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Karl Alzner feels empathy for Caps teammate Alex Ovechkin being eliminated from the Olympics Games his country is hosting. He says he “can’t imagine the feeling of having to deal” with losing that game.
Russia surely let down its home crowd, in being eliminated from the Sochi Games with a 3-1 defeat to Finland on Wednesday, but as Craig Custance explains, the blame shouldn’t fall on Alex Ovechkin’s shoulders.
DeAngelo Hall is ecstatic about signing a new 4-year deal to remain in Washington, where he would ultimately like to “retire as a Redskin,” and told Grant & Danny part of him “would love” to play safety.”
Ryan Kerrigan reads poetry to women live on the air on 106.7 The Fan’s “Grant and Danny Show” for Valentine’s Day.
We’re naming this massive snowstorm that’s about to throttle the Washington, D.C. area, and we want you to help us decide what to call it. So let us snow!
Retired NBA great Grant Hill told 106.7 The Fan’s Grant and Danny he sees Bradley Beal as being a future All-Star, and gave some sound advice for a Wizards franchise struggling to get over .500, and stay there.
Cyd Zeigler of Outsports.com — who worked with Michael Sam on announcing himself as the NFL’s potential first openly gay player — ‘prays to God’ Sam doesn’t land on one of three NFL teams: the Cowboys, the Jets or the Redskins.
Allie LaForce — co-host of CBS Sports Network’s “Lead Off!” — recently caught up with 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier, and spoke about navigating the treacherous waters of being taken seriously as a female reporting professional sports.
Lavar Arrington’s new catchphrase — best identified as “YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!” — abruptly spawned a movement through Washington, D.C.