Brett Favre to backup Michael Vick? According to the official Twitter page of Sportsradio 610 WIP’s Howard Eskin, sources told him that the Philadelphia Eagles are apparently interested in bringing Favre to the City of Brotherly Love.
Chris returns from his vacation with the latest on the debt ceiling negotiations and Amy Winehouse’s death over the weekend. He talks to Comcast Sportsnet’s Ray Didinger about the NFL Lockout and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about playing through the heat.
A Philadelphia doctor is taking some extra steps to make sure patients getting painkillers from him don’t become addicted.
By Steve Trevelise: So if we’re to believe the Shanahan’s, Donovan McNabb’s “cardiovascular endurance” was too weak to allow him to compute the terminology of the two minute drill and he was warned he could be benched because of this.
Go away! GO VERY FAR AWAY! I hate you. Go to mile marker 1 in Key West, and get in a row boat and keep going.
By Steve Trevelise: This Brett Favre situation puts the NFL in a really bad position in a number of ways.
Twenty years ago, we could use our four major professional sports and college sports to fill our local papers, our local TV news, ESPN, and a sports radio station or two. Today, there’s much more space to fill. Countless sports websites, full of countless blogs and podcasts. ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN 3 and ESPN News. Twitter, Facebook, and more sports radio than you can shake your proverbial stick at.
Brett Favre is retiring, or so he says. Citing problems recovering from his ankle surgery, Favre will finally call it quits. At least, that’s what he says today.