Cleveland Browns, Washington, Alex Smith discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Don't settle for less than a Honda not to Rob would fork all right, Sandy, the Washington football team getting what appears to be good news ahead of tomorrow night's division clinching game in Philadelphia. According to multiple reports, Alex Smith's Caff is feeling good. He is expected to start against the Eagles on Sunday night Football. Barring any setbacks, Smith has missed the last 2.5 games with the injury. Washington is foreign one this season when he starts in Vegas. Apparently paying attention to this is well. Washington is now a four point favorite. After Initially being favored by only 1.5. The Eagles. Meanwhile, the only team in the NFC East eliminated from the division race, and they are already in the midst of change. Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is reportedly contemplating retirement. And we'll take a year off from coaching once his contract expires at season's end local product Joe Hayden has tested positive for Cove in 19. He will miss the Steelers game against the Browns tomorrow. And possibly miss Pittsburgh's first playoff game. And after a great night for Ohio State football, the after mention Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bangles, each dealing with positive Kobe 19 tests as well. The Browns working from home today, they close their facility for the third time this week. The Bangles currently contact tracing ahead of hosting the Baltimore Ravens tomorrow. College football coaching news Tom Herman out of Texas After 32 wins in four seasons, the Longhorns reportedly close to a deal. With Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Starkey Zeon. It's a full day of college hoops here locally. George Washington trailing do cane 44 35 that one early in the second half. The Colonials having a miserable day from the foul line, shooting just four of 12 from the charity stripe and even worse from three point range, one for 10 there minutes from tip off in Annapolis, Navy and Bucknell said toe get underway with the three and one midshipman looking to extend their win streak to three games later, It'll be George Mason on the road to play Dayton, Georgetown home against Marquette. That is a 7 30 tip off with the Hoyas hoping to end a two.

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