1. Eagles Training Camp: Dominating Defensive Line Poised For Big Season

    The defensive line dominated the live periods of Friday morning's practice. The line kept constant pressure on the quarterback, sacking the man under center numerous times...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 106 reads 0 comments

  2. Chris Clemons Hospitalized during Philadelphia Eagles Training

    What began as a fairly uneventful day at training camp ended with ambulance sirens blaring. Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Clemons was rushed to the hospital after suffering from dehydration...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 403 reads 4 comments

  3. Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp: Westbrook and Team Don't Agree On New Deal

    Training camp was a busy place today featuring numerous one-handed, diving catches, several scuffles between players, and one jaw-dropping touchdown run by a running back not in a contract dispute...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 508 reads 0 comments

  4. Phillies: Philadelphia Pulls Off Season Changing Win

    One of the best, old baseball adages is you see something new every day. Sometimes that new thing can end a season, have no impact on the standings, or in this case potentially turn a floundering team around...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 120 reads 0 comments

  5. Seattle Mariners Make Best Decision Ever: Banning Peanuts

    I recently read that the Seattle Mariners for two games during the remainder of the 2008 season will ban the selling of peanuts in two upper-deck sections to accommodate the growing number of ...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 803 reads 7 comments

  6. Eagles Training Camp: Brian Westbrook's Impact and Red Zone Troubles

    Today's morning practice moved indoors, much to the chagrin of the hundreds of fans who came to camp today to see an offense which coach Marty Mornhinweg says has some talent. "We're healthy and certainly it looks like we have some skill and ability...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 417 reads 0 comments

  7. Eagles Training Camp: Kevin Kolb Enters As Second String QB

    The heavily debated pick of Kevin Kolb in the second round of the 2007 draft might be paying off. Head Coach Andy Reid says Kolb has progressed very nicely. "I think he's well ahead of last year...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 173 reads 1 comments

  8. Eagles Training Camp: McNabb Thinks Brian Westbrook will Attend Camp

    Second year tight end Brent Celek opened Eagles Training Camp as the first 'Bird on the field, but the action out on the turf that followed wasn't the talk of the day...

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  9. Cole Hamels: Victim of First-Degree Lack of Run Support

    How does a pitcher who's thrown at least seven innings in all but three of his 21 starts have just nine wins? How does a pitcher who, with a WHIP of just 1...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 1,766 reads 3 comments

  10. Joe Blanton to the Phillies: Philadelphia Gives Up too Much

    Billy Beane has done it again. He managed to trade away Rich Harden and get good prospects in return, something expected when giving up a top of the line starter...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 428 reads 14 comments

  11. Syracuse: Why College Basketball Is Changing—and Why the Orange Will Benefit

    *I used to run a website called CuseAdelphia which focused on Syracuse and Philadelphia sports. I thought I would import some of the stories I wrote a long time ago onto Bleacher Report that weren't really time sensitive...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 973 reads 6 comments

  12. 76ers Abandon Attempt to Acquire Kyle Korver and His Three Brothers

    * I used to run a website called CuseAdelphia which focused on Syracuse and Philadelphia sports. I thought I would import some of the stories I wrote a long time ago onto Bleacher Report that weren't really time sensitive...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 1,675 reads 3 comments

  13. MLB Midseason: If You Would Have Told Me...

    ...that the Marlins would be knocking on the door of first place, I would say, "how is that possible with about one and a half pitchers?" .....

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 508 reads 2 comments

  14. Bethlehem Sports Rock: Part One

    I'm talking Bethlehem, Pennsylvania not the biblical Bethlehem. Actually I'm talking the entire Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania that encompasses Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown (ya know the city Billy Joel sang about), and much more...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 252 reads 1 comments

  15. Pittsburgh Pirates: What Happened to All the Good Young Pitchers?

    It's October 3, 2004. Oliver Perez just threw six shut-out innings in a 2-0 win over the Reds. In the process, he won his 12th game of the year and lowered his earned run average to 2.98. It had been three-and-a-half months since his ERA was above 3...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 675 reads 2 comments

  16. The New Big Red Machine; And No, It's Not The Reds Offense

    I've always gotten the impression during the last half a decade, the Phillies offense has not nearly gotten the respect its deserved. Now I may be right on this or dead wrong, because my views are a little skewed since I've grown up watching the Phillies.

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 225 reads 0 comments

  17. Remember When Kent Bottenfield and Jose Jimenez Were Great?

    I was planning at some point to write an article on seasons that were statistical anomalies for pitchers, but I got such a good response on my hitter's article I figured I'd write the pitcher's article tonight...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 557 reads 2 comments

  18. Big East Football Round-Table

    I'm going to make this short and sweet. I was just given the positions of Big East Football Community Leader and Syracuse Football Community Leader...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 319 reads 2 comments

  19. Remember When Shea Hillenbrand and Rich Aurilia Were Great Hitters?

    Baseball statistics have always been something I loved. As soon as I figured out how to divide, I was figuring out batting averages in my head after every at-bat during the games of my beloved Phillies...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 1,850 reads 12 comments

  20. My Bleacher Report Review

    While I'm not going to sit here and act like ESPN's ombudsman Le Anne Schreiber (who by the way is doing a tremendous job at the Worldwide Leader), or in the least bit act like the ombudsman ...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 6 years ago 917 reads 28 comments

  21. Open-Mic: Is There a Problem in The Amateur Athlete System?

    The NCAA has been subject to numerous scandals throughout its history that range from murders (Balyor basketball player Carlton Dotson) to benefits scandals (Michigan's Fab Five) to a coach's ...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 6 years ago 513 reads 0 comments

  22. Debunking Movie Myths: The Jamaican Bobsled Team

    Any movie based on a true story usually has its "Hollywood" scenes added so the movie appeals to a mass audience. Many times the truth to the "true" story is stretched and many parts of the movie are fabricated...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 6 years ago 65,861 reads 4 comments

  23. NCAA Lacrosse Tournament First Round Wrap-Up

    Two upsets, numerous close games and one absolute blow out marked the first round of the 2008 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 6 years ago 1,177 reads 0 comments

  24. Big East Basketball Poised for Potentially Best Season Ever

    It's not an understatement to say in the 2008-2009 College Basketball season, the Big East Conference will put forth the greatest collection of teams in a single conference ever...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 6 years ago 2,452 reads 3 comments

  25. CuseAdelphia's Look Back at April

    April is always one of the best months in sports simply for what's going on. Baseball season is beginning, the NBA and NHL playoffs are just getting going, March Madness rolls over into April; ...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 6 years ago 611 reads 0 comments