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One of the Dallas Cowboys’ top players in their secondary, Orlando Scandrick, will reportedly miss the entire season.
Tony Wroten is ready to make people seeing the Sixers as a joke.
Former Eagles guard Evan Mathis has signed with the Broncos.
Mychal Kendricks could have waited for free agency. The Eagles Linebacker felt there was no reason to test the market.
Jerome Williams gets the ball for the Phillies, as they look rebound against the Mets.
The prediction machine played the 2015 NFL season 50,000 times before it’s actually played and has the Eagles winning a playoff game.
Matt Leon previews the Rowan University Profs, one of the most consistent programs in all of Division III football.
You can run with Kevin Hart on Saturday morning in Philadelphia.
Larry Andersen got annoyed with all the Mets fans at Citizens Bank Park last night.
Matt Leon previews the 2015 college football season for the Delaware Blue Hens.
Another sports book has lowered the Eagles’ Super Bowl odds, has them tied for the fifth shortest in the NFL.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh sticks up for Terrell Suggs.
Former Bethlehem Catholic and Penn State track and field star Joe Kovacs won the shot put in Beijing.
Andrew Gardner says this is the best he’s ever felt in his career, so far.
After 13 months and just nine games, Rais Mbolhi’s dreadful tenure at PPL Park is officially done.
Some of the most memorable moments of Cole Hamels’ tenure in Philly.
CBSPhilly’s Cindy Webster volunteer to help in making the new Eagles mural on Darien Street.
The 94WIP Morning Show broadcasts live from Coca-Cola Park, home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, on Tuesday, July 21st.
The United States women’s national team won the 2015 World Cup on Sunday night.
Photos from the Barkann Family Healing Hearts Foundation golf outing on Monday, June 29th 2015.