Today marks the end of a five-year run for the Lavar and Dukes Show on 106.7 The Fan, as Mr. Arrington signs off of his radio show for the final time, to depart for the NFL Network in Los Angeles in a full-time capacity.
After days of buildup, Chad Dukes has officially announced he'll be hosting the afternoon drive timeslot (Monday through Friday,...
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With LeBron James having now made his decision, the rest of the NBA is free to resume business. For the Wizards, Matt Moore indicates LeBron leaving Miami translates to ‘The price just went up on Trevor Ariza … by a lot.’
Marcin Gortat beat down the rumors he was considering signing with the Miami Heat, before re-signing with the Wizards, saying, “I don’t know if I want to jump in on the wagon with Lebron James …I want to build my own wagon here in Washington.”
MLB Network host Greg Amsinger had some sharp words for the Washington Nationals, who he believes are lacking that intangible “it factor” that the Baltimore Orioles seem to possess.
Anthony Rendon of the Washington Nationals hates ‘Transformers’ movies and talks about his taco preferences.
VIDEO: Blue Shorts eats as many jalapenos as he can (without dying) in exchange for Lavar Arrington making an appearance on his new radio show.
Robert Griffin III was asked if he ever feels he has to the opportunity to be the Muhammad Ali of his generation, by taking a stance against the Redskins’ team name. His response: It’s just not the time.
An attorney representing the five Native Americans who petitioned the U.S. Patent Office to cancel the Redskins’ 6 federal trademarks says when the team does finally appeal the ruling, “We’ll be ready.”
Redskins fans react viscerally to photos of Bryce Harper wearing a Dallas Cowboys hat over the weekend, calling in with their vitriol to 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes on Monday.
Randy Wittman gave a veritable state of the union on the Wizards, who he still believes had the chance to “go in and do something against Miami” if they’d advanced.
Watch Lavar Arrington hump a pole 40 times because he lost a bet.
Pierre Garcon told Lavar and Dukes he “probably wouldn’t play” for a team if that team’s name was offensive to him “or somebody I know.” It’s probably safe to say he doesn’t know anyone offended by the name ‘Redskins.’