I’ve spent my entire career in newspapers. There’s nothing I love more than telling stories. Now, thanks to program director Chris Kinard and the good folks at 106.7 The Fan, I get to do that in a new medium, radio, and I couldn’t be more excited.
I’ve been hired to cover the Redskins for our station. That’s something I got a taste of working for the Washington Times.
I’m from Silver Spring. I went to Gonzaga High and the University of Maryland. I live in Bethesda. Some would have you believe that makes me the equivalent of a unicorn – a honest-to-goodness native Washingtonian.
But I know there’s plenty of you out there who grew up here, in Bowie or Kensington, in Annandale or Woodbridge, in the District or in Ashburn, who live and die with these local teams. I’ve seen pretty much everything D.C. sports has thrown at you in recent years – some good, sure, but plenty bad.
Read Brian’s full introductory piece here.
The Redskins also have lots of competition at inside linebacker with Will Compton, Mason Foster and Perry Riley, Jr. already in place.
The five most intense position battles to watch when Redskins Training Camp kicks off next week.
The positives to take from Kirk Cousins playing on the franchise tag.
Redskins don’t come to terms with Kirk Cousins, who will play 2016 season on franchise tag.
Redskins training camp is less than three weeks away, so let’s visit some key areas of concern.
Will the Redskins and Kirk Cousins get a long-term deal done before the deadline next week?
July 4 weekend begins with Washington (48-32) up 6 on the Mets, the 6.5 on the Marlins, 13 on the Phillies and 20.5 on the Braves.
Be careful not to read too much into OTAs and mincamp, but here’s what we DID learn about the Redskins.
Redskins updates as offseason activities end and players break before training camp.
Kirk Cousins set the tone for a competitive first day of minicamp, shouting his catchphrase to set off a chain of defensive retaliation.