The Sports Junkies
Legendary sportscaster James Brown joined the Junkies on Tuesday to promote the 10th annual Michael Wilbon/James Brown Celebrity Roast and Golf Classic, but it was Brown who hailed the Junks are celebrities.
The career of an NFL long-snapper often goes overlooked, but nobody overlooked the Redskins Nick Sundberg when he continued to play Sunday after BREAKING HIS ARM against the Saints!
Brandon Banks joined the Junkies today as the guys congratulated him on making the 53-man roster and asked him about cut-down day.
Redskins second year tight-end Niles Paul joined the Junkies on Wednesday to share some fond memories and experiences with the recently released Chris Cooley.
Every Wednesday the guys are supposed to wear in some sort of old or irrelevant jersey of a player. Most of us have tons of beat up jerseys laying around that we can show off.
Wednesday on the Junkies, the show was fired up to talk with Forgetting Sarah Marshall star Kristen Bell. Bell was on to promote her new film with fiancé Dax Shepard called Hit & Run.
Check out the gallery of the 2012 Junkies Summer Dress Party!
Tuesday on the Junkies we played Mike Wise’s Usain Bolt rap that was reviewed by JP as “so bad, it’s good.” Today, we received another email from Wise over in London and attached was his […]
The Washington Examiner’s Rick Snider joined the Junkies on Tuesday to update the show on the development of a few young players at Redskin’s training camp, including one bombshell opinion.
ESPN’s play-by-by voice and Baseball Tonight host Jon Sciambi joined the Junkies on Wednesday to discuss the Washington Nationals decision to stand pat through the trade deadline and to stick with the squad they believe can contend for years to come.