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Jim traces his family tree in Philadelphia back through mid-1800s. And if they had football back then, his ancestors probably would have booed them, too. Now in his third stint in Redskins country (must be a glutton for punishment), Jim clings to his Philly teams, and PHINALLY got to tell his kids the same thing he heard from his dad the night Tug McGraw sealed the deal: "Wake up, son. You may never see this again in your lifetime."
Thought you'd enjoy this....I was lucky enough to chat with Brandon for a few minutes last night about his signing:
you may dig this : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/314148-the-best-washington-redskins-not-in-canton
At some point, we need to see that the NFC isn't just a group of frauds. If you have time, please check out my column. Thanks!
As the World Series gets under way later tonight, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the "frienemies" that will develop between fans in this year's World Series.
Hope you enjoy!
You know what... do teams really need a great closer to win the World Series?
Yes. Unfortunately for my Phillies...
MLB playoffs start in less than a week.
Who will close games for the defending World Champions?
After an impressive offseason, many expected Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry to have a breakout season. It may be early, but he has struggled in the first three games of the 2009 season and the emergence of Andre Caldwell may have something to do with it.
I love The Sporting News. And I look forward to its top 100 players every year.
That doesn't mean I can't disagree though...
J.A. Happ for Rookie of the Year?
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