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The 29-year-old veteran cornerback has brokered a deal with the Washington Redskins to bring him back for the 2013 season.
Sunday night rumors began to spread about former Redskins running back Clinton Portis passing away in a car crash. On Monday, a very alive Portis joined Holden Kushner on “The Mike Wise Show with Holden Kushner,” and revealed that his mother called him in a panic to make sure he was safe.
This season has been a roller coaster ride for the Washington Capitals. After starting the season with seven straight wins, the Caps would miss the playoffs if the season ended today. Luckily, Washington still has 26 games to play before the postseason begins, starting with a pivotal match-up against the Southeast Division leading Florida Panthers.
Joe Torre, a four-time World Series winning manager with the New York Yankees and the 1971 National League MVP, joined “The Mike Wise Show” on Wednesday and said Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg is “something that comes along once in a generation.” Torre, a nine-time all-star with the Braves and Cardinals, managed the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2008-2010, and compares Strasburg to a player he coached, 2011 NL Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw.
The Washington Nationals announced today that 106.7 The Fan will broadcast nine of the teams Grapefruit League Spring Training games.
This morning, here at 106.7 The Fan studios in Fairfax, a car jumped the curb and smashed through the building. Amazingly, no one was injured, including the driver.
Redskins first round draft pick Ryan Kerrigan, from the University of Purdue, made his first appearance on the Mike Wise Show with Holden Kushner today. Listen to hear what he had to say about joining […]
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