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Of Flags And Fields

Of Flags And Fields

There were one million stitches in the most famous incarnation of the American flag, the one that flew over Fort McHenry and inspired the Star Spangled Banner. My stomach was tangled in twice as many stitches as I stood in ...

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My 10 BOLD PREDICTIONS FOR 2018 (and Playoff Picks)

My 10 BOLD PREDICTIONS FOR 2018 (and Playoff Picks)

  Jimmy G is biggest fraud in NFL history. Look, I understand the hype starting with his chiseled jawline and GQ profile. Jimmy Garoppolo looks like Superman, or at least like Christopher Reeve from the movies. In sports, there is ...

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Eagles Fans Represent Philly, B-Dawk in Canton

Eagles Fans Represent Philly, B-Dawk in Canton

By Mike Greger The road to Canton now has a big green stripe down the middle lane. Thousands of Eagles fans invaded the Pro Football Hall of Fame this past weekend to pay homage to legendary safety Brian Dawkins. Walking ...

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My Tribute to B-Dawk, Hall of Famer

My Tribute to B-Dawk, Hall of Famer

By Mike Greger Watching Brian Dawkins play football was an honor and a privilege – and those were the exact words I chose to utter to the greatest safety in Eagles franchise history at his retirement ceremony at the NovaCare ...

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Sorry, Donald: Eagles, NFL Still Hold the Trump Card

Sorry, Donald: Eagles, NFL Still Hold the Trump Card

I said it from the beginning, as soon as the last “we don’t care” left Jason Kelce’s lips: The Philadelphia Eagles should have never expressed one yard of interest in going to Washington, DC. They could have gotten a nice ...

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With Jake Arrieta, Phillies Season Could Be “Wild”

With Jake Arrieta, Phillies Season Could Be “Wild”

By Joe Darrah *This article was amended after the signing of Scott Kingery.  And just like that, the “rebuild” is over for the Philadelphia Phillies. Yes, the recent signing of starting pitcher and 2015 National League Cy Young Award winner Jacob ...

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If Birds Win Bowl, They’d Do So For All

If Birds Win Bowl, They’d Do So For All

By Mike Greger It was eight hours before kickoff to the NFC championship game, and I was sitting in hallowed ground at St. Patrick’s Cemetery in Norristown, PA, holding a tacky, souvenir Philadelphia Eagles flag in my hand – and ...

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I Hate The Patriots More Than (Gasp) Dallas

I Hate The Patriots More Than (Gasp) Dallas

By Joe Darrah The word “hate” gets thrown around haphazardly in today’s sports conversations/debates more than any other. Disagree with someone, and might call you a “hater.” I’m not a “hater” because I don’t think Lebron James is the single ...

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