THN Introduces The B. Lloyd Show

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The staff at THN works tirelessly to try to bring team coverage from the fan perspective. No hidden agendas, no editors to please, just the news and features that you want from guys that bleed burgundy and gold.

In the latest bid to continue to up the ante in Redskins coverage by the fans, for the fans, THN has begun a weekly podcast called ‘The B. Lloyd Show.’ THN would like to take an opportunity to thank Brandon for his time and willingness to interact directly with the fans at THN.

While the appreciation the fans feel toward B. Lloyd is great, Lloyd himself returns the sentiment: “I love how much I’ve been embraced by this community — Skins fans are the most devoted in the league. And with all the time fans spend supporting us, I welcome any opportunity to speak directly to them — especially through something as innovative as a podcast. This is new territory and I’m looking forward to it!”

The athletic wide out is very accommodating to his fans, and this endeavor is just the latest move in B. Lloyd’s quest to interact with the members of the Redskin community. Even at the scrimmage against the Ravens on “Fan Appreciation Day,” Lloyd was the last Redskin off the field, as he took time to sign as many autographs for as many fans as possible. Brandon also sits in with fellow THN favorite Bram Weinstein every Monday night at the Redskins store in Tyson’s Corner Center to bring you the Monday Night Replay on Triple X ESPN Radio.

While THN will look to use ‘The B. Lloyd Show’ as a way to expand the news and information our members have access to, it is also a way to introduce the fans to Lloyd, get to know more about him as a person, and learn about his music.

To learn more about Brandon Lloyd on your own, be sure to visit his official site, his MySpace page, and the MySpace page dedicated to his music.

Next week we will start taking questions for Brandon from the Redskin fans, to use on the podcasts. Stay tuned.

-Scott Hurrey

Edit: This blog was archived in May of 2016 from our original articles database.It was originally posted by Scott Hurrey

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