Of the big four professional sports teams in Philadelphia, the Sixers have had the least playoff success in the last decade. The team has taken steps to try and rebuild a winner over the last few months, but the on-court product in recent years has left a lot to be desired.
The Eagles have not won a Super Bowl during Jeff Lurie’s tenure as owner of the team, but that hasn’t stopped the team from being one of the most valuable in football.
Philadelphia not on the list of the top ten most miserable sports cities.
The Phillies and Eagles are two of the 50 most valuable sports franchises in the world, according to Forbes magazine.
It would seem as though the Phillies, as a team, are unlikely to bring home a title this year. Chase Utley, individually, was just awarded one that he’d probably rather not have received.
Forbes list has Eagles coach Chip Kelly the 9th highest paid coach in American sports, but he still trails Andy Reid.
Despite lack of success on the field, Tim Tebow remains the most influential athlete in America.
Phillies fans are the second most loyal in MLB, according to a study.
A Forbes report says the Phillies are worth $893 million, good for 5th best in baseball.
Are we, as Philadelphians, getting happier? According to a new list, the answer is yes.
Planning to sell your home? You may want to wait until 2016 before listing it.
The Sixers are the 20th most valuable franchise in the NBA according to Forbes magazine.
In a study to find the least popular NFL players, Jay Cutler was less popular than Michael Vick.
Head to Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties neighborhood, and you’re sure to see them. The skinny jeans-wearing, PBR-swilling, facial hair-and-tattoo-loving segment of the population referred to as “hipsters.”
Forbes most overpaid football players list doesn’t have any Eagles players.