Roger Staubach is a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. And like most fans of America’s Team, he’s a bit disappointed.
The Larry Michaels Highlight Show returns with a look back at the Washington Redskins loss to the New York Giants on Sunday night.
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During Monday’s broadcast of the ‘Holden and Danny Show’ on 106.7 The Fan, the guys played a ‘previously unheard’ radio highlight package of Washington’s football team’s win on Sunday.
Dave McKenna, who is no stranger to those in the front offices of Redskins Park, believes he has a clever and financially sound solution to the team’s mounting name woes.
Fred Smoot’s big concern for the Redskins entering the bye week: special teams. Chris Thompson has ‘yet to make a play.’
Fred Smoot is calling for major changes atop the Washington Redskins. He wants Mike Shanahan out and Bill Cowher or Jon Gruden in.
The moment you’ve all been waiting for: Redskins fullback Darrel Young announced on 106.7 The Fan Tuesday that he will be ready in time for Week 1, although, he wasn’t really injured or anything, so …
Boomer Esiason is a hardcore Rangers fan. He’s also a jinx when at the Verizon Center. So, for tonight’s Game 7 against the Capitals, he’ll be watching the game from the comfort of his couch in high definition.
The athletes who put the proverbial dagger in the hearts of D.C. sports fans. Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier spent a good portion of their show Monday talking about the top heartbreakers.
Monday’s Boston Marathon attacks may have been the first time we’ve had to feel such a level of simultaneous terror and vulnerability since 9/11, but that doesn’t mean we don’t know how to pick ourselves up from this disaster, and as Luke Russert told 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny, we should all remember how.
Jackie Robinson is the undeniable top barrier-breaking athlete in history. But who is second? Holden and Danny make a case for embattled South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius.
Ryan Zimmerman admits he wasn’t feeling great about his performance as of a few weeks ago. But that’s the beauty of the exhibition season. Each day the standings are erased and teams begin anew.