Redskins fans may remember when RGIII released a statement through a third party, saying “all parties involved know their responsibilities” in his knee injury. Well, Jason Reid of The Post suggests that may have been directed at Shanahan, and the two may still need to get on the same page.
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Jeff Bostic caused quite the stir with his recent commentary on the volatile Redskins name debate, so Lavar and Dukes got him on...
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Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards told 106.7 The Fan he would lose respect for a teammate if he recovered from an injury and refused to help his team out in the playoffs, as Derrick Rose did with the Bulls.
Not that he would, but John Tortorella should never challenge Adam Oates to a fight. Oates doesn’t like that Torts has been bad-mouthing the Capitals, and when he was asked what would happen if the two were in a a one-on-one fight, well … he didn’t have to think about it.
106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes, no stranger to radio rants, had an epic blowup on the air Wednesday, holding Alex Ovechkin accountable for his lack of leadership as well as the entire Capitals roster for six straight disappointing seasons. And he does it like no one else.
The Washington Capitals have now endured six consecutive Stanley Cup playoff appearances resulting in failure to get past the second round, three of which ended in failure to escape the first round, and as 106.7 The Fan’s Caps beat reporter Sky Kerstein said, “something needs to change.”
Just a day after Dan Snyder nearly broke the world with his powerful defiance against changing the Redskins name, he has support in a lifelong Redskins fan … Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan.
The Caps hopes for a series sweep were dashed in their 4-3 loss to the Rangers Monday, but the chance for a short series in the interest of sparing their legs for a deep playoff run is still alive.
When Caps owner Ted Leonsis approached 106.7 The Fan’s broadcast booth prior to Caps/Rangers Game 1, he noticed Lavar Arrington wasn’t rocking the red during a red out, so he walked to the nearest gift shop and bought him a new hoodie.
When news broke that Jason Collins was coming out as the first openly gay professional athlete in American team sports, it came with a caveat that the moment would be inevitably be spoiled by someone’s ill-fitting commentary. Chris Broussard stepped up to the plate for ESPN on Monday.
NBC’s break-the-bank deal to acquire exclusive rights to broadcast English Premier League soccer in the U.S. may be catering to a small audience, but that doesn’t make it a dumb financial decision. It just makes it a risky one.
After being leveled by the Braves and humbled Tuesday night, 8-2, by the Marlins, the Washington Nationals find themselves in an early season fall from grace from preseason expectations. But fear not Nats fans. It’s only April, and they’re still shaking the winter rust off.
Since signing with the Arizona Cardinals, former Redskin Lorenzo Alexander has been preparing for the upcoming NFL season away from D.C. and says it’s not easy transitioning out of his comfort zone.