Angelo Cataldi names Roy Halladay the winner, and Ilya Bryzgalov the weasel of the week.
Though Donovan McNabb has not played for the Eagles in years, he continues to be a topic of discussion. It’s ridiculous and hilarious, and thank goodness we’ve got it.
Fresh off a trip to Las Vegas for Floyd Mayweather’s last fight, Anthony Gargano hopes that boxing survives.
Andy Reid and his wife Tammy are having a rather large garage sale. On Saturday, the Reids will be selling off plenty of leftover Eagles memorabilia, along with some personal affects to benefit local charities. She tells Angelo Cataldi about the fans.
WIP’s Angelo Cataldi names Kyle Kendrick his winner of the week, and Ruben Amaro Jr. his weasel of the week.
Ruben Amaro says that he does not have a problem with the fact that Roy Halladay wasn’t clear with the team about shoulder pain.
The WIP Morning Show names Chip Kelly their winner of the week, and the Sixers their weasels. Find out why.
Former Phillies closer Mitch Williams thinks Rich Dubee is to blame for the Phillies poor pitching performance.
Ben Roethlisberger says that Matt Barkley reminds him of New Orleans QB Drew Brees.
Ruben Amaro says that despite his slow start, the team still believes in outfielder Domonic Brown.
According to a vote on NFL.COM, “The Catch,” is not the greatest play of all time. Neither is the “Immaculate Reception.” Nor is it the “Music City Miracle.”
Kevin Frandsen describes what it’s like to hit a game-winning, pinch hit double.
Mike Schmidt regrets the relationship he had with Phillies fans in his younger days.
For the first time ever, one person wins both winner and weasel on the 94WIP Morning Show.
Former NC State player Dereck Whittenburg still maintains his famous airball was a pass.