Santana Moss hates hearing opposing team’s fans more at home, he told 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar & Dukes on Tuesday; something that he’s had to deal with since arriving in Washington in 2005, and he’s learned to accept.
Santana Moss suggested to Lavar and Dukes Tuesday that Robert Griffin III should brace himself better for the massive amounts of...
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Lavar Arrington revealed the details of a verbal dispute he’d been alluding to for weeks, between he and Redskins’ safety Brandon Meriweather, and went after the team’s PR staff for its handling of Robert Griffin III, on 106.7 The Fan on Wednesday.
Chad Dukes delivered another classic rant on 106.7 The Fan Tuesday, in the wake of the Skins losing their 8th game just 11 games into the 2013 season, in which he lauded Mike Shanahan for being smart enough to earn $28M over 4 years for doing nothing.
Karl Alzner told Lavar and Dukes he doesn’t think of Martin Erat any differently, as a person or teammate, one day after reports surfaced that Erat requested to be traded from the Washington Capitals.
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Santana Moss wasn’t too appreciative of a recent comment made by RGIII, in which attributed his game-sealing interception in the Redskins’ latest loss to receivers not being open.
An audio clip recently surfaced of Fred Smoot in which his pronounced southern drawl helps him pronounce the word “snippet” as “schnipplet.” It’s quite possibly the single greatest audio clip of Fred that’s ever been recorded, and for Fred, that’s saying something, or at least a schnipplet of something.
Chael Sonnen told 106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes that Wanderlei Silva isn’t going to get his wish for the two fight in an outdoor stadium in Brazil next year, because Wandy sucks, and isn’t going to sell anything out without Chael Sonnen.
RGIII will dive if he wants to dive and that’s all there is to it, at least according to tight end Niles Paul, who told 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes Friday that the Redskins quarterback will continue to put his body on the line if it means the difference between scoring and not scoring.
While the most optimistic predictions may have the Wizards backing into the playoff in the 2013-14 NBA season, the groundwork could already be laid in assembling a championship-caliber team, and the piece that puts them over the top could come sooner than expected.
There was a disturbance amidst the D.C. radio airwaves Thursday as the terrifying Wyatt family took over the Lavar & Dukes Show.
Shortly after writing that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has transitioned from the kid with the unbeatable combination of modesty and limitlessness, into an unteachable know-it-all, Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins clarified that that’s just how he’s coming off at the moment.