The LaVar Arrington Show with Chad Dukes
Former Redskins linebacker Lavar Arrington was always one of the most vocal players in the NFL. Now, he’s on the other side of the mic, giving D.C. sports fans the real deal behind what happens on the field. Lavar is joined by Chad Dukes, formerly the midday host at 106.7 WJFK. Dukes is a D.C. area native and long suffering Washington sports fan.
Yesterday Bryce Harper broke the internet with a photo of his ‘thick’ physical appearance. Today, teammate Anthony Rendon weighed in on Harper’s new-found musclebound physique.
If you’re someone who considers yourself a passive hockey fan, then trade deadline acquisitions can be hard to follow. Here’s a simpler breakdown (with a timeline) explaining the moves the Caps made, and how it will affect the team moving forward.
#PepsiParty1067 II capped off another successful week at 106.7 The Fan, and seems to be gaining steam. Catch up on what you missed from this week’s party, as the movement begins to take hold on Washington, D.C.
If you missed the delicious Pepsi Party — which aired live on 106.7 The Fan on Friday — you can listen here. If you have no idea what a Pepsi Party is, find out here — because you’re missing it.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated thinks it’s absurd of the Redskins to think they’ll get a 2nd-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft in exchange for Kirk Cousins … but he does think they can get a 1st-round pick in 2015′s draft for him.
Karl Alzner feels empathy for Caps teammate Alex Ovechkin being eliminated from the Olympics Games his country is hosting. He says he “can’t imagine the feeling of having to deal” with losing that game.
Lavar Arrington’s new catchphrase — best identified as “YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!” — abruptly spawned a movement through Washington, D.C.
Reigning UFC light heavyweight champion Jon ‘Bones’ Jones has a message for Anderson Silva, who suffered a gruesome leg injury in December: Stay away from the Octagon.
Yes, it’s great the Wizards have finally gotten their record above .500 after more than four seasons, but no, it’s not something to celebrate — head coach Randy Wittman told Lavar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday.
The Redskins hired one of the hottest offensive commodities in the NFL in Jay Gruden, but not everyone was a fan. Put the name of NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger at the top of that list, a guy who says, “Washington could have done better.”