Tom Maloney has been covering news and sports in the Delaware Valley for more than a quarter of a century — and for more than half that time at KYW Newsradio 1060.
Maloney is a lifelong Philadelphian and an accomplished athlete. He graduated from Father Judge High School in northeast Philadelphia, where he played basketball all four years.
He went on to McNeese State College in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he majored in physical education and minored in English and social science.
Maloney’s broadcasting career has included stints at area radio stations in Vineland, Norristown, Jenkintown, Levittown, and Philadelphia. He served as news achnor for WWDB-FM and WHAT-AM, and sports director for WPEN-AM.
More than just a broadcaster, Maloney has done extensive voiceover and modeling work — even teaching courses at the John Casablancas modeling schools. He has been an avid tennis player for many years.
Now, Tom lives in the far Northeast. “My best girl,” he says with a smile, “is an Irish setter named Amy.”
The Eagles have to win in Dallas on Saturday, of course, and then they have to beat the Redskins the following weekend at home.
The Philadelphia Eagles (4-8) got back on the practice field today, preparing for Sunday’s game in Miami against the Dolphins (also 4-8).
After a long flight back from Seattle, Eagles head coach Andy Reid had to review yet another Eagle loss as he met with the media on Friday, a day after his team lost to the Seahawks, 31-14.
Head coach Andy Reid shed some light on why DeSean Jackson was wearing a walking boot after the game.
The Eagles returned to the practice field on Wednesday, getting ready to host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
After a bye week and a day off on Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles were back on the practice field as they get ready to host Dallas on Sunday night.
After repeatedly blowing fourth-quarter leads, Reid says, it is time for his players to look in the mirror.
The Eagles returned to practice today as they get ready for Sunday’s playoff showdown with the Packers at the Linc.
The Eagles returned to practice today and the question of “will he or won’t he” remains unanswered.