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Ex-Redskin and now-Browns receiver talks about Kyle Shanahan, Rex Grossman and Johnny Manziel, all in one interview.
Jayson Werth is not headed to the disabled list after all, Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo informed 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen on Wednesday.
The immediate future doesn’t seem bright for the Dallas Cowboys, so to pile on, NFL commentator Sean Salisbury says “they’re a Tony Romo injury away from being 2-14.”
In giving the perspective of Boston media, Tom Curran of CSN New England made the point there’s “not a massive, massive drop-off” from the Redskins third-string quarterback, Colt McCoy, and their first-stringer, Robert Griffin III.
The playlist from this special edition of #SkaWednesday on “Chad Dukes Versus The World” was hand-selected by Dicky Barrett, lead singer of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
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.