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Is Tom Wilson 'Cised' to be Here in Washington?

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Whatever you thought this post was going to be about from reading the headline, I assure you it’s not, and I’m sorry. 206 more words

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Let Us Snow: Make Your Official D.C. Snow Predictions

Snow clouds are moving toward the city which means the people of Washington, D.C. are panicking, snatching every loaf of bread off grocery store shelves in preparation for the storm expected to hit the area Wednesday that could or could not be as serious as it sounds. 487 more words


Fred Smoot: Chris Cooley Can 'Save His Career'

Former Redskin and perennial fan favorite Fred Smoot joined Holden and Danny Friday to lend his defensive expertise to Washington’s failing secondary and explain how the team fares at stopping a pass-happy Pittsburgh offense Sunday. 795 more words


Holden & Danny: Eric Davis is 'Shocked' at How Fast RGIII is Progressing

Two-time pro bowl cornerback and current NFL Network analyst, Eric Davis, joined Holden and Danny Wednesday to give his insight into the early successes of RGIII, what’s plaguing Cam Newton in Carolina and which deficiencies the Redskins can exploit in Pittsburgh Sunday. 612 more words


Holden & Danny: Josh Wilson Says He Should Have Got His Hands on Cruz

Redskins corner back Josh Wilson joined the Holden and Danny show as he does every week during the season to discuss the 27-23 loss to the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants. 601 more words


Holden & Danny: Logan Paulsen Says Cooley's Celebrity 'Reached All The Way To California'

Third-year Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen was very close to Chris Cooley, as the relationship between an apprentice and instructor often goes. But for a then- 23-year-old UCLA grad from West Hills, California, some 2,600 miles from the Nation’s Capital, Cooley taking Paulsen under his wing was much more than that. 475 more words


Holden & Danny: Tyler Clippard Excited To 'Get A Little Separation' From Atlanta

The Washington Nationals are red hot right now, heading into possibly their most significant series of the season. The Nats, who have won 7 of their last 10, and are a sizzling 26-12 since the All-Star break, begin a three-game series Monday night against a Braves team that trails Washington in the NL East by just 5 games. 516 more words