1. Unfinished Business.

    Last season after the death of their All-Pro safety Sean Taylor, the Washington Redskins won four of their last five games to make the playoffs. Even winning their final four regular season games without quarterback Jason Campbell who dislocated his knee.

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  2. Time for Andy Reid To Feel the Heat

    For 10 seasons, Andy Reid has been the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Through three-straight NFC Championship losses, a Super Bowl loss, and family issues that were made public, Reid has been able to weather the storm of his critics...

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  3. Ron Glover's Week 2 NFL Power Rankings

    1. New York Giants: I owe the Champs this one. No, they earned it. My decision last week to pick the ‘Skins was based on the fact that Plaxico Burress missed the preseason. Burress was the best player on the field last Thursday...

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  4. Philadelphia Eagles 2008: The Runningbacks

    Welcome back to the position-by-position breakdown of the 2008 Philadelphia Eagles. Today, we'll look at the Birds' running game heading into the 2008 season...

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  5. Swing And A Diss!

    In my old neighborhood, sandlot baseball in the summer was big. we found a parking lot painted out some bases and around 4:30-5:00 when all of the cars left it was on...

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  6. Philadelphia Eagles 2008: The Quarterbacks

    My football juices are flowing once again, which means NFL training camp is upon us. We’re a little more than 6 weeks away from Kickoff 2008, so I’m going to fast forward through ...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about almost 6 years ago 1,723 reads 1 comments

  7. Josh Childress Joins the Euroleague: The Future Of NBA Free Agency Is In Doubt.

    Within two weeks, the NCAA and the NBA have been told what they can do with their age restrictions and free agency dollars...

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  8. Baron Davis: How to Screw Your Career in Seven Days

    It took all of one week for Baron Davis to feel the Clipper Blues. When he returned to his native Los Angeles to sign with the Clippers for five years and $65 million, there was the ...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about 6 years ago 569 reads 1 comments

  9. Dr. Harry Edwards: Rebel With A Cause

    When Harry Edwards organized the Olympic Project for Human Rights in the fall of 1967—I don’t think he realized the long-term effect it would have on American sports and society...

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  10. Who Is The Greatest NBA Championship Team Ever?

    The latest version of the Boston Celtics is being considered as one of the all-time great title teams in NBA History. I don't feel that way but hey, I just write about this stuff...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about 6 years ago 585 reads 9 comments

  11. Note to Javon Walker: Heed the Warning Signs

    Whatever Higher Power has spared the life of Javon Walker twice since Jan. 1, 2007, hopefully got through to the Oakland Raiders wide receiver...

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  12. Kobe Bryant Is No Michael Jordan

    The comparisons stopped when the clock struck 0:00 last night and the Boston Celtics had clinched title No. 17. Anyone with a hint of basketball knowledge now knows what many of us have been saying for years...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about 6 years ago 800 reads 7 comments

  13. Greatest Sports Accomplishment: Doug Williams' Super Bowl Win

    The position of quarterback has been a microcosm of the black man's struggle in America—a door supposedly “open to all”—except for us of a darker hue who continuously knock, kick, and scream until an answer comes...

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  14. Open Mic: Greatest Disappointment - Eric Lindros

    If there ever was a "Next One" Eric Lindros was it. ESPN The Magazine said so, and the entire hockey world thought so...

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  15. The Promised Land Revisited

    May 31st was the 25th Anniversary of the Philadelphia 76ers sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1983 NBA Finals - it would also be the last major sports title won in Philadelphia...

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  16. A Memo to Donovan McNabb: Run, and Don't Look Back!

    Dear DMac 5, I know the thought has crossed your mind a lot lately—I just want you to know that it’s ok to think it, and it may even be liberating to say it...

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  17. Open Mic: Who Is The Black Athlete?

    Who is the Black Athlete, and why is he such a phenomenon in American society? From Jack Johnson to Terrell Owens, the black athlete has been a mystery. Unable to be deciphered by his white counterparts, he is often ridiculed...

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  18. RIP Sean Taylor: The University of Miami Mourns...Again

    In the last 17 years, the University of Miami football team has laid nine of its current or former players to rest.Early next week former Hurricane safety Sean Taylor will be the 10th...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about over 6 years ago 4,663 reads 8 comments

  19. In Memoriam: Sean Taylor, 1983-2007

    Grief and shock can leave us at a loss for words. Sometimes it's best to let someone else speak for you... "To An Athlete Dying Young," by A.E...

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  20. Memo to Donovan McNabb: Play...Even If It Hurts

    Lately, Donovan McNabb's career has been playing out like the movie Groundhog Day.For the fourth November in six seasons, McNabb is injured to the point where he may miss action...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about over 6 years ago 1,226 reads 4 comments

  21. Welcome to Philadelphia, Where Mediocrity Rules

    Looking back on the 24 years without a championship in Philadelphia, one saying comes to mind:“I’ve gotta laugh to keep from cryin’...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about almost 7 years ago 1,115 reads 7 comments

  22. Philly Mourning: Remembering Eddie Griffin and Pete Nelson

    It’s been a tough two weeks in Philadelphia.The climbing murder rate aside, the Philadelphia sports family suffered two significant loses...

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  23. Lance Briggs' Wild Ride

    When I hear that a person of note has done something bizarre, my first thought is always the same:"That money is driving him crazy." Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs makes a strong case for my theory...

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  24. Michael Vick Robbed Us All

    Charge Michael Vick with grand theft too.I watched Vick with heavy interest on January 4, 2000; it was the Virginia Tech Hokies against my FSU Seminoles in the Sugar Bowl...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about 7 years ago 758 reads 6 comments

  25. McNificent Return!: Donovan's Back for the Eagles

    Last week, I postponed a column that would have dissected the Eagles offense with quarterback Donovan McNabb returning from a season-ending knee injury. I’m glad I did...

    Ron Glover Written by Ron Glover about 7 years ago 614 reads 6 comments