Coming Up
  • Wed., Jun. 29, 2016 5:00 AM - 7:00 AM EDT The Morning Blitz

    The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi is a fast-moving, high-energy show that covers everything you need to begin your day.  Redskins, Nationals, Wizards, Capitals, Terps, Hoyas, Orioles…Galdi covers them all in addition to hitting on the national sports stories that matter to you.  Galdi is a DMV-lifer, a huge proponent of analytics and a big fan of old-school hip-hop.  He also hosts The Official Redskins Postgame Show after every Redskins game and Chin Music with Al Galdi on Saturdays from 9am-10am.  Tweet him: @AlGaldi

  • Wed., Jun. 29, 2016 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT Cooley and Kevin

    Monday on Cooley & Kevin! Kevin is away on his Euro Vacation! Nick Ashooh of DMV Game Time is sitting in with Cooley! Guns & Roses from over the weekend, Cooley will tell us all about it! Nats Insider Mark Zuckerman joins the show discussing the Nats-Brewers series and moving on to the Mets. Plus, what did you miss with “Weekend DVR”!

  • Wed., Jun. 29, 2016 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT Andy Pollin Andy Pollin on ESPN 980
  • Wed., Jun. 29, 2016 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT Inside the Locker Room

    Join Doc Walker, B-Mitch and Scott Jackson weekday afternoons at their new, expanded time – 1pm-4pm on ESPN 980!

  • Wed., Jun. 29, 2016 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT The Sports Reporters

    Coming up today on the Sports Reporters:  Czaban and Andy are in.   Chris Knoche joins the guys in studio from 5-7pm.  Andy is back from his one week stay at home vacation.    Billy Hurley III wins the Quicken Loans National.   Wizards out of the Kevin Durant chase.   Bad weekends for quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and Johnny Manziel.

  • Wed., Jun. 29, 2016 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT DMV Gametime

    Tim Murray (@1TimMurray) and Nick Ashooh (@NickAshooh) will stay connected to local listeners as the night’s action gets underway on “DMV Game Time”, Monday thru Friday 7pm-10pm on ESPN 980!

  • Thu., Jun. 30, 2016 5:00 AM - 7:00 AM EDT The Morning Blitz

    The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi is a fast-moving, high-energy show that covers everything you need to begin your day.  Redskins, Nationals, Wizards, Capitals, Terps, Hoyas, Orioles…Galdi covers them all in addition to hitting on the national sports stories that matter to you.  Galdi is a DMV-lifer, a huge proponent of analytics and a big fan of old-school hip-hop.  He also hosts The Official Redskins Postgame Show after every Redskins game and Chin Music with Al Galdi on Saturdays from 9am-10am.  Tweet him: @AlGaldi

  • Thu., Jun. 30, 2016 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT Cooley and Kevin

    Monday on Cooley & Kevin! Kevin is away on his Euro Vacation! Nick Ashooh of DMV Game Time is sitting in with Cooley! Guns & Roses from over the weekend, Cooley will tell us all about it! Nats Insider Mark Zuckerman joins the show discussing the Nats-Brewers series and moving on to the Mets. Plus, what did you miss with “Weekend DVR”!

  • Thu., Jun. 30, 2016 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT Andy Pollin Andy Pollin on ESPN 980

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Scott Campbell
Director of College Scouting

Scott Campbell is entering his 29th NFL season and his 15th with the Washington Redskins in 2015. Campbell has had two different stints overseeing either the club’s college or pro scouting departments during his tenure with Washington, and assumed an expanded role directing both departments in the 2008 offseason.

Campbell leads a department that has overseen a draft effort that has produced a Pro Bowler with every first round pick since 2010 (Trent Williams, 2010; Ryan Kerrigan, 2011; Robert Griffin III, 2012). Since Campbell’s return to college scouting in 2006, every first round selection by the Redskins (with exception of 2015 rookie Brandon Scherff) has qualified for the Pro Bowl during their NFL careers (Griffin III, Kerrigan, Williams, Brian Orakpo and LaRon Landry).

Scott Campbell is entering his 29th NFL season and his 15th with the Washington Redskins in 2015. Campbell has had two different stints overseeing either the club’s college or pro scouting departments during his tenure with Washington, and assumed an expanded role directing both departments in the 2008 offseason.

Campbell leads a department that has overseen a draft effort that has produced a Pro Bowler with every first round pick since 2010 (Trent Williams, 2010; Ryan Kerrigan, 2011; Robert Griffin III, 2012). Since Campbell’s return to college scouting in 2006, every first round selection by the Redskins (with exception of 2015 rookie Brandon Scherff) has qualified for the Pro Bowl during their NFL careers (Griffin III, Kerrigan, Williams, Brian Orakpo and LaRon Landry).

Campbell played an integral role in Washington evaluating and eventually selecting running back Alfred Morris in the sixth round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Morris would go from being viewed a marginal prospect — considered by many observers to be better suited at fullback — to consequently shattering the Redskins’ single-season rushing record with 1,613 yards in his rookie season. Morris rushed for 2,888 yards across the 2012- 13 seasons, the ninth-most rushing yardage of any running back in his first two NFL seasons. With another 1,000-yard campaign in 2014, Morris joined John Riggins, Clinton Portis and Stephen Davis as the only backs in franchise history to post three 1,000-yard rushing seasons.

Campbell originally joined the Redskins in 2001 as Director of College Scouting, overseeing the area scouts and assisting with the Redskins’ draft operations before heading up the scouting of pro personnel for the next four seasons. He returned in 2006 to take charge of the college scouting department, where he spent two seasons before being promoted to Director of Player Personnel. In 2015, he transitioned to Director of College Scouting, where he now leads the team’s area scouts in identifying talent at the collegiate level.

Previously, Campbell spent the 2000 season in Chicago as the Bears’ director of pro personnel, after three seasons in Kansas City, serving as the southeast area scout (1997-99).

Campbell began his NFL career with the Atlanta Falcons in 1987, serving as an assistant to his father, Head Coach Marion Campbell - who also served as the defensive coordinator for the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles in 1980. Campbell spent three years as the administrative assistant to the coaching staff, helping coordinate training camp, scouting, quality control and additional football logistics. In 1990, he moved over to Atlanta’s personnel department full-time for a seven-season run as an area scout.

Campbell earned his bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Georgia in 1984, where he played on the offensive line for three SEC Championship squads, including the 1980 National Championship team. He went on to earn a master’s degree in education from Auburn University in 1986, while working with the Tigers’ coaching staff as a graduate assistant from 1985-86. Campbell and his wife, Cindy, have two daughters, Courtney and Caroline.