It seems unusual for an owner such as CBS, to offer a DJ in market #1 a position at a sister station in a significantly smaller one.
Or it may be that, strategically, the morning position in DC is more important than the evening shift in NY... and it likely pays many times better, too.
Moving from an evening or even mid-day or afternoon position in a larger market to mornings in a smaller market is not unusual historically.
I realize that it is not unusual for someone to leave a large market station for a smaller one, especially for a more high profile daypart, and higher pay.
But it does seem less common for a broadcast firm to make the offer for a personality at one of their major market stations to move to one of their others, in a smaller market.
It also seems odd that CBS offered Chunky the morning slot at WPGC, instead of the newly available morning time period at 92 Now. Along with tepid ratings and the recent departure of the PD, this gives me the impression that a format change is quite possible in the near future.