Wizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis buries the hatchet with sports radio host Chad Dukes, whom he was critical of regarding coverage of his teams.
If you like to pass your day with raw, visceral radio fights, you should listen this blowup between Chad Duke and JP of The Junkies.
Chad Dukes, Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier have agreed to join forces for eight-hour radio broadcasts on 106.7 The Fan every day following a Redskins loss until the team wins a game.
With the announcement of the Chad Dukes Cheesesteak as a permanent Jerry’s menu item, also came the news that $500 was raised through the campaign for nonprofit ‘Our Military Kids.’
Sports radio caller into 106.7 The Fan unknowingly calls the wrong radio show on the wrong radio station; show host Chad Dukes strings him along imitating the other hosts without so much as altering his voice.
Chad Dukes obliterates the logic of being “pro-Griffin” or “pro-Cousins” in this nice little anti-quarterback controversy byte-sized radio rant.
After days of buildup, Chad Dukes has officially announced he’ll be hosting the afternoon drive timeslot (Monday through Friday, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.) on his own, moving forward, in the wake of Lavar Arrington’s full-time departure for Lavar Arrington.
Watch Lavar Arrington hump a pole 40 times because he lost a bet.
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.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s ruling, to ban Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the league for life, yields a subsequent debate between 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar Arrington and Chad Dukes over possible invasion of privacy.