Springbrook Grad Weinstein Named Radio Voice of Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team (WFT) named Bram Weinstein as their new radio play-by-play announcer on Tuesday. Weinstein, 47, grew up in Montgomery County graduating from Springbrook High School and the American University. He has worked at ESPN, ESPN radio and FOX5 over the last several years. In the late 1990’s he worked at Montgomery Community Media as the sports director/anchor on Channel 21.

Weinstein replaces Larry Michael who retired abruptly last month a day before The Washington Post published a story chronicling a series of sexual harassment cases within the Washington Football Team’s organization.

MyMCMedia talked with Weinstein about his new gig.

Weinstein will join Julie Donaldson, the teams SVP of Media and DeAngelo Hall, former WFT player, in the radio booth.

If you’d like to hear the entire conversation, you can listen to/watch the latest episode of MoCo’s Most Famous available on Thursday.

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Joe Yasharoff

About Joe Yasharoff

Joe Yasharoff is MCM's Director of Content and Operations. He is also an adjunct journalism professor at the University of Maryland. Previously, Joe was the Managing Editor at NBC Sports Washington and Executive Sports Producer at FOX5 (WTTG-TV). He hosts the MoCo's Most Famous podcast for MCM.


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