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  • Eagles to see lots of elusiveness from quarterbacks at Scouting Combine

    Eagles to see lots of elusiveness from quarterbacks at Scouting Combine
    To an extent, players like Tom Brady and the Manning brothers, at least one of whom has played in nine of the last 14 Super Bowls, are dinosaurs in the NFL. The days of the pure pocket passer actually have been coming to an end for a while, and it's...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Two Apprentice players reach 1,000 career points in victory; CNU men, women win

    MEN: Two Apprentice School players reached the career 1,000-point mark as the host Builders (11-9) beat Mid-Atlantic Christian of Elizabeth City, N.C., 88-61 Wednesday. Johnnie Ferebee scored 26 and Jay Melendez 25, becoming the eighth and ninth...
  • Eagles must go for finest items available on shopping list

    Eagles must go for finest items available on shopping list
    With the removal of Howie Roseman as the point man for free-agent philosophy, it's very possible the Philadelphia Eagles will become a little more bold in their pursuit of veteran players this offseason. And if ever there was a time, this would be it....
  • New personnel plan better be a winner for Eagles

    New personnel plan better be a winner for Eagles
    For such an eventful offseason, the sounds of crickets chirping are the only ones we're hearing these days from 1 NovaCare Way, headquarters of a Philadelphia Eagles franchise that is undergoing a more radical transformation than Bruce Jenner. What is...
  • Ed Sabol, NFL Films founder, dies at 98

    Ed Sabol, the passionate Philadelphian whose obsession with home movies developed into a business that helped transform professional football into America's preeminent sport, died Monday at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was 98. The man everyone called...
  • Defensive line not highest priority for Eagles at Scouting Combine

    Defensive line not highest priority for Eagles at Scouting Combine
    No NFL coach or executive would ever admit to being uninterested in upgrades for any position group, no matter how deep. But the reality for the Philadelphia Eagles as they head to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis on Tuesday is that they almost...
  • Eagles need pass-rushing linebackers more than ever as they head to Scouting Combine

    Eagles need pass-rushing linebackers more than ever as they head to Scouting Combine
    Mychal Kendricks is an emerging star, Connor Barwin is an established one. DeMeco Ryans is established as well but is 30 years old and trying to come back from a torn Achilles tendon. And Trent Cole? He's an established star at defensive end who has...
  • Eagles seek versatile O-line additions at Scouting Combine

    Eagles seek versatile O-line additions at Scouting Combine
    Not only do big people beat up little people, as Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly likes to say, but versatile athletes defeat one-trick ponies almost every time. There's a reason why both of his starting tackles played tight end in college (with...
  • Uh-oh. Eagles calendar snafu features worst possible photo for Black History Month

    Uh-oh. Eagles calendar snafu features worst possible photo for Black History Month
    Hard to rip the powers that be for this. On the other hand, they set it up on a tee. Today, the Philadelphia Eagles made the wrong kind of news when TMZ decided to post the oddity of Riley Cooper being the featured photo for the month of February on the...
  • Tollefson says he cashed donations into his personal account as way to temporarily store charity's money

    Tollefson says he cashed donations into his personal account as way to temporarily store charity's money
    Wearing a hospital wrist bracelet, his hand bandaged where blood was drawn, former sportscaster Don Tollefson returned to the stand Friday, a day after his criminal trial was abruptly halted because his blood sugar had "spiked." Before the proceedings,...
  • Blue Ridge channel changes axe Steelers games in the Valley

    Blue Ridge Communications, which sells cable television in parts of the Lehigh Valley, has struck two Scranton area channels from its lineup and added a "broadcaster-demanded" channel. Gone are WBRE-28, an NBC affiliate, and CBS affiliate WYOU-22, the...