With 11 regular season games remaining on the Capitals schedule, the magnitude of the next four weeks has players fired up for the playoffs.
Max Scherzer had plenty of jokes to go around for his Nationals teammates in a recent radio interview.
More From The Junkies
Alex Ovechkin is on pace for his best offensive seasons since 2008-09, but teammates say they’ve never seen him play so well.
Rarely has Brooks Laich been healthy scratched as he was against Columbus. He talks being benched by Barry Trotz and his declining play.
The Junkies attempt to recreate Byron Jones’s record-setting 12-foot, 3-inch NFL Combine broad jump.
This video is over 15 minutes of two 106.7 The Fan coworkers uncomfortably fighting over water literally and figuratively being poured by one another.
Robert Griffin III, according to Jason Reid and people within the Redskins organization, “has not taken responsibility for his role in his failure.”
Brooks Laich of the Washington Capitals shreds ‘Happy Birthday’ on guitar to O.A.R.’s Richard On.
Hank Haney provided highly-revealing insight into Tiger’s Woods’ latest struggles, including a previously unknown anecdote from former coach Sean Foley.
LISTEN: On the phone with legendary sports columnist Bob Ryan, JP of The Junkies confuses him with another, less acclaimed blogger also named Bob Ryan.
After weeks of Sports Junkies listeners’ donations, producer Matt Valdez took the Polar Bear Plunge into the Chesapeake on Saturday (WATCH).
Emmitt Smith promises Dan Snyder he won’t bad-mouth the Redskins, he says; gives the organization bad advice on how to be successful.