Chris discusses a New York Times story on the dysfunction at the Clinton Foundation, an escaped snake in Swarthmore, and Corey Booker’s standing among Democrats. He also talks to Bennett Levin, the former Commissioner of L&I, about his request for an apology from Mayor Michael Nutter.
Donovan McNabb says he offered his support and advice to Robert Griffin III. Griffin said “thanks but no thanks.” McNabb wasn’t too happy with that response.
Six-time Pro Bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb will officially retire a member of the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday.
It was a week of new beginnings and sad endings. Eagles training camp begins, and the Chip Kelly era is born, and the Phillies season, and perhaps this era, look like they’re ending.
On Wednesday, Philadelphia Magazine posted an interview with Donovan McNabb, who reflected on his career in Philadelphia and had some controversial things to say … for a change.
Angelo Cataldi reacts to Donovan McNabb’s claims that he was treated unfairly.
Donovan McNabb says that Matt Stafford is not worth his new contract.
Former Eagle Lito Sheppard says that Donovan McNabb threw up in the Super Bowl.
Darnell Nurse is an 18-year-old draft project who modeled his game after Flyer’s Defenseman Chris Pronger.
Never have we done more with less than this week. Not one Philadelphia sports team played a meaningful game, and we still had ridiculous story after ridiculous story
Former Philadelphia Eagle’s quarterback Donovan McNabb announced he will retire as an Eagle this fall.
Though Donovan McNabb has not played for the Eagles in years, he continues to be a topic of discussion. It’s ridiculous and hilarious, and thank goodness we’ve got it.
Chris continues investigating the political scandals involving the IRS, the Justice Department and the Benghazi terrorist attack. He also discusses Prince Harry and Chris Christie’s tour of the shore and Kermit Gosnell accepting a life sentence. He talks to Phillies Pitcher Kyle Kendrick, Congressman Jim Gerlach, former Senator Olympia Snowe, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Donovan McNabb will retire as a member of the Eagles, the former QB told a Syracuse radio station.
Donovan McNabb appeared on WFAN in New York and talked a lot about Philadelphia.