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Redskins fight ex-punter’s workers’ compensation claim

The Washington Redskins on Tuesday urged Maryland’s top court to sack prior decisions requiring the team to pay Maryland workers’ compensation benefits to ex-punter Tom Tupa, who suffered a career-ending back injury during preseason warm-ups at FedEx Field in Landover ...

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Lockout leaves little info on Ravens season tickets

Baltimore Ravens season ticketholders couldn’t help but notice something strange when their tickets recently arrived in the mail. The tickets, which were sent out before Monday’s agreement between National Football League’s team owners and players to end the lockout, came ...

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NFL lockout may tackle Ravens scratch-off lottery game

Having already claimed most of the NFL offseason, the labor dispute between professional football players and team owners could notch another victim this summer — one of Maryland’s most popular scratch-off lottery games. The State Lottery Agency will seek approval ...

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Court upholds award for former Redskin

A former Washington Redskins punter who suffered a career-ending back injury during a preseason practice in 2005 can collect workers’ compensation from the team under Maryland law, the state’s intermediate appellate court ruled Monday. The Court of Special Appeals decision ...

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