The Eagles are thankful for meaningful games in December.
Rob Ellis reads his Ode To Cowboys Hate poem.
Not everyone is going home for the holidays. Some Eagles fans are winging their way to Dallas, for the Thanksgiving showdown with the Cowboys.
94.1 WIP in Philly and 105.3 The Fan in Dallas square off about the Eagles and Cowboys in a live simulcast on Tuesday afternoon.
The Dallas Cowboys decided to use an interesting hashtag for their trip to London.
Federal officials are going on the road with new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
Chris reviews President Obama’s statements on Ebola, the Kansas City Royals trip to the World Series, and Michelle Obama’s trip to Philadelphia to campaign for Tom Wolf. He also talked to Dr. Charles Bailey from George Mason University at 8:20.
President Barack Obama is cancelling political travel to meet with his Cabinet on the Ebola outbreak.
Health officials say a health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the Ebola patient hospitalized there has tested positive for Ebola in a preliminary test.
Officials with the Centers for Disease Control have confirmed that a person in Dallas definitely has the Ebola virus. Tuesday’s official determination makes the Dallas patient the first diagnosed Ebola case in the United States.
Cowboys linebacker, Sean Lee, suffered an injury on day one of the OTA’s that is reportedly season-ending.
Even though Dallas, Texas and Philadelphia are nearly 1,500-miles apart, 8 volunteers with the South Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Red Cross are on the front lines, helping out with the storm response down there.
Chris recounts the latest from the crisis in Ukraine, a FOX 29 reporter knocked down by a snow plow, and girl suing her parents for kicking her out of the house. He also talks to actor Patrick Duffy, Senator Pat Toomey and Amobi Akugo from the Philadelphia Union.
The last time the Eagles won 10 games was in 2010, which also marks the last time they won the NFC East title. The chances that the Eagles break the three-year drought of double-figure victories in a season and a division crown just became better with the news Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo could be out for the season with a back injury.
Fans chant “we want Dallas” at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday night.