Ike Reese has spent the past five years hosting middays on WIP. Prior to that, he was the evening host.
Reese was a standout linebacker at Michigan State. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round of the 1998 NFL draft.
He played in 128 consecutive regular season games, holds the Eagles’ team record for the most tackles and was voted Special Teams MVP.
During his illustrious nine year career in the NFL, Reese earned the respect and admiration of players and coaches through the league for his work ethic and positive influence in the locker room. He now brings his knowledge and insight to SportsRadio 94WIP.
If Christian McCaffrey isn’t there at 14 overall, Reese’s second guy is Dalvin Cook.
94WIP’s Ike Reese says the Eagles should stick with Nick Foles.