DeAngelo Hall, at 30-years-old and entering his 11 NFL season, knows he doesn’t have a lot of football left, which is why he says he’s ready to lay it all on the line, and “not leave anything in the tank.”
As the Redskins embark on training camp, teammates of Robert Griffin III weigh in on his reformed attitude, as it appears in entering his third season, he’s finally “becoming a pro.”
The heavy rain could have been interpreted as a bad omen to being training camp, but the smell of fresh cut grass and a clean slate was enough to keep these Redskins feeling refreshed and hopeful for 2014.
Hail one. Hail all. Live from the Bon Secours Redskins Training Center, here’s the latest coverage from Richmond, Va., as Redskins fans all around celebrate the return of Redskins Training Camp.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden and his team are ready for training camp, which begins with a Thursday morning practice. But four players will not take part.
106.7 The Fan has named its new Redskins beat reporter: Brian McNally arrives at The Fan by way of The Washington Times, and previously the Washington Examiner.
The Caps hopes for a series sweep were dashed in their 4-3 loss to the Rangers Monday, but the chance for a short series in the interest of sparing their legs for a deep playoff run is still alive.
Double Overtime with Sky & J hosted a Caps trade deadline special on 106.7 HD2 and this is what the local media had to say.
LaVar and Chad end the discussion on the QB situation the Redskins have found themselves in. Also, Brian McNally, Capitals reporter for the Washington Examiner joins the show.
LaVar and Chad talk to Washington Examiner Caps Reporter, Brian McNally, about the recent Tomas Fleischmann trade. Also, LaVar and Chad discuss Lebron’s situation in Miami.