Chip Kelly talks about his second season as NFL coach during his Monday press conference.
St. Joe Prep’s John Reid is the 2014 high school football player of the year.
Eagles center Jason Kelce reflects on his team’s loss to the Cowboys.
Archbishop Wood’s Jake Cooper looking to become the first player in Catholic League history to win three state football championships.
Tom Johnson and his St. Joe Prep’s team is looking for their second-straight PIAA Class AAAA state title.
Jason Kelce says he hopes to play the Seattle Seahawks again.
During his weekly day-after presser, Chip Kelly talked about the Eagles’ 24-14 loss to the Seahawks.
It was during the last seven-on-seven drill of the summer and Clements wasn’t particularly sharp. That’s when Hawks’ coach Gabe Infante pulled Clements aside with a message.
Malcolm Jenkins will be holding a special event, The Blitz, Bow Ties & Bourbon fundraiser on Monday, Dec. 8 at the Union Trust in Philadelphia.
The Sixers are one loss away from tying the NBA record to start the season.
Chip Kelly addressed the Seahawks solid defense on Monday.
Malcolm Jenkins on the keys to stopping Seattle and the win over Dallas.
Mychal Kendricks talks about his maturity as a player and his preparation for Thursday’s game.
Eagles nose tackle Bennie Logan is not scared of the Cowboys’ offensive line.
Jason Kelce talks about the improving Eagles’ offensive line.