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Trevor Ariza does not like being called ‘Switchblade’ — a supposed nickname he’s listed as having on a basketball stats website — so you probably shouldn’t call him ‘Switchblade,’ particularly not in an interview with him.
If you’re someone who considers yourself a passive hockey fan, then trade deadline acquisitions can be hard to follow. Here’s a simpler breakdown (with a timeline) explaining the moves the Caps made, and how it will affect the team moving forward.
There is no truth to the rumor that Redskins safety Tanard Jackson will be reinstated, as reports have indicated, a source close to Jackson has informed 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen.
Say farewell to Britt McHenry, Washington, D.C., as she becomes the latest area sportscaster to be swept up by a national network (ESPN). Read about her journey from local community reporter all the way to the big time.
Perhaps no photo from Spring Training better illustrates just how much bulk Nationals slugger Bryce Harper packed on in the offseason, than this photo right here.
The Washington Capitals have traded Michal Neuvirth and Rostislav Klesla to the Buffalo Sabres for veteran goaltender Jaroslav Halák and a 2015 third-round pick, the Capitals announced on Wednesday.
Brooks Laich seems pleased with the Caps deadline acquisitions thus far, although he’s leery from one previous “bad apple” who “rocked the boat a little bit.” But who???
Vasectomy Madness is back with a vengeance, and it’s now up to you to decide the winner of a free vasectomy procedure, to be performed by Dr. Shin and Dr. Engel, Urological surgeons of Washington. Now vote!
Cal Ripken, Jr. shot down rumors that he was in serious contention for the Nationals managerial opening in 2013, in an interview on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday, is still open to managing, and weighed in on MLB’s new home plate collision rule.