Small consolation, but there’s a free sports nonuple-header for furloughed government workers on Saturday. → Read More

Scott Van Pelt on the Redskins: ‘Is anyone at Redskins Park listening?’

The longtime Washingtonian took aim at the front office in Ashburn. → Read More

Redskins eliminated from playoff contention for third straight year

The team will miss the postseason for the fourth time in five seasons under Coach Jay Gruden and the ninth time in the last 11 seasons. → Read More

Mike Wise joins WUSA9 as a writer and on-air contributor

The former Washington Post columnist will also be a contributor for Sports Illustrated, and is launching a weekly podcast. → Read More

Root for the hometown Redskins and Wizards (if you dare)

It's hard to root for the home team when you kind of sort of want the home team to lose. → Read More

Who’s to blame for the latest Redskins fiasco? Everyone.

This month's meltdown was a team effort. A franchise effort, really. → Read More

‘Nobody should be comfortable at Redskins Park’: After another loss, a week of outrage ensues

A chorus of voices emerged this week, suggesting that minor tweaks will not be enough. → Read More

Mark Sanchez handed off to Adrian Peterson for a touchdown, and the Internet lost it

What is happening in Philadelphia? Don't ask. → Read More

Reuben Foster blowback is another reminder that no one trusts the Redskins

“Every time I want to buy back in," one fan wrote, "they find a way to repulse me anew.” → Read More

The Jaguars have finally seen enough of Blake Bortles. (Sorry, @Jaguars)

Cody Kessler will start Sunday against the Colts. → Read More

Peter King calls out Eagles fans for booing the defending Super Bowl champs

Despite Eagles rings and bling, boobirds sing, while King finds a thing to ding. → Read More

ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt: Maryland decision was completely bungled; school needs a total reset

One of the school's most prominent backers asked how President Wallace D. Loh and AD Damon Evans can remain at Maryland after the recent football scandal. → Read More

Three D.C. writers started the Sports Capitol. NBC Sports Washington just hired them all.

NBC Sports Washington nabbed Todd Dybas, Brian McNally and Ben Standig, who had launched a subscription-based D.C. sports site in February. → Read More

Chris Cooley gives Alex Smith a C- grade for Dallas game

Radio analyst says Washington's quarterback “is protecting that ball like it is a huge bar of gold bullion right now.” → Read More

Dallas Cowboys tour the Mall after brutal loss to Redskins

The D.C. sightseeing tour continues as planned, despite a crushing loss. → Read More

No one likes these Redskins as much as Colin Cowherd likes these Redskins

Someone is very, very excited about the Redskins. (It's Colin Cowherd.) (Weird.) → Read More

An appreciation of Redskins reporter Rich Tandler, who will be missed

The longtime reporter died this week. → Read More

The DeAngelo Hall-Josh Norman back and forth is the most interesting part of this Redskins season

Hall responds to his former teammate Norman, who had previously responded to Hall, who had previously talked about Norman. → Read More

Caps writer Isabelle Khurshudyan describes her visit to Nicklas Backstrom’s hometown

What brought a Caps beat writer to Valmo, Sweden? Here's the backstory to the Backstory. → Read More

Please keep the Nats out of your political screeds. Thank you.

Sports have always been about politics. Rooting for the Nats shouldn't be. → Read More