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What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 200 Words, Tuesday Morning

Charter train carrying the Nats derails in Delaware. (More here.)

The sun's still shining in Ashburn, even though penalty flags are still flying towards the league's most penalized team. After his "performance for the ages," the Skins clean Brunell's laceration; Shawn Springs remains out, while Gibbs expects Joe Salave'a to play. Teammates gush about Clinton Portis, and a columnist says Al Saunders learned football is "a real man's game back East." Renaldo Wynn accurately notes that "you're never as good as when you're great," here's a Skins analogy you won't read anywhere else, and the Ravens' three opponents are a combined 0-8.

Hokies booster wants to ban fans who boo, and a starting WR gets pepper sprayed and suspended. (Starting DE is also suspended.)

Bobby Cox and Felipe Alou think Zimmerman's the ROY. Nick Johnson remains in a NY hospital (smart move), while the man he collided with tries to forget. At least one city is excited about the O's. Tonight marks the debut of broadband-only NHL broadcasts (including the Caps); see photos of Ovechkin and his girlfriend here. Andre Agassi and Steve Case will develop resort homes, and don't try to bring any outside food to the Phonebooth.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 26, 2006; 8:29 AM ET
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