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Mike Rizzo explains how, in a strange move, the Nationals were able to acquire lefty reliever Matt Thornton from the Yankees from waivers, without giving up a player.
As Bradley Beal continues his campaign to make the USA Basketball team, he says he hasn’t yet begun recruiting any of his American teammates to consider D.C. as they become free agents in the coming years, but he will.
The same Richmond, Va. Arby’s restaurant which dedicated a parking spot to RGIII has now bestowed the same honor upon “Redskins Great” Lavar Arrington, ahead of Redskins training camp.
After days of buildup, Chad Dukes has officially announced he’ll be hosting the afternoon drive timeslot (Monday through Friday, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.) on his own, moving forward, in the wake of Lavar Arrington’s full-time departure for Lavar Arrington.
The Washington Nationals will move Ryan Zimmerman to the Disabled List for the second time this season, after he left Tuesday’s game against the Colorado Rockies early with a strained right hamstring, and will recall Zach Walters, Mike Rizzo has confirmed.
Heading into his 3rd season with the Redskins, Kirk Cousins has put the offseason rumor mill behind him, and is now saying all the right things in his first year under head coach Jay Gruden.
RGIII explained the reason for working with Terry Shea this offseason as necessary because, “he knew what I looked like beforehand, before the injury and before some of the mechanical things that I was asked to change.”
In the wake of the announcement University of Maryland would be inducting Len Bias into its Hall of Fame, posthumously, columnist John Feinstein wondered aloud, ‘Why now?’
Today marks the end of a five-year run for the Lavar and Dukes Show on 106.7 The Fan, as Mr. Arrington signs off of his radio show for the final time, to depart for the NFL Network in Los Angeles in a full-time capacity.