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.
When Caps owner Ted Leonsis approached 106.7 The Fan’s broadcast booth prior to Caps/Rangers Game 1, he noticed Lavar Arrington wasn’t rocking the red during a red out, so he walked to the nearest gift shop and bought him a new hoodie.
When news broke that Jason Collins was coming out as the first openly gay professional athlete in American team sports, it came with a caveat that the moment would be inevitably be spoiled by someone’s ill-fitting commentary. Chris Broussard stepped up to the plate for ESPN on Monday.
NBC’s break-the-bank deal to acquire exclusive rights to broadcast English Premier League soccer in the U.S. may be catering to a small audience, but that doesn’t make it a dumb financial decision. It just makes it a risky one.
After being leveled by the Braves and humbled Tuesday night, 8-2, by the Marlins, the Washington Nationals find themselves in an early season fall from grace from preseason expectations. But fear not Nats fans. It’s only April, and they’re still shaking the winter rust off.
Maryland football has struggled to recruit against the Big Ten Conference for years, but head coach Randy Edsall insists he knows the secret to changing the school’s perception with hometown recruits, and it’s hidden deep in the Terrapins’ backyard.
Since signing with the Arizona Cardinals, former Redskin Lorenzo Alexander has been preparing for the upcoming NFL season away from D.C. and says it’s not easy transitioning out of his comfort zone.
RGIII has stated he will not put his career in jeopardy simply to be ready for Week One. Conversely, Mike Shanahan recently stated Griffin was going to set a record for his quick recovery.
The opening rounds of the tournament cater to the shock and awe aspect of March Madness. But as the underdogs begin to fade, and the remaining sixteen teams appear, it’s a surprisingly familiar crowd of faces.
Lavar and Dukes were privileged to be joined by esteemed D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray on Tuesday, so naturally they addressed the name of the Washington Redskins and what it would take to move the team back within city limits.
Most people couldn’t imagine themselves stepping into a Mixed Martial Arts ring at any age, but certainly not at the age of 51. But Herschel Walker isn’t most people.