Players on the Philadelphia Eagles feel the same urgency to win as their coach.
Chris discusses the latest war of words in the campaign for President. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Beasley Reece about the Eagles pre-season win over the Eagles and Sixers blockbuster deal for Andrew Bynum, and to Political Analyst Mary Matalin.
A report says that Jeffrey Lurie and Christina Lurie have settled their divorce.
Today is the funeral for Garrett Reid, the oldest son of Eagles head coach Andy Reid.
Joe Banner talks about what it was like to be a lighting rod for Philadelphia Eagles fans.
Chris reviews the results of last night’s Iowa Caucus and talks to Political Strategist Jeff Roe and Human Events Contributor John Hayward about what to expect next. He analyzes Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie’s decision to bring back Head Coach Andy Reid, gun sales soaring at Christmas, and Ocean City being named the least angry city in America.
Eagles fans appear to have mixed feelings about Jeffrey Lurie’s decision to keep coach Andy Reid around for at least another year.
Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said Tuesday that Andy Reid will be back in 2012 to coach his team. Lurie made the announcement only days after his franchise finished a disappointing 8-8.
One day after the Eagles season officially ended, some fans at McGillins Olde Ale House offered advice for owner Jeffrey Lurie regarding the future of the team.
Chris discusses liberals in the media turning away from President Obama. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Mike Patterson and Hunter Pence and former Chairman of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, Jonathan Newman, about privatizing the state stores.
Fresh off a season in which they won 10 games, captured the NFC East title, and found a new franchise quarterback in Michael Vick, the Eagles were more than pleased with Monday’s news that football is back.
NFL owners have voted in favor of a tentative agreement to end the lockout, pending player approval.
Commentary By: Marc Farzetta Often we, as the “regular” people, look at millionaire athletes and wonder “What the hell were they thinking” when they are in a seemingly obvious situation and choose the wrong path. […]