Chad Dukes, Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier have agreed to join forces for eight-hour radio broadcasts on 106.7 The Fan every day following a Redskins loss until the team wins a game.
Kevin Frandsen wants Nationals fans to know they were louder in the playoffs than San Francisco Giants fans.
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After Alex Ovechkin’s impossible goal Thursday, Capitals PA announcer Wes Johnson simulates on the radio what an Ovi-to-Ovi-to-Ovi goal would have sounded like had the Caps been playing at home.
Jason La Canfora had some sobering thoughts about the outlook of the currently 3-7 Washington Redskins franchise.
John Feinstein says the Redskins’ ongoing off-the-field saga has left the organization resembling the Kardashian family: “It’s a soap opera reality show at this point. There’s just nothing good going on.”
Grant and Danny’s ‘Redskins Survivor’ began with 17 players in Week 1 of the NFL season. Only one will remain when it’s all over. Who will emerge the lone Redskins Survivor?
The NFL ignored a contract it signed with the NFLPA in suspending Adrian Peterson, George Atallah of the Players Association tells 106.7 The Fan.
How did Kris Humphries avoid Kim Kardashian ‘breaking the internet’? “For me, it’s just basketball. … I’m not someone who’s paying attention to things that don’t really matter in my world,” he says.
The low point of Matt Williams’ first year as Washington Nationals manager, which resulted in NL Manager of the Year honors and an NL East title, came just three weeks into the 2014 season.
Two longtime D.C. broadcasters. Two very different opinions on the Terrapins refusing to shake the opposing Penn State players’ hands at midfield.
“Grant and Danny” declare Tuesday after Redskins’ win over Cowboys “Bashaud Breeland Day”; celebrate holiday with the creator, Bashaud Breeland.
In the debate over who was a better linebacker for the Redskins, between Lavar Arrington and Brian Orakpo, Fred Smoot, a teammate to both, sides with neither: “They are the same player.”