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Fans who are unable to attend Sunday's game can tune in to WDAF-FM (106.5 The Wolf), the Home of the Chiefs Radio Network, as "Voice of the Chiefs" Mitch Holthus, former Chiefs WR Danan Hughes and sideline reporter Josh Klingler call the action. Tico Sports will produce a Spanish-language broadcast on KPRS Hot 103 Jamz HD2 (103.3.2 FM) and on KSSA La Ke Buena (105.9 FM) featuring Enrique Morales, Oscar Monterroso and sideline reporter Hannah Bassham. Both radio broadcasts are also available to stream on the Chiefs Mobile app within a 50-mile radius of the Kansas City metro area. Sunday's game will be broadcast on CBS (KCTV5 locally) where play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz, analysts Tony Romo and Jay Feely, and sideline reporters Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn will deliver the call.




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  • The narrative currently encompassing the Washington Commanders is two fold: their showing in free agency and plans for next month\u2019s draft. The same can be said for most NFL teams, but Washington isn\u2019t most teams and under-fire owner Dan Snyder was bound to become a subject of conversation at some point.\nIt\u2019s been quiet on the Snyder front for about a month now, but he was a regular in the news cycle following the team\u2019s Feb. 2 rebrand.\nLong story short, the NFL intervened after Snyder hired his own team of investigators to look into the allegations levied against him by former Washington employee Tiffani Johnston. The fact commissioner Roger Goodell stepped on Snyder\u2019s toes indicated his league-wide support was waning.\nIn light of the NFL\u2019s maneuver against Snyder, a former Washington employee created a website urging sponsors to cut ties with Washington in the name of boycotting Snyder\u2019s ownership so he\u2019d be forced to sell the team.\nWithin days of the website\u2019s creation,\u00a0Medliminal, a Virginia-based medical billing compliance company, severed ties with Washington.\nNow, two more moves have been made (seemingly) in protest of Snyder\u2019s ownership. It\u2019s unclear whether they\u2019re correlated with the website, but they definitely indicate the 57-year-old is slowly but surely losing his power grip.\nThese 2 moves prove pressure is mounting on Commanders owner Dan Snyder.\n2.\u00a0Anheuser-Busch InBev Pulls Out of Sponsorship\nThe first domino came in the form of\u00a0Anheuser-Busch InBev, a global beer company, pulling out of its sponsorship on Saturday. The company\u2019s contract with Washington was worth a reported $4 million annually and was among the franchise\u2019s four most recognizable sponsorships. Only FedEx, Pepsi and Bank of America were worth more or equal to\u00a0Anheuser-Busch InBev.\nThis is a huge deal, as\u00a0Anheuser-Busch InBev owns Bud Light, which is featured prominently throughout FedEx Field. Does the Bud Light Party Pavilion ring a bell? The team has also hosted what it called a \u201cBud Light PreGame Party\u201d before games and offered Bud Light promos for preferred pricing.\nAdditionally, Anheuser-Busch InBev is the NFL\u2019s biggest spender in the beer division, which, as we know, is highly competitive.\nThe silver lining is\u00a0Anheuser-Busch InBev isn\u2019t punishing Washington\u2019s players for what was clearly a Snyder-motivated move. Per Richmond.com, Bud Light will continue sponsoring backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke, who inked an endorsement deal with the brand after his \u201cHeineken\u201d campaign fell through.\nThere was very clearly a motive behind this decision. According to JP Finaly of NBC Sports Washington, league sources said it \u201cwas highly unusual that InBev would drop from an exclusive deal to no deal rather than simply lowering its financial commitment and moving to a non-exclusive contract.\u201d\nLike we said, it\u2019s a big deal and a clear signal that the walls surrounding Snyder are getting increasingly smaller as the months go by.\n\n \n Next:\u00a0What's more important than beer?\n \n"},"title":"2 recent moves that prove pressure is mounting on Commanders' Dan Snyder","permalink":"https:\/\/riggosrag.com\/2022\/03\/24\/2-recent-moves-prove-pressure-mounting-commanders-dan-snyder\/2\/","shortCodeTitle":null,"content":"\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t(Photo by Will Newton\/Getty Images)\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\n\t\t\n2. What Happened to the Radio?\nIf you thought Washington\u2019s premier beer sponsor severing ties with the franchise was a big deal, what if we told you the team\u2019s flagship radio station, 980AM, announced the end of its long-standing partnership?\nThe station was formerly owned by Snyder and has since been bought by the media company Audacy, which released the following statement.\n\u201cThe organization and the company disagreed on the value of the broadcasts and the station believed it was also important to continue to be able to\u00a0provide honest, objective information, analysis, and commentary about the Commanders,\u201d the statement read, via the\u00a0Richmond Times-Dispatch.\nThat last bit of the statement \u2014 \u201cprovide honest, objective information, analysis and commentary . . .\u201d \u2014 makes it seem like Snyder was abusing his power to dictate what radio hosts said about the team, or control the narrative.\nOn Tuesday, 980 morning host Kevin Sheehan made an announcement on behalf of the station. Like Audacy\u2019s statement, Sheehan cited a yearning for the station\u2019s radio shows to provide objective analysis about the team.\nThe team and our company disagreed on the value of the broadcast. It\u2019s also very important for us as a sports talk station, even as a long-time flagship station for the team, it was important for us to continue to be able to provide honest, objective information and analysis about the team on our talk shows.\nWhat does this mean for game simulcasts carried on ESPN 630 AM and WMAL 105.9 FM, both of which are owned by Cumulus Media? That remains to be seen, but the Commanders, thanks to Snyder\u2019s slew of off-field distractions, now need to negotiate a new deal for a flagship broadcast company.\nThat is, if anyone is willing to take them on.\n\n \n \n Next:\u00a0Are Dan Snyder's days as Commanders owner numbered?\n \n \n"],"useSlideSources":true,"themeType":"classic","prevPost":"https:\/\/riggosrag.com\/2022\/03\/23\/ron-rivera-connections-commanders-bolster-pass-rush-obada\/","nextPost":"https:\/\/riggosrag.com\/2022\/03\/24\/latest-bobby-wagner-update-take-commanders-running-star-lb\/","prevText":"Prev","nextText":"Next","buttonWidth":0,"buttonWidth_post":0,"postUrl":"https:\/\/riggosrag.com\/2022\/03\/24\/2-recent-moves-prove-pressure-mounting-commanders-dan-snyder\/","postId":133922,"refreshAds":true,"refreshAdsEveryNSlides":1,"adRefreshingMechanism":"javascript","siteUrl":"https:\/\/riggosrag.com","prevText_post":"Prev post","nextText_post":"Next post"};(function ($) $(document).ready(function () try tpsInstance = new tps.createSlideshow(tpsOptions); catch(e) );(jQuery)); (function () // create the elements and set all attributes:var conversationScript = document.createElement('script');conversationScript.setAttribute('async', 'true');conversationScript.setAttribute('src', ' _ORgtgqMM');conversationScript.setAttribute('data-spotim-module', 'spotim-launcher');conversationScript.setAttribute('data-post-url', ' -recent-moves-prove-pressure-mounting-commanders-dan-snyder/');conversationScript.setAttribute('data-post-id', '68894be85ecf8901a2c2f23cab32c44c');conversationScript.setAttribute('data-spotim-multi-instance', true);conversationScript.setAttribute('data-article-tags', 'Dan Snyder, Washington Commanders');conversationScript.setAttribute('data-disqus-url', ' -recent-moves-prove-pressure-mounting-commanders-dan-snyder/#!');conversationScript.setAttribute('data-disqus-identifier', '133922 =133922');// append the elements to the container:var container = document.querySelector('#comments-wrapper-133922');container.appendChild(conversationScript);)(); Top StoriesRiggo's Rag 1 yearCommanders' 2022 secondary rotation taking shape after latest signing

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Last season, he found himself thrust into the spotlight when he started a playoff game in place of an injured Alex Smith against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Heinicke had been a student taking classes at Old Dominion just a month prior.


This is a fun marketing campaign, and I respect the Browns for having a sense of humor about their plight. It's a thin line between likable self-awareness and making light of the cosmic fail that is 0-16, and I think the Browns are on the right side of things. While we're here, I'm just going to stan for ice cold Bud Light, which I'll take every time over your Fancy Boy IPA. Fight me.


Here's the thing about Terrelle Pryor's flinch: You would do the same exact thing! And if you disagree, you're lying to yourself. When someone suddenly twitches into an aggressive posture -- when someone is literally winding up for a punch -- you're going to flinch. So all the talking-head hulks and Twitter titans need to simmer down. I'm more curious why everyone on the Redskins apparently hates Terrelle Pryor. And why does the overriding take on Pryor seem to be, "God, I wish I could punch that guy"? This is one of those super-annoying mysteries where you know a substantial number of people know the truth, but you don't know those people. 041b061a72


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