Joseph Santoliquito

joe Joseph Santoliquito

Joseph Santoliquito is an award-winning sportswriter based in the Philadelphia area who has written feature stories for,,,, Deadspin and The Philadelphia Daily News. He is a two-time Emmy Award nominee most noted for his award-winning feature on high school wrestler A.J. Detwiler in February 2006, which appeared on SportsCenter. In 2015, he was elected president of the Boxing Writers Association of America.

Nelson Agholor

Eagles’ OTA Will Focus On Wide Receiver Corp

There was no great mystery what the Eagles lacked offensively last year—quality wideouts.


Matt Klentak

Matt Klentak: ‘Not Ready To Call It Regression’

The Phillies are 15-27 after 42 games.


Sidney Jones

Sidney Jones Can’t Wait To Go

The boot used to stabilize an Achilles tendon comes off of Sidney Jones’ left foot on Sunday, May 21, and the Eagles’ second-round draft choice can’t wait.


Donnel Pumphrey

Donnel Pumphrey: ‘I’ve Had To Prove Myself My Whole Life’

Pumphrey finished off an All-American season by leading the nation with 2,133 rushing yards and 17 TD’s.


Corey Clement

Corey Clement Just Wants A Chance

Clement is listed as 5-foot-11, 227 pounds.


Tevin Farmer Wins But Suffers A Setback In The Process

This wasn’t exactly the way Tevin Farmer envisioned Saturday night to go.


Sidney Jones

Eagles Take A Chance On Sidney Jones In Second Round

The Eagles, more specifically Joe Douglas, Vice President of player personnel, and Howie Roseman, the Eagles Executive Vice President of football operations, feel as if they got themselves a bargain in selecting Washington cornerback Sidney Jones with the Eagles’ pick in the second round and 43rd overall.


Derek Barnett

Derek Barnett Has All The Ingredients Fans Should Love

Barnett’s intention is to come in and start now.


Derek Barnett

Joe Douglas Compares Derek Barnett To Terrell Suggs

Barnett broke late Hall of Famer Reggie White’s career sack record at Tennessee with 33.


malcolm jenkins

Malcolm Jenkins Foundation To Host Draft Party At XFINITY Live Thursday Night

Tickets are $100. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the event runs until 10 p.m.


Wladimir Klitschko

Joshua-Klitschko Heavyweight Showdown Is Massive For Boxing

Joshua (18-0, 18 KOs) has stopped every opponent he has faced. Klitschko (64–4, 53 KOs) will be fighting for the first time in 16 months.


Gareon Conley

Gareon Conley Denies Rape Accusation

Conley stated he feels completely “powerless” when it comes to defending himself in the matter.


Tevin Farmer Is Primed For A Big Year Beginning Saturday Night At The Liacouras Center

Farmer, a world-class 130-pounder, is looking to start his 2017 with an impressive performance.


O.J. Howard

Santoliquito: Eagles Need To Draft Best Available Player

If Alabama tight end O.J. Howard somehow drops to 14, the Eagles would be foolish not to take a good look.


howie roseman

Howie Roseman: ‘That Year Off Was Best Thing For Me’

The Eagles haven’t won a playoff game since Roseman became the general manager in 2010.


Hall Of Famer Jerry Izenberg Talks Heavyweight Megafight This Saturday On Showtime

Jerry Izenberg is going to be 87 years young this September.


Pete Mackanin Still Believes in Aaron Nola

Still, Phillies’ manager Pete Mackanin believes in Aaron Nola, who will start in Game 2 of the Phillies’ home-opening series against the defending National League East Division champion Washington Nationals on Saturday.


Phillies Have A Model To Follow This Weekend

Since 2011, the last time the Phillies had a winning record, the last time the Phillies made the playoffs, and the last time the Phillies were postseason contenders, another team down South was building in the hopes of one day being the Phillies—the Washington Nationals.


Bryce Harper

Phils Fall In Home Opener To Nats’ Max Scherzer

The Phillies were faced with a number of obstacles in their home opener on an overcast Friday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park.


tony chapman

High School Coaching Icons Honored At Coaches Vs. Cancer Event

Holy Ghost’s Tony Chapman ranks No. 2 on the list in wins with 828 in 39 seasons.


Philadelphia Police Officer Manny Folly Remains Undefeated As Pro Fighter

His day job is filled with risk and challenges. His day job carries the omnipresent specter of life and death. It’s Manny Folly’s night gig as a professional fighter that receives the attention, yet it’s his day job as a Philadelphia police officer that merits the real accolades.


joe mixon

Santoliquito: Eagles Should Take A Look At Joe Mixon

Mixon, 20, is a 6-1, 227-pound running back.


jason sosa

Jason Sosa Hopes To Rock The Boxing World

On Saturday, April 8th at The Theater at MGM National Harbor in Maryland, Sosa will fight Vasyl Lomachenko.


colin kaepernick

Santoliquito: Colin Kaepernick Created His Own Mess

Since 2013, he’s been 11-24 as a starter.


conor mcgregor

Santoliquito: Conor McGregor Needs Boxing More Than Boxing Needs Him

Showtime Championship Boxing on CBS made it the No. 1 network in primetime on Saturday, March 4, according to Nielsen.


malcolm jenkins

Santoliquito: Keeping Malcolm Jenkins Was Smart

In 2016, Jenkins recorded personal-bests in INT’s (3) and pick six’s (2).


Sam Oropeza The Homespun Reluctant Warrio

It didn’t last long.



HEADstrong Foundation To Hold 7th Annual Lime Light Gala

Nicky Colleluori died on November 28th, 2006 at the age of 21.


james conner

Cancer Couldn’t Break Maxwell Club Spirit Award Winner James Conner

In his last college season, he rushed for 1,092 yards and scored 20 touchdowns.


Trace McSorley

Maxwell Club Names Penn State’s Trace McSorley As Tri-State Player of the Year

McSorley broke Penn State single-season records for passing yards (3,614), total yards (3,979), and touchdown passes (29).



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