Post-Bloomberg Sports budget for April 25

Published on NewsOK Modified: April 24, 2014 at 4:51 pm •  Published: April 24, 2014
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The Washington Post-Bloomberg News ALL-SPORTS! budget for papers of Friday, April 25, 2014. For questions about stories, please call 202-334-7666. All stories have moved, unless otherwise noted.

Football:

FBN-REDSKINS — WASHINGTON — Robert Griffin III sits down for his first lengthy interview since before he was benched last season. Developing, by Mike Jones (Post).

Basketball:

BKN-WIZARDS-NENE — A look at the impact Nene has had on the Washington Wizards. Developing, by Michael Lee (Post). With BOSWELL (Post).

Baseball:

BBA-BUCKNER — Bill Buckner's Red Sox error lives on as a 404 web page of the Boston Globe. 360 words, by Renee Dudley (Bloomberg).

MARRERO-OBIT — Connie Marrero, a fan favorite in the 1950s with the Washington Senators and the oldest surviving former Major League Baseball player, dies at 102. 880 words, by Matt Schudel (Post). Moved Wednesday. One photo

General:

CHEERLEADERS — LOS ANGELES — NFL cheerleaders are putting down their pom-poms and demanding a better deal. 1,355 words, by Amanda Hess (Slate). Moved on National wire.

Soccer:

MANCHESTER — Manchester United's worst season since at least 1992 was underscored by the departure of coach David Moyes. As a business, the club still has few peers in soccer. 765 words, by Alex Duff (Bloomberg).

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