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.
After almost a full season away, recovering from a meniscus injury, Redskins draft pick Kendall Fuller appreciates the game even more.
His size might be problematic as a full-time starting linebacker. But the Redskins like that they can use Cravens in a variety of ways.
It took years for Josh Doctson to prove he belonged on the field at TCU. Now, he has much loftier aspirations.
Welcome to the NFL Draft, Redskins GM Scot McCloughan’s favorite time of year.
It remains to be seen how Sheldon Rankins will fit in at the pro level, but he thinks his college tape speaks for itself.
Many analysts think the Redskins will be interested in Reggie Ragland, and it’s easy to see why.
How the Capitals can best the Penguins in their first playoff meeting in seven years.
Karl Joseph could be the most complete safety in the draft, but a torn ACL last year has hurt his draft stock.
Vonn Bell has a case for the best safety in the draft, and the Redskins desperately need safety help.
Considered by many to be the top receiver in the draft, Laquon Treadwell would give the Redskins the big receiver they desperately need.