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One of the common misconceptions made by baseball fans is to put too much stock in the Opening Day roster. Nationals GM Mike Rizzo explains why that can be misleading.
Robert Griffin III “can’t do it alone.” That’s the message Redskins legend Doug Williams had for the quarterback entering his third season.
Jay Gruden says he plans to be “open and honest” with RGIII, and develop him as a pocket passer during his third season as the Redskins quarterback, in an interview with Dan Hellie on NFL Network.
The Wizards are very focused on attaining the best possible seed they can in their final 12 games, Bradley Beal told 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier on Tuesday.
Former Redskins Super Bowl-winning quarterback Doug Williams declined comment on the team’s name controversy, telling 106.7 The Fan you’re gonna lose “no matter what side of the fence you’re gonna be on.”
Santana Moss said he didn’t have to thing about how he’d fit into Jay Gruden’s offense before re-signing with the Redskins. When he was given the opportunity to come back, “it was no question … so I signed on.”
Prior to lighting it up for the Wizards the last nine games, Drew Gooden found himself soul-searching at home, doing everything he could to make himself more valuable to a potential suitor. Now, he’s out to prove to everyone he still has gas left in the tank.
One NFL free agent has reacted to fellow agent Steve Weinberg accepting the Broncos offer for Emmanuel Sanders, after reportedly agreeing in principle to another team, saying, “You have to stand by your word.”
Calling radio shows can be intimidating. ‘Phil in Alexandria’ flamed out disastrously during his phone call into 106.7 The Fan’s Grant and Danny on Tuesday. Listen to his disappointing call, and the surprisingly happy ending to his terrible story.