If the Sixers are looking for their next general manager, Charles Barkley is interested in applying for the job.
Michael Vick talks about his memories of playing Madden Football.
Michael Vick Says He Will Be More Disciplined, But Asks ‘How Can I Play The Game Of Football And Not Get Hit As Much?’
By Spike Eskin PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Andy Reid said in March that it’s imperative that Michael Vick stay healthy this season. Vick doesn’t think that’s as easy as it sounds. “I mean how can I play […]
Former Eagles quarterback Jeff Garcia would love another chance to play with the team.
Fred Barnett played for the Philadelphia Eagles until 1995, and retired from the NFL in 1997, but 15 years later, he’s still feeling the effects of playing professional football.
Eagles 2nd Round Pick Mychal Kendricks On Teams Who Passed On Him: ‘I’m Going To Make Them Pay For It’
Mychal Kendricks thought he was going to be taken in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. He didn’t, but he wants to prove that was a big mistake.
Danny Briere talked about Sunday’s game one, and the Flyers playoff performance.
Andy Reid talks about the Eagles defensive-centric draft.
Former Phillies player Mike Sweeney thinks Bobby Valentine has already lost the Red Sox.
Sixers president Rod Thorn talked about the roles of his two young backcourt players, Evan Turner and Jrue Holiday.
Former major leaguer David Segui thinks human growth hormone could benefit Chase Utley.
The most well known knees in Philadelphia currently belong to second baseman Chase Utley. The most famous knees of all time in Philadelphia, probably belonged to the greatest third baseman of all time, Mike Schmidt.
Evan Mathis and Eagles general manager Howie Roseman agreed that it’d be a good idea for Mathis to test the market. In the end, they agreed it would be a good idea for Mathis to come back to the Eagles.
DeSean Jackson spoke for the first time since the Eagles announced his new five-year contract, and he made it clear he’s got lofty goals.
25 years after he signed a big free-agent contract with the Phillies, Lance Parrish apologizes for his poor play.