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Calling all D.C. sports fans

In September, The Post will introduce a new reader-driven blog for fans, by fans, focused solely on Washington sports. We're looking for the best, most diehard D.C. sports fans to weigh in on whatever's happening in the world of the Redskins, Capitals, Wizards, Nationals, D.C. United and the Terps. While we'll ask all bloggers to occasionally weigh in on all of Washington's teams, we're hopeful that bloggers will identify with a specific team and regularly chime in on their favorite squad.

We're not just looking for regular fans, we're looking for fans who live and breathe Washington sports, who are always scrambling for more information on how offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan adjusted his formations between his first and second season in Houston, who are scouring for comparisons to JaVale McGee at his point of NBA development and who get queasy every time they look up how many innings Jim Riggleman let Kerry Wood pitch in each of his rookie starts with the Cubs.

Although the blog will not launch until September, you can get started right away by filling out this form.

By Mitch Rubin  |  August 19, 2010; 4:55 PM ET
 
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