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Former NFL receiver Chad Johnson was very apologetic to Judge Kathleen McHugh, who slapped him with 30 days in jail after he slapped his lawyer on the butt. But that lawyer told 106.7 The Fan Tuesday, that there really were no legal grounds for her to throw out his plea deal.
Despite getting paid among the league’s elite at $13 million, Dan Haren has performed among the league’s worst for the Nationals, but GM Mike Rizzo insists no injuries are causing repeating poor outings for the back-end starter, and the team is actively working to identify the problem.
Jan Veselý recently gave an interview to a Czech media outlet that surprisingly didn’t disappoint, in which he reportedly slammed the Wizards for cutting his minutes and asking him to gain too much weight in the offseason, which nearly led to him demanding a trade out of Washington.
After stumbling a bit with a drug suspension in 2011, Trent Williams has made tremendous strides in maturity since being being drafted, which is why reports of him being involved in a bar brawl during his first trip to the Pro Bowl caught so many people by surprise, but it was just wrong place, wrong time, Williams said.
Season ticket holder Clinton Portis goes to Heat games with Edgerrin James and openly roots for the opposing teams, because the Heat have enough fans and it “pisses people off.” He’ll be at Game 2 of the NBA Final on Sunday, rooting for the Spurs.
The Washington Post will institute a Paywall on June 12, essentially charging daily web readers for the content they’d already been receiving free of charge. Read up and weigh-in on the conversation, and let us if you’re now willing to pay $10+/month for the same service.
Danny Rouhier has lived many lives prior to his time as a sports talk radio host on 106.7 The Fan. Thanks to a hilarious pic that came across Twitter Thursday, we can now put together the pieces of how this funny man evolved from a serious college baseball player into the man, the myth, the legend he is today.
The future seemed so bleak just last week when the Nats placed yet another player on the Disabled List in Stephen Strasburg, but one week from Wednesday and a handful of games later, that could all be in the past with Washington’s rotation returning to full-strength.
The Nats made surprising string of roster moves on Tuesday, some of which could have some serious long-term implications on the future direction of this franchise, and some not so much. Here are they are, and what they mean, as told by Washington’s GM Mike Rizzo.
Outside pressures for RGIII to pick a side in the Redskins debate are mounting, as writers near and far flex false bravado with their ink muscles, gathering more reaction with every sentence, to try to trick him into talking. But does he really need to say anything? Or can he just ride out the storm?
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