94WIP Afternoons host Rob Ellis has promised “one for the thumb,” in Thursday’s 7th annual Great Birds Debate. The odds are in his favor.
The art of the verbal jab came early, growing up on the streets of Upper Darby. That was stone-busting terrain, rife with cutters that can dig deep if you don’t watch your step.
On Thursday night hundreds packed into the Crystal Tea Room in downtown Philadelphia to witness the roast of former Philadelphia Eagle Terrell Owens.
Terrell Owens is back in town, and he’s reminiscing.
Joe Banner lasted twelve years as CEO of the Philadelphia Eagles. He lasted just 16 months with the Browns.
By Spike Eskin PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – I’ve always liked Donovan McNabb. I still like Donovan McNabb, though he has a tendency to make it more difficult than he once did. Often times I feel like […]
Though his time here was short, and ended poorly, Terrell Owens was probably the most popular athlete in the city at his peak. To this day, a good percentage of fans take Owens’ side in the TO vs. Donovan McNabb fiasco that was ultimately the cherry on top of the star wide receiver’s undoing with the Eagles.
SEC defensive player of the year and All-American former Missouri defensive end, Michael Sam, announced he is gay Sunday. Sam, 6’2″, 255 pounds, is a projected mid round selection in the upcoming NFL draft. If drafted, Sam would become the first openly homosexual NFL player.
There may be a little more noise at Lincoln Financial Field during Eagles games next season.
The 2013-14 Seahawks are one of the youngest teams to ever win a Super Bowl. That’s just one of the reasons that the oddsmakers say they’re likely to repeat.
The start and the end of Riley Cooper’s 2013 season couldn’t have gone any differently.
The Super Bowl is over, now it’s time to check your bets (if you live somewhere that this is legal, of course).
One of the most anticipated Super Bowls in recent memory ended up being a dud Sunday night, as the Seahawks ran away with the 43-8 victory over the Broncos.
The Eagles had a great season, but did not win it all. Their mascot however, is riding high.
He’s the Governor of New Jersey, he’s a Cowboys fan, and he’s predicting the Broncos will win it all on Sunday.