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Controversy surrounding a commercial allegedly banned from airing during the Super Bowl has many gun advocates questioning what the National Football League’s stance is regarding firearms.
In this exclusive interview with program director Chris Kinard, we tackle the persistent problem of Cakes and his transaction-addiction, which is ruining fantasy football at 106.7 The Fan.
UFC President Dana White was on with 106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes and Bill Rohland Wednesday, delivering the unfortunate news that he doesn’t think Stefan “Skyscraper” Struve will ever be able to return to fighting after recently being diagnosed with an enlarged heart.
106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes, no stranger to radio rants, had an epic blowup on the air Wednesday, holding Alex Ovechkin accountable for his lack of leadership as well as the entire Capitals roster for six straight disappointing seasons. And he does it like no one else.
C.M. Punk can’t exactly do everything he wants in WWE, but he does have a good amount of say as to what goes on with his character on television.
Is America ready for an openly gay athlete in professional sports? Columnist Jason Whitlock thinks so, but suggests it will take someone powerful stepping out in support of such an admission before an NFL player is brave enough to do so himself.
LaVar Arrington has a problem with Kia’s Super Bowl commercial. Parts of it, or the whole thing, were a little too much for his taste. So LaVar, where do babies come from?
The NFL regular season kicks off this week with officials whose only experience in the league came during the four exhibition games they worked last month.
Former Washington Nationals radio announcer Rob Dibble made a spirited appearance on 106.7 The Fan Friday afternoon.