1. Eagles Owner Jeff Lurie Needs to Clean House and Fire Coach Reid and GM Roseman

    Winning teams in the NFL have two essential ingredients: a coach that can lead and a GM with tried and true football knowledge. Right now the Eagles have neither...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about almost 2 years ago 3,513 reads 46 comments

  2. Sarah Burke's Legacy—Risk-Taking in Sports Is Not Just for Men

    Women athletes compete in several extreme sports but until now nobody seemed to notice. Why does it take a catastrophic occurrence for women to get national attention for ...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about over 2 years ago 913 reads 0 comments

  3. Eagles' Head Coach Andy Reid Is Under Attack by Fans & Media but History Matters

    It was predictable that a series of bad decisions and an already abysmal Eagles season have brought fans to the conclusion that Reid Must Go...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about almost 3 years ago 771 reads 5 comments

  4. Basketball Players Outmatched by NBA Owners Who Deliver Hunter an Ultimatum

    The 2011 National Football League (NFL) lockout lasted four-and-a-half months and gave the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) a golden opportunity to observe a winning strategy at the bargaining table...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about almost 3 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  5. Oakland Raiders: Sports Writers Fail to Recognize NFL Leaders Like Amy Trask

    As the only female who was GM of an NFL team, the Philadelphia Eagles , I was on the receiving end of the bias the sports media shows when a woman has the power to influence important football decisions...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about 3 years ago 429 reads 20 comments

  6. San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders Violence: Send Them to Court

    Having personally spent many years watching Philadelphia Eagles football at Veterans Stadium— which presented a formidable challenge for visiting teams and fans alike—it felt like déjà vu last Saturday night...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about 3 years ago 648 reads 7 comments

  7. 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductees Share One Common Belief

    At the 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, three incredibly talented and unique professional athletes spoke with one voice. That voice expressed enough thanks and gratitude to others to fill up all 32 NFL stadiums...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about 3 years ago 595 reads 3 comments

  8. NFL Lockout Ends: Why Negotiations Between Players and Owners Took So Long

    Four-and-a-half months seem like an eternity for all of us who are passionate football fans and watched the labor negotiations play out hour-by-hour and day-by-day—but was there ...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about 3 years ago 1,550 reads 8 comments

  9. NFL Lockout News: Retired Players Face Troubles of Their Own

    For retired NFL players, it's put-up or shut-up time. Andre Waters, a former Philadelphia Eagles player, committed suicide at age 44. Having known Andre, it shook me to the core...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about over 3 years ago 3,460 reads 13 comments

  10. NFL Lockout 2011: A New Era for Players and Owners

    Wow! That's my reaction to the new revenue proposal that is reportedly on the NFL bargaining table. As a former minority owner, GM and attorney for the Philadelphia Eagles during ...

    Susan T. Spencer Written by Susan T. Spencer about over 3 years ago 514 reads 5 comments