94WIP Afternoon host Anthony Gargano took over the stations Twitter account for Chip Kelly’s debut as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Monday night against Washington.
Chip Kelly is known best for his skills as an offensive coach, so that’s what he’s going to focus on during gameday.
The 94WIP Morning Show named their Winners and Weasels for the week of September 6th, 2013.
The questions about Michael Vick going into the 2013 season sound similar to the questions about Vick going into the 2012 season. Can Michael Vick stay healthy? Can Michael Vick find a way to prevent turnovers? Both answers have a lot to do with a third question: how much will Michael Vick run the ball in Chip Kelly’s offense?
On Wednesday, Michael Barkann and Ike Reese dedicated their show on 94WIP to predicting the entire 2013 NFL season. T
Charles Barkley cemented his place as one of the best interviews in sports radio on Tuesday morning.
Despite his struggles the last two seasons, Phillies fans vote they want Roy Halladay back.
Even though he’s probably not going anywhere, fans vote they’ve seen enough of Jimmy Rollins.
Angelo Cataldi is on vacation from the WIP Morning Show this week, but still made sure to weigh in with his opinion about former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel.
Nick Foles or Michael Vick? It’s the question we have been asking for months now. Well, last night, we may have finally gotten our answer.
Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis knows he has a big job on his hands. He knows where he wants to be, and he knows the defense is just not there yet.
The WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of August 9th, 2013.
The WIP Morning Show asked on the Audio Roadshow question this morning, “Who should the Sixers name as their next head coach?”
Phillies fans say that regardless of the team’s failures, Charlie Manuel should not be fired.
It was the summer of 1996, and the rumors about Eric Lindros and accused mob boss Joey Merlino were flying. Instead of relying on rumors and hearsay, Howard Eskin decided to go right to the source.