1. Philadelphia Eagles Stash Rookie DE Ricky Sapp on Injured Reserve

    Ricky Sapp, the Eagles' fifth-round pick out of Clemson, has been placed on Injured Reserve and will apparently need knee surgery...

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  2. Philadelphia Eagles Trade Charles Scott To Arizona For Rookie Cornerback

    It's not exactly a surprise to see Charles Scott on a different roster, but to see him get there via trade was certainly not expected.The big, bullish fullback/running back did not fit Andy Reid's system...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 3,138 reads 12 comments

  3. Philadelphia Eagles: Which Bubble Players Are In or Out?

    The first roster cut-downs came and went without any surprises, but the final cut-down is definitely going to feature a few surprise cuts...

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  4. Shane Victorino, Pitching Lead Philadelphia Phillies Past the Padres

    Charlie Manuel considered benching Shane Victorino before Saturday night's game against the San Diego Padres because of his recent struggles against right-handed batters...

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  5. NFL Preseason 2010: Quick Reactions From Eagles-Chiefs Game

    -- Kevin Kolb was the least impressive quarterback to hit the field Friday night, and that's including Tyler Palko...

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  6. Philadelphia Eagles: Playcalling Makes Red Zone Offense Inefficient

    Between the 20-yard lines, passing is fairly simple in the NFL. The rules have been tailored so the offense can move the ball through the air almost at will, and create more red zone ...

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  7. Philadelphia Phillies Must Play Their Game, Not Their Opponents'

    Plain and simple, the Phillies play to the level of their competition. If they're playing a good team, they're going to pick their game up and come up with the plays they need when they need them in order to win...

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  8. Frustrations Boil Over in Philadelphia Phillies' 16-Inning Loss

    With Cole Hamels on the mound, everyone knew the game would be a low-scoring affair...for both teams. It's seemingly just as hard for the Phillies' offense to score when Hamels pitches ...

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  9. Karma Catches Up To Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park

    After being the beneficiaries of a terrible call against the Marlins back on Aug. 4, the Phillies got to feel what it's like to be on the other end of a call Monday night.With a man on first, Michael Bourn bunted the ball up the first-base line...

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  10. Philadelphia Phillies Super Trio Makes Them the Favorites in October

    If the Phillies can continue their usual strong play in the latter portion of the season, they will most likely wind up in the playoffs...

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  11. Philadelphia Eagles: Quick Reactions From Preseason Game vs. Bengals

    -- Kevin Kolb did not look as good as his stats would suggest. He looked panicked, got happy feet, and missed some reads. But for more on that, click here.-- The playcalling in the red zone is atrocious...

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  12. Philadelphia Phillies' Offense Almost Ruins a Roy Halladay Gem

    The Phillies' offense continued to struggle Friday night as they were only able to muster one run off a Raul Ibanez double in the third inning. But, fortunately for them, it was Roy Halladay's turn to take the mound, so it didn't matter...

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  13. Philadelphia Eagles: Kevin Kolb Looks Panicked in Loss to Bengals

    The final stat line for Kevin Kolb (11-17, 126 yards) will make it appear as though he played well in one half of work against the Cincinnati Bengals in the Eagles' second preseason game...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 987 reads 3 comments

  14. Philadelphia Eagles: Five Players to Watch Friday Night vs. Bengals

    For all the talk about getting rid of some of the preseason and how much fans hate it, I enjoy the preseason almost as much as I enjoy regular season games...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 314 reads 2 comments

  15. Charlie Manuel To Blame for Philadelphia Phillies' Inconsistencies?

    No Phillies team for the past decade or so, and I truly mean no team, has been more frustrating to watch than this year's squad.They could very easily be the most talented group the Phillies have had since getting back to the playoffs back in 2007...

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  16. Chase Utley Returns, Philadelphia Phillies Roll San Francisco Giants

    Chase Utley returned to the lineup Tuesday night, but that's about all there is to report on that front. An 0-for-5 performance from Utley means he's probably fighting some discomfort ...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 1,205 reads 3 comments

  17. Ryan Howard and Chase Utley Could Be Back with Phillies by Tuesday

    It's probably a bit of a reach, but it's possible the Phillies are able to add Chase Utley and Ryan Howard to the lineup as early as Tuesday's game against the San Francisco Giants...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 1,190 reads 5 comments

  18. Philadelphia Eagles Could Wind Up Parting Ways with Charles Scott

    Anyone who tuned into the Eagles' preseason game against the Jaguars this past Saturday so they could see sixth-round rookie running back out of LSU Charles Scott run the ball had to turn the game off feeling a bit cheated...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 2,019 reads 1 comments

  19. Are the Philadelphia Eagles Better With Kevin Kolb Than Donovan McNabb?

    Will the Kevin Kolb era be more successful than the Donovan McNabb era? That's the talk. Apparently a lot of people are convinced that the Eagles will be a better team, starting in 2010, with Kevin Kolb than they were with Donovan McNabb...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about over 4 years ago 7,906 reads 87 comments

  20. Philadelphia Eagles: An Early Look at the Potential 53-Man Roster

    With about two weeks of Training Camp behind us, the 53-man roster is already beginning to take shape. It's easy to see the guys who are locks to make the squad, and it's easy to see the guys who are simply warm bodies at this point...

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  21. Carlos Ruiz Homer, Umpire's Bad Call Help Phillies Sweep the Marlins

    Roy Oswalt pitched a lot better in his second time around as a Phillie, going six innings and giving up two earned runs on his way to a no-decision. But that's not the story of the game that cinched a series sweep for the Phillies over the Marlins...

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  22. Could Domonic Brown Start for the Philadelphia Phillies Next Season?

    Once Shane Victorino hit the DL, everyone knew it would finally be time to call up the minor league phenom, Domonic Brown. But what no one knew is just how ready he actually was to make an impact in the majors...

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  23. Philadelphia Eagles: Random Odds and Ends Out of Training Camp

    -- DeSean Jackson is getting better and should be back on the field in a few days, according to head coach Andy Reid. Jackson suffered a back strain a few days ago and hasn't been on the field since, as the team is taking a cautious approach...

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  24. Ryan Howard To Visit Team Doctor, Could Hit the DL

    When it rains in Philadelphia these days, you can bet it's going to pour. With the Phillies' No. 3 hitter, Chase Utley, already on the DL for who knows how long, the Phillies' No...

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  25. Philadelphia Eagles: Akeem Jordan Should Be Improvement as SAM LB

    If we're tallying up everyone who was impressed enough with Moise Fokou's play at SAM last year to hand him the starting job in 2010, make sure to leave me out. For a rookie, he was impressive in that he did more than was expected...

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