Chris reviews the Phillie’s third straight loss to the Pirates and the Eagles selection of Lane Johnson in the first round of the NFL Draft. He also discusses the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and the chances that Kermit Gosnell could be acquitted. He talks to Ray Didinger from CSN Philly, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and Lesley Van Arsdall from CBS 3.
Pugh, a stellar left offensive tackle at Syracuse, has the versatility to play any position on the offensive line for the Giants.
Chip Kelly says he wants to win now.
Syracuse’s Justin Pugh, a Council Rock graduate, wouldn’t mind dropping in the draft to go to the Eagles.
Former Malvern star QB Ryan Nassib could go as high as eigth in Thursday’s NFL Draft.
After months and months of endless speculation and mock drafts, the NFL Draft finally starts for real on Thursday night. KYW’s Matt Leon talks to Ray Didinger about what the Eagles will do with the fourth pick.
Temple football assistant coach Andre Odom was a big part of getting Sharrif Floyd on the right track to the NFL.
Local product Justin Pugh could be a first round pick in Thursday’s NFL Draft.
A mock draft done by a computer simulation says the Eagles should take OG Warmack in Thursday’s draft.
Now that talk around the controversy has subsided, it looks like Manti Te’o could still be a first round pick.
Considering Kelly’s unique approach, many are wondering how he’ll handle this week’s draft. The Eagles hold the No. 4 overall pick and have several holes to fill after a 4-12 season.
Mock drafts say the Eagles could go in any number of directions in next week’s draft.
Howie Roseman said the Eagles have a sense of urgency, but won’t force anything in the draft.
Yes, it’s come to that. In what looks to be a potential off-season of great change in Philadelphia, some (this writer) may already be eyeing a high draft pick in 2013 NFL Draft, but the Eagles needs a little help to move down a few rungs. The Eagles are in good position to possibly crack the top five of the draft, giving us all a little hope for next year, but here’s what needs to happen.
Andrew Luck already has a blueprint for his month away from the Colts.