Christian Carto Is Grabbing The Interest Of Some Big-Time PromotersChristian Carto wears nerves well, because he was about to audition for a big-time New York-based promoter who could throw another boost into his budding career. If he was anxious about it, no one would have known.
Ron Darby Is Settling In As An EagleRon Darby, 23, is supposed to be the salve for what appears to be the Eagles’ Achilles Heel at cornerback. Whether he could be is anyone’s guess. He could be a “smart” acquisition, one of those reclamation projects that turns into gold, or he could turn into a flat tire, after playing well as a rookie before dropping off his second season.
Making The HOF Case For Darren SprolesCurrently, Sproles leads all active NFL players and ranks 8th all-time with 19,011 all-purpose yards
Jordan Matthews Is Tuning Out The Background NoiseJ-Matt made 73 catches for 804 yards and three touchdowns last season.
Call Him Markelle 'Philly' FultzThe quicksilver 6-foot-4 guard from the University of Washington, by way of fabled DeMatha Catholic High School in Washington, D.C., plays with a chip on his shoulder—almost as wide and heavy as Philadelphia’s sports fans carry. He carries a torch from the time he wasn’t named high school player of the year in his area, to the time he was cut at DeMatha his sophomore year, to why the Celtics passed up on him as the No. 1 pick.
Santoliquito: Time For Fletcher Cox To Show He’s A Great Player - Not Just A Good One Fletcher Cox is one of the better defensive tackles in the NFL, though not exactly the best.
Tevin Farmer Wins But Suffers A Setback In The ProcessThis wasn’t exactly the way Tevin Farmer envisioned Saturday night to go.
Eagles Take A Chance On Sidney Jones In Second RoundThe Eagles, more specifically Joe Douglas, Vice President of player personnel, and Howie Roseman, the Eagles Executive Vice President of football operations, feel as if they got themselves a bargain in selecting Washington cornerback Sidney Jones with the Eagles’ pick in the second round and 43rd overall.
Malcolm Jenkins Foundation To Host Draft Party At XFINITY Live Thursday NightTickets are $100. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the event runs until 10 p.m.
Tevin Farmer Is Primed For A Big Year Beginning Saturday Night At The Liacouras CenterFarmer, a world-class 130-pounder, is looking to start his 2017 with an impressive performance.
Thurman-Garcia Receives Top TV RatingsCBS was the No. 1 network in prime time on Saturday night, according to Nielsen overnight ratings, with the live broadcast of Showtime Championship Boxing.
Sixers Find Themselves Winners Amid A Murky TimeProcess believers have fallen off, and the veracity of its general manager, Bryan Colangelo, has been duly questioned over the last three weeks.