• Josh Doctson looks good to go, new starters at LB and other practice notes
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    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Josh Doctson looks good to go, new starters at LB and other practice notes

    Redskins wide receiver Josh Doctson appears to be headed to doing something he hasn’t done since last September—taking snaps in a game. It’s a question of when, not if. The 2016 first-round pick left practice early on August 6 with a hamstring injury. While the injury wasn’t as serious as it was first feared, it still has kept him out of the Redskins’ preseason opener against the Ravens and out of practice until yesterday. Doctson has not appeared in a game for the Redskins since last September, when he played a total of 31 snaps in the team’s first two games before being shut down due to a lingering Achilles injury. As the team took the field at Redskins Park, Doctson came out in shoulder pads

  • Max Scherzer scratched from start vs Padres: Scherzer’s neck issue a problem again
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    Federal Baseball

    Max Scherzer scratched from start vs Padres: Scherzer’s neck issue a problem again

    Max Scherzer made two seven-inning starts after the neck issue that ended his outing against the Miami Marlins last month after just one inning. According to reports out of San Diego tonight, however, the issue has returned (on the other side of his neck) and Scherzer informed Nats’ skipper Dusty Baker that he wouldn’t be able to go tonight in his scheduled start against the Padres. Matt Grace will start in Scherzer’s place jn the second game of four with the Padres in Petco Park. More info when it’s available. Here are the tweeted reports out of San Diego: This continues a familiar trend where the Nationals get a player back and lose one at the same time (See: Michael A. Taylor + Brian Goodwin;

  • No matter where he plays, Kevin Durant knows he can always go home
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    Yahoo Sports

    No matter where he plays, Kevin Durant knows he can always go home

    Kevin Durant attends the Athletes vs Cancer Celebrity Flag Football Game. SEAT PLEASANT, Md. – With the Larry O’Brien trophy at his hip, Kevin Durant took his most cherished piece of hardware on a tour of the very streets that developed him into an NBA champion and Finals MVP. Someone rushed toward Durant and asked what advice he would give to kids who hoped to one day be where he is.