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No, Mark Sanchez Was Not the Answer for the Redskins’ Quarterback Problem

By VICTOR MATHER

Sanchez has not been good for Washington, putting up an adjusted yards per pass figure of 0.09, barely better than simply kneeling with the ball every play.

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Exploring the Future of Our Cities

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Experts across an array of disciplines are meeting in New Orleans at the Cities for Tomorrow conference hosted by The New York Times and the NOLA Media Group.

Redskins Sign an Out-of-Work Quarterback. It’s Not You-Know-Who.

By VICTOR MATHER

Washington signed Josh Johnson, who hasn’t started a game in the N.F.L. since 2011.

N.F.C. East Struggles to Produce a Clear Front-Runner

By ZACH SCHONBRUN

For the second time in four years, the N.F.C. East is making a strong case for being the worst division in the N.F.L.

N.H.L. Roundup: Flyers Shut Out the Rangers

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Philadelphia’s Sean Couturier scored a pair of goals and Calvin Pickard made 31 saves in his fourth career N.H.L. shutout.

Hung Jury in Murder Trial Over 2016 Death of Jogger Karina Vetrano

By JOHN SURICO

After a day and a half of deliberations, 12 jurors returned to the courtroom split on whether to charge Chanel Lewis, 22, with the murder and sexual abuse of Ms. Vetrano.

A Queens Jogger’s Murder Shook the City. Two Years Later, an Emotional Trial Unfolds.

By JOHN SURICO

Jurors on Monday will begin deliberations in the case against Chanel Lewis, who is charged with sexually assaulting and murdering Karina Vetrano in 2016.

N.H.L. Roundup: Islanders, With Shutout From Greiss, Beat Devils for 5th Straight Win

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jordan Eberle, Brock Nelson and Scott Mayfield scored for the Islanders, who have won all six meetings with Metropolitan Division opponents.

Vaunted Line Keeps the Rams’ Offense Uninterrupted

By BEN SHPIGEL

Sure, Jared Goff and Todd Gurley are great, but it’s the linemen who allow the most potent offense in the N.F.C. to do its thing.

A Swiss Powerhouse Races Into an Uncertain Future

By ANDREW KEH

Switzerland dominates wheelchair racing through prodigious financial support and a long tradition of mentorship. Now its current champions are hoping to groom the next ones.

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