Grant Paulsen is the Redskins beat reporter for 106.7 The Fan and co-host of Washington Football Tonight heard weeknights at 6:00 p.m.
He provided the play-by-play during the Ripken Baseball World Series in 2005 and was a reporter for ABC Sports’ coverage of the 2004 and 2003 Emmy®-nominated Little League World Series and its Emmy®-nominated Super Bowl XXXVII pre-game, half-time, and post-game show.
POSTS BY GRANT PAULSEN
Here is a look at a three trends, both good and bad, for the Washington Redskins as they begin a three-game homestand.
With the Redskins having put half their regular season games behind them, Grant Paulsen reflects back on the season up to this point, and names the five most impactful players on the team through the first eight games.
Here are the three keys Grant Paulsen thinks are most important for the Redskins in their quest for a road win at Dallas tonight.
The Redskins got their first win of the season in Oakland. Grant Paulsen highlights five players who made the victory possible.
Here’s the good, bad and ugly from the Washington Redskins’ 33-27 loss to open their season against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Although the majority of the starters won’t be playing tonight for the Washington Redskins, tonight’s final preseason game presents some interesting battles worth watching.
The Redskins will be releasing 22 more players in the coming few days. Here are three burning questions about Washington’s offense that will need to be answered during the roster forming process.
Kirk Cousins has made the most of his opportunities to fill-in for RGIII, this year and last, and while he’s in no rush to be a starter in the NFL, he did express his desires to one day prove his total worth, in an exclusive interview with 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen.
The Redskins topped the Tennessee Titans in their preseason opener on Thursday night. Here is Grant Paulsen’s stock report on who helped and hurt their cause.
The Washington Redskins strengthened a thin position Wednesday evening by signing veteran inside linebacker Nick Barnett to a one-year contract.