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.
Randy Wittman gave a veritable state of the union on the Wizards, who he still believes had the chance to “go in and do something against Miami” if they’d advanced.
Watch Lavar Arrington hump a pole 40 times because he lost a bet.
Pierre Garcon told Lavar and Dukes he “probably wouldn’t play” for a team if that team’s name was offensive to him “or somebody I know.” It’s probably safe to say he doesn’t know anyone offended by the name ‘Redskins.’
Lavar Arrington was on-hand in the East Room of the White House Thursday to speak about raising awareness about concussions in sports, on behalf of the Healthy Kids & Safe Sports Concussion Summit (PHOTOS).
Here’s an audacious way to get a promotion: Tell the big boss what he’s been doing wrong.
Former Redskin Lavar Arrington was very impassioned about Michael Sam’s plans to film a documentary of his path to the NFL, saying “Just say you want to be a celebrity!” while adding he likely won’t make the Rams final roster.
Someone threw a piece of paper from the trash at germaphobe Chad Dukes, who went crazy and reacted by cursing and throwing a chair at his assailant. Watch the video here.
There’s a horrible trick radio hosts can play on Xbox One/Kinect users that involves unexpectedly signing them out of whatever video game they’re playing, using the voice command “Xbox Sign Out” and it’s utterly hysterical.
The Washington Redskins threatened a lawsuit by sending a “cease and desist” letter to former Redskins linebacker Lavar Arrington, for using the phrase “Redskins great” in a promotional flyer for his summer football camp.
If NBA commissioner Adam Silver hadn’t handed down such a strong penalty to Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the Washington Wizards wouldn’t have closed out against the Bulls Tuesday night, because neither team would have taken the court.