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 have many high profile needs, but there may not be a more disruptive player than Washington DT Danny Shelton at No. 5.
Redskins have plenty of options when it comes to the 2015 draft. Here five possible choices for GM Scot McCloughan to make.
Redskins sign 28-year-old former Colts defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois.
With a vote by the city to cover uncollected costs, the Washington Redskins will return to Richmond for training camp in 2015.
Randy Gregory, despite a weight issue, is one of the top defensive linemen in the draft, and could be in play for the Redskins.
The Redskins are in prime position to trade down in the first round of this year’s NFL draft, according to ESPN analyst Todd McShay.
The Redskins need a safety. Alabama’s Landon Collins is rated as the best one in an otherwise down year at that position.
Are there any franchise QBs in this year’s draft class? Will a non-QB go number one? 5 questions NFL teams need to answer at the combine.
Ryan Kerrigan, the 16th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, gives advice to prospective players participating in this year’s Scouting Combine.
The Redskins could use help on their offensive line. But it’s unclear if they’d be willing to use the No. 5 overall pick on a player who might not stick at tackle.