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Jamaica, Soccer, CONCACAF Gold Cup, Andre Blake
Union goalie Andre Blake injures hand in Jamaica's loss to U.S. in Gold Cup final
Union netminder Andre Blake exited early with a right hand injury as Jamaica suffered a 2-1 loss to the United States in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final.
Virginia Tech, NCAA, Michael Vick
Public outcry growing against Vick's planned induction into Virginia Tech HOF
Opposition is growing against the planned induction of former QB Michael Vick's induction into the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame.
Dawkins on CTE: 'Physicality is always going to be a part'
Brian Dawkins, Harold Carmichael and Mike Quick give their input on the recent CTE study revealing that 110 out of 111 former NFL players whose brains were studied had the degenerative disease.
With concussion history, Quick unsure if CTE’s affecting him
Mike Quick avoids giving a straightforward answer about whether he has experienced symptoms of CTE after playing nine years in the NFL.
Jim Schwartz, Tim Jernigan
Jim Schwartz believes Tim Jernigan could provide element Eagles were missing
Jim Schwartz believes Tim Jernigan could be a complementary pass rusher for Fletcher Cox, which was missing last season. By Reuben Frank
Recovered from injuries, Ron Brooks and Joe Walker make presence felt
Ron Brooks and Joe Walker have both fully recovered from significant injuries and hope to win back their places with the Eagles. By Dave Zangaro
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Odubel Herrera
Frustration mounts, in manager's office and clubhouse, over Herrera's antics
Odubel Herrera flipped his bat again and failed to hustle multiple times, which led to his being pulled during the Phils' 5-0 loss. By Jim Salisbury
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Joel Embiid
Joel Embiid among NBA players to participate in Basketball without Borders
Joel Embiid is giving back, joining several NBA players for the Basketball without Borders camp in Africa.
Eagles rookie WR Gibson needs to boost his confidence to boost his play
Shelton Gibson's NFL career is off to a shaky start, but the rookie thinks he just needs to boost his confidence and his play will follow. By Dave Zangaro 
Philadelphia Rebels
There's a new game — and Briere — in town: The Philadelphia Rebels
Philadelphia hockey fans can watch Carson Briere and the Rebels, who on Monday announced their move to the city. By John Boruk
San Antonio Spurs, NBA, Ryan Arcidiacono
Report: Former Villanova star Ryan Arcidiacono signs 2-way deal with Bulls
Ryan Arcidiacono will continue to push for his NBA dreams after signing a two-way contract with the Bulls, according to a report Monday.
With high expectations, Derek Barnett knows he still has plenty to learn
It's very early to say much about the rookie defensive end, but he was excited about the first day of his first training camp. By Joe Bloss
5 Minutes with Roob: Corey Clement wants to prove NFL wrong with Eagles
Corey Clement, an undrafted RB and Glassboro, New Jersey, native wants to prove the NFL wrong with the Eagles. By Reuben Frank
Doug Pederson
Eagles camp news, quotes and tidbits: In the market for veteran CB?
Doug Pederson on Monday made it sound like the Eagles are searching for veteran CB help. More in our news, quotes and tidbits from Day 1 of camp.
Cooper Marody, Brendan Warren
Cooper Marody and Brendan Warren, a 'Go Blue' bond united with Flyers
No longer just Michigan teammates, Cooper Marody and Brendan Warren are dreaming of an NHL future — together with the Flyers. By Jordan Hall
Jordan Hicks, Philadelphia Eagles, Eagles, Jordan Hicks Eagles, Jordan Hicks injury
Pederson: Jordan Hicks had hand 'procedure,' shouldn't miss any time
Eagles starting MLB Jordan Hicks needed a "minor procedure" to fix his injured hand, according to head coach Doug Pederson. By Dave Zangaro
Rashard Lewis, JJ Redick
Rashard Lewis praises Sixers' signing of former Magic teammate JJ Redick
Rashard Lewis, a former teammate of JJ Redick's, showered the new Sixer with praise. By Jessica Camerato
End to End: Discussing expectations for Scott Laughton in 2017-18
Our resident Flyers analysts discuss their 2017-18 expectations for Scott Laughton, who's no longer waiver exempt.
With trade deadline looming, Mackanin opens up about Phillies' prospects
With the July 31 trade deadline looming, Pete Mackanin on Saturday offered insight on some minor leaguers he'd like to see with the Phillies. By Gordie Jones
Matt Klentak, Phillies, MLB trade deadline
Klentak plays coy about Phils' interest in Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich
Phillies GM Matt Klentak chose his words carefully when asked about the Phillies' interest in acquiring any of the Marlins' OFs. By Gordie Jones
End to End: Breaking down the state of Claude Giroux
Should the Flyers be concerned about Claude Giroux or was 2016-17 an anomaly? Our resident hockey analysts break it down. 
Kyle Young, Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies prospect Kyle Young aims to become tallest MLB pitcher ever
At 7-foot, Phillies prospect Kyle Young is aiming to become the tallest pitcher in MLB history. By Brian Brennan
Philadelphia Eagles training camp
Eagles 2017 training camp position battle: Safety
The starters are set. But who will be the third man on the totem pole behind Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod? By Dave Zangaro
Less focused on launch angle, Maikel Franco's swing has improved
There's a relatively new obsession around baseball with launch angle, and forgetting about it has resulted in a better swing for Maikel Franco. By Corey Seidman
Philadelphia Eagles, NFL, Doug Pederson
Doug Pederson has plans for competition all around at Eagles training camp
When the Eagles open training camp on Monday, Doug Pederson has plans to keep the team's competitive juices flowing. By Dave Zangaro
Nolan Patrick, Philadelphia Flyers
How Flyers draft pick Nolan Patrick's injury could have been career-ending
The complexity of core muscle injuries is why Nolan Patrick's issue could have been career-threatening for the Flyers' top pick. By John Boruk
LeBron James, Philadelphia Sixers
As a Sixers fan, could you actually say no to LeBron James?
Any Sixers fan would be thrilled if the team signed LeBron James, right? Apparently, that's not the case. And that's ridiculous. By Rob Ellis
Let's get physical: Traces of Reid linger in Pederson's training camp philosophy
Rules have changed since Andy Reid's training camps, but Doug Pederson still sees hitting in pads as necessary preparation. By Reuben Frank
J.P. Crawford, Philadelphia Phillies
Future Phillies Report: Armed with motivation, J.P. Crawford hitting for power
It took the better part of 3 months but Phillies SS prospect J.P. Crawford is finally on a hot streak, especially in the power department. By Corey Seidman
6 years after last appearance, Eric Lichaj lifts U.S. in Gold Cup win
Six years after his last U.S. national team appearance, Eric Lichaj scored a crucial goal in the 2-0 win over El Salvador Wednesday. By Marisa Pilla
Early in career, Williams giving Phils missing ingredient — a feared hitter
Off to a historic start to his career, Nick Williams is leading the Phillies' offensive resurgence in a big way. By Walter Villa
Jalen Mills, Rasul Douglas
Eagles 2017 training camp position battle: Cornerback
The biggest area of weakness on the 2017 Eagles roster, cornerback could be an adventure and is certainly wide open for camp. By Dave Zangaro
Soccer, U.S., Eric Lichaj
U.S. shrugs off sloppiness, biting for win over El Salvador at the Linc in Gold Cup
The U.S. men's national team used a pair of first-half goals to claim a 2-0 win over El Salvador at Lincoln Financial Field to reach the Gold Cup semifinals. By Dave Zeitlin
Giancarlo Stanton, Nick Williams
Giancarlo Stanton embarrassed after Phillies take series from Marlins
Giancarlo Stanton was embarrassed Wednesday after Nick Williams and the Phils took a series from Miami with a 10-3 win. By Walter Villa
Nicolas Aube-Kube
As he enters 2nd AHL season, keep an eye on Flyers prospect Aube-Kubel
Flyers prospect Nicolas Aube-Kubel is more comfortable now in the AHL, which could mean for a rediscovered scoring touch. By Jordan Hall
Philadelphia Eagles, NFL, Doug Pederson, Carson Wentz
Roob: Pederson's Packers comparison puts a bullseye on his back
Doug Pederson put only more pressure on himself by comparing this Eagles team to the Packers teams he played for. By Reuben Frank
Terrell Owens makes NFC East pick, gushes about 2004 Eagles
The Eagles made key upgrades this offseason, but they haven't improved enough for Terrell Owens to call them the NFC East favorite. By Andy Schwartz
JJ Redick drops knowledge on his free-agent process in new podcast
JJ Redick returned to podcasting on Wednesday. And who was his first guest? Bryan Colangelo. By Mitchell Gladstone
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Markelle Fultz
Rookie of the Year odds lengthen for Simmons, Fultz after summer league
Lonzo Ball is still the favorite, but there is a new name near the top of the NBA Rookie of the Year odds. By Joe Bloss
Doug Pederson, Philadelphia Eagles
Doug Pederson not ready to turn over play-calling duties in Year 2
Doug Pederson enjoyed full-time play-calling duties so much last season that he's not ready to give them up in Year 2. By Dave Zangaro
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Jonah Bolden
Jonah Bolden might not play for Sixers this season but has intriguing future
Jonah Bolden may return overseas to play this season, but he could be a matchup nightmare once he gets to the NBA. By Jessica Camerato
Eagles 2017 training camp position battle: Defensive end
With training camp right around the corner, we break down the Eagles' position battle at defensive end. By Dave Zangaro
Matthew Strome, Philadelphia Flyers
Always learning and listening, Matthew Strome won't stop with Flyers
With two brothers in the NHL, Flyers draft pick Matthew Strome knows how to take advice — and that should only help his skating. By Jordan Hall
Union sign Homegrown midfielder Anthony Fontana
The Union on Monday agreed to a Homegrown deal with midfielder Anthony Fontana (not pictured), who will officially join the senior team at the beginning of 2018. By Ryan Bright
Miami Marlins, Christian Yelich, Dee Gordon
Phillies' reported interest in Dee Gordon makes no sense
The Phillies and Marlins have been connected in recent trade talks but Monday's report linking them to Dee Gordon makes little sense. By Corey Seidman
Doug Pederson, Carson Wentz, Brett Favre, Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers
Doug Pederson: Eagles 'probably' more talented than '90s Super Bowl Packers
How talented are the 2017 Eagles? How about more talented than Brett Favre's Packers teams in the 1990s. By Reuben Frank
Phil Myers, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Phil Myers Flyers
Phil Myers, bulked up, pledges this Flyers training camp will be different
With a full summer of training behind him, Phil Myers said this September's training camp will be different than last year's. By Tom Dougherty
A.I., 'guy who drives our league,' bails on playing for Philly fans in BIG3 game
Allen Iverson, who said he was going to play in the BIG3, bailed on playing Sunday and then dipped out on the media afterward. By Jessica Camerato
Pitching coach McClure learned from the best, now passing it on to Phils' youth
With mentors like Rollie Fingers and Don Sutton, Phillies pitching coach Bob McClure knows how to teach talent. By Andrew Wagner
Philadelphia Eagles, Isaac Seumalo, Allen Barbre, Eagles LG
Eagles 2017 training camp position battle: Left guard
Allen Barbre is the incumbent at left guard, but second-year lineman Isaac Seumalo could give him a run for the position. By Dave Zangaro
Jim Curtin, Philadelphia Union
Union’s youth flashes potential in friendly with Premier League’s Swansea
In a friendly match, Jim Curtin turned to the organization’s youngest talents, who used the opportunity to make an impression. By Joe Bloss
Morgan Frost, Philadelphia Flyers
The other 1st-round pick, Morgan Frost can help Flyers, too
Similar to Nolan Patrick, Morgan Frost was a first-round pick of the Flyers that excels by making those around him better. By Jordan Hall
Alex Lyon, Anthony Stolarz
Flyers re-sign RFAs Lyon, Stolarz, setting up intriguing competition in AHL
The Flyers on Saturday night re-signed goalies Alex Lyon and Anthony Stolarz and forward Cole Bardreau. By Tom Dougherty
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Sergio Rodriguez
Report: Former Sixer Sergio Rodriguez agrees to deal with CSKA Moscow
Former Sixers point guard Sergio Rodriguez is apparently going back to Europe as he's reportedly agreed to a deal with CSKA Moscow. By Jessica Camerato
Should Sixers' Jonah Bolden have been a lottery pick?
The Sixers drafted Jonah Bolden in the second round, but one writer believes Bolden should have gone much higher. By Paul Hudrick
After popping at WJCs, Mikhail Vorobyev sees 'good opportunity' with Phantoms
After breaking onto the scene at the world juniors, Mikhail Vorobyev sees a "good opportunity" in North America with the Phantoms. By Tom Dougherty
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Furkan Korkmaz
With summer league over, Sixers' Korkmaz has much ahead before season
Furkan Korkmaz finished summer league on a high note, but knows much more is ahead before his rookie year with the Sixers. By Jessica Camerato
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Pete Mackanin
Pete Mackanin on possible Phillies trades: 'My feeling is there will be some'
Pete Mackanin on Friday said he believes the Phillies will make some moves before the non-waiver trade deadline. By Andrew Wagner
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Charles Barkley, TNT
Charles Barkley: 'The playoffs are a definite for the Sixers this year'
Hall of Fame forward Charles Barkley proclaimed that the playoffs "are a definite" for the Sixers next season. By Matt Haughton
Jeremy Roenick, Claude Giroux
Jeremy Roenick on Claude Giroux: 'He lets everything get into his mind'
Jeremy Roenick challenged Claude Giroux on Friday. Ultimately, he wants the Flyers' captain to stop letting "everything get into his mind." By Jordan Hall
Furkan Korkmaz, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot to play for national teams
The summer is just beginning for Furkan Korkmaz and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, who will play for their national teams. By Jessica Camerato
Travis Sanheim welcomes competition, 'coming to make the Flyers'
If there isn't a spot open on the Flyers' defense for Travis Sanheim in 2017-18, he's ready to make himself one. By Jordan Hall
Philadelphia Eagles, NFL, Doug Pederson, Carson Wentz
Pederson: Eagles' new weapons 'to take a little pressure' off Wentz
After stating Carson Wentz felt he had too much on his plate at times, Doug Pederson feels the Eagles' new weapons will solve that problem. By Reuben Frank
Zangaro's pre-training camp Eagles 53-man roster projection
As Eagles training camp is set to kick off soon, we take a shot at projecting the team's 53-man roster. By Dave Zangaro
Boston Celtics, NBA, Amir Johnson, Brad Stevens
Brad Stevens: Sixers getting 'ultimate positive teammate' in Amir Johnson
Celtics coach Brad Stevens saw firsthand Amir Johnson's leadership and feels the big man will be great for the Sixers. By Jessica Camerato
Sixto Sanchez, Philadelphia Phillies
'Electricity' of big-armed Phils prospect Sixto Sanchez gaining steam
Sixto Sanchez is a must-watch prospect at Lakewood hitting triple digits and developing within the Phillies' system. By Mitchell Gladstone
Finally with age group, Flyers prospect German Rubtsov eyeing bigger things
German Rubtsov is eyeing bigger things entering his first full season in North America, but where will he be in 2017-18? By Tom Dougherty
Christian Yelich, Giancarlo Stanton
Why a Stanton-Yelich trade makes sense for both Phillies and Marlins
Examining Ken Rosenthal's report connecting the Phils to Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich from both teams' perspective. By Corey Seidman
Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles
Carson Wentz thinks Eagles have talent to win NFC East
After the Eagles finished with a 7-9 record in 2016, Carson Wentz thinks they have enough talent to win the NFC East this season. By Dave Zangaro
Joel Embiid, Philadelphia Sixers
Joel Embiid on Team Africa roster for exhibition game, but won't play
Sixers star Joel Embiid is on the Team Africa roster but won't play in an exhibition game in Johannesburg on Aug. 5. 
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Mickey Moniak
Despite pressure of being No. 1 pick, Phils prospect Moniak still having fun
Mickey Moniak carries a lot of expectations being the 2016 No. 1 pick, but the outfielder is just focused on having fun as he gets better. By Mitchell Gladstone
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, J.P. Crawford
J.P. Crawford 'not an impact player anymore,' says Baseball America editor
Baseball America has soured on Phillies prospect J.P. Crawford. "We don't see him as an impact player anymore," editor John Manuel told Jim Salisbury.
6 Phillies who took big steps backward in the first half
A look at six Phillies who disappointed in the first half and the likelihood of their struggles continuing. By Corey Seidman
Carter Hart, Felix Sandstrom, Philadelphia Flyers
Felix Sandstrom, Carter Hart, Flyers' tandem of the future? Count on it
Do the Flyers envision Felix Sandstrom and Carter Hart as their future tandem in net? Bet on that being the case. By Tom Dougherty
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Pat Neshek
Neshek sticks to normal script as a Phillie with scoreless inning in All-Star Game
Pat Neshek turned in a performance Phillies fans are used to seeing this season with a scoreless inning in the All-Star Game. By Jim Salisbury
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
Despite nerves over busted lip, Luwawu-Cabarrot remains aggressive for Sixers
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot shook off nerves over his busted lip to score a game-high 16 points in the Sixers' 88-83 loss. By Jessica Camerato
Flyers development camp
Notes, quotes and tidbits from Flyers development camp: 3-on-3 tourney day
Tuesday was 3-on-3 tournament day at Flyers development camp. Who impressed, what to make of it and more. By Tom Dougherty and Jordan Hall
Wentz hopes teammates learn Fargo is 'not just a frozen wasteland'
The Eagles' receivers have joined Carson Wentz in North Dakota, where Wentz is happy to show off the town of Fargo. By Dave Zangaro
Andrew McCutchen, Carlos Gonzalez, Pirates McCutchen, Rockies Gonzalez
2017 MLB Midseason Awards: Best and worst trade value changes
Biggest changes in trade value, best and worst 1-year deals, most predictable first half and more in Corey Seidman's Midseason MLB Awards.
Xander Bogaerts, Aaron Judge, Corey Seager
Judge, Seager, Bogaerts: In bizarro world, one could have been a Phillie
Remember when Xander Bogaerts, Aaron Judge and Corey Seager were involved in Phillies trade rumors? Let's take a stroll down memory lane. By Corey Seidman
How teenage goalie prospect Carter Hart is already mentally fit for Flyers' future
Is Carter Hart the Flyers' goalie of the future? The teenager is already mentally fit for the pressure of being in an NHL net. By Tom Dougherty
Pat Neshek, Philadelphia Phillies
All-Star Game turns into Father's Day for Phillies pitcher Pat Neshek
Pat Neshek will cherish the All-Star Game with his little boy, Hoyt, while remembering the loss of his other son in 2012. By Jim Salisbury
JJ Redick, Philadelphia Sixers
Despite 1-year deal, JJ Redick wants to finish career with Sixers
The Sixers' future excites JJ Redick, and though his contract may indicate otherwise, he hopes to end his career in Philly. By Jessica Camerato
Arrivederci, Arch! Former 'Nova star joining pro team in Italy
Former Villanova star Ryan Arcidiacono is heading overseas to play for Juve Caserta in Italy's Lega Basket Series A. By Mitchell Gladstone
Philadelphia Phillies, Aaron Nola, Aaron Altherr
Altherr, Nola, Pivetta, Garcia: How sustainable was first-half progress?
The Phillies' first half was hard to watch but there were a handful of bright spots. Now comes the question of sustainability. By Corey Seidman
It's time to think about Duce Staley as a possible offensive coordinator
Duce Staley is entering his seventh year as an Eagles assistant, but it's time to start thinking about Staley as an offensive coordinator. By Reuben Frank
On his own time, Oskar Lindblom puts himself right there with Flyers
Knocking on the NHL's door, Oskar Lindblom's ascension into one of the Flyers' most anticipated prospects is a large part of his own. By Jordan Hall
Eager to make NBA debut, Simmons reiterates he's 'a starting point guard'
On Sunday, Ben Simmons said he doesn't see any issues sharing the ball with Markelle Fultz, but he's "a starting point guard." By Jessica Camerato
Philly-Syracuse connection on full display at The Basketball Tournament
With local connections, Boeheim’s Army had the feel of a homecourt advantage in Sunday's TBT action, as they move on to the next round. By Mitchell Gladstone
Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies, Rhys Hoskins Phillies, Scott Kingery, Scott Kingery Phillies
Phillies prospect Scott Kingery: 'It’s been a really good year so far'
While Phils fans clamor for Scott Kingery (right) to get a major-league call-up, the 23-year-old is content, for now, in Lehigh Valley. By Jim Salisbury
Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies, Rhys Hoskins Phillies
Is Hoskins ready for Philadelphia? 'Of course, I'm ready,' the slugger says
Rhys Hoskins has hit his way to the doorstep of Philadelphia and the slugger said Sunday "of course, I'm ready" for the Phillies. By Jim Salisbury
Markelle Fultz feels 'great' day after suffering ankle sprain
Markelle Fultz was in high spirits Sunday and excited to work on his leadership skills while on the sidelines. By Jessica Camerato
Pascal Laberge, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers
Flyers' Laberge out to be 'the real me' following dark days from concussion
After enduring yet another year filled with adversity, Pascal Laberge, 19, hopes to show the Flyers his true self in 2017-18. By Tom Dougherty
A burning desire to play for Brown behind Redick's decision to sign with Sixers
JJ Redick explained Saturday his reasons for signing with the Sixers, from playing for Brett Brown to guiding a group of young men. By Jessica Camerato
Flyers development camp
5 observations from Flyers development camp: Impressive Rubtsov and more
Morgan Frost, German Rubtsov, Ivan Kosorenkov and more in five observations from Flyers development camp on Saturday. By Jordan Hall
Matt Klentak, Phillies, MLB trade deadline
Matt Klentak: Phillies’ logjam with Tommy Joseph, Rhys Hoskins ‘not ideal’
Phillies GM Matt Klentak spoke about the club's trade deadline options on Saturday, indicating that no one is untouchable. By Gordie Jones
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Furkan Korkmaz
Confidence is key with Furkan Korkmaz's transition to Sixers, NBA
The Sixers have faith in Furkan Korkmaz, but whether the Turkish forward succeeds in the NBA will depend on his belief in himself.  By Jessica Camerato
Notes, quotes and tidbits from Flyers development camp: Early look, Patrick, more
From Ron Hextall's focus to Nolan Patrick, everything you need to know from Flyers development camp. By Tom Dougherty and Jordan Hall
Nolan Patrick, Philadelphia Flyers
No more 'sharp, shooting pain,' Nolan Patrick excited to feel like himself again
With the pain of his sports hernia behind him, Flyers rookie Nolan Patrick is excited to feel 100 percent for the first time in a while. By Jordan Hall
DBs coach Cory Undlin breaks down Eagles cornerbacks
The Eagles' cornerback position is murky, but DBs coach Cory Undlin seems to like the guys he has in his room. By Reuben Frank
With youth at position, all 3 Eagles cornerback spots are up for grabs
It's no secret the Eagles have struggled at CB in recent years, but they'll enter training camp with all three spots open. By Reuben Frank
J.P. Crawford, Sixto Sanchez, Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies prospects
In-depth look at 4 Phillies prospects on Baseball Prospectus' midseason Top 50
A detailed look at the four Phillies prospects who made Baseball Prospectus' Midseason Top 50 and the one notable snub. By Corey Seidman
Jawun Evans, NBA, NCAA, Philadelphia 76ers, Oklahoma State, SMU, Sterling Brown
Sixers officially complete trades of draft picks Jawun Evans, Sterling Brown
The Sixers made official their trades of second-round draft picks Jawun Evans to the Clippers and Sterling Brown to the Bucks. By Matt Haughton
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Markelle Fultz
Markelle Fultz doesn't let Sixers go down without a fight in loss to Jazz
Markelle Fultz's big fourth quarter fueled a Sixers' rally Wednesday night in a 100-94 summer league loss to Utah. By John Coon
Dorial Green-Beckham, Philadelphia Eagles
Former Eagles WR Dorial Green-Beckham clears waivers, becomes FA
Former Eagles wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham cleared waivers on Wednesday and now becomes a free agent. By Dave Zangaro
Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies
Scott Kingery gets a tutorial at third base as Phillies keep options open
Scott Kingery, the Phillies' touted second base prospect, is seeing work at third base, but what does it mean moving forward? By Jim Salisbury
Furkan Korkmaz, Philadelphia Sixers
Korkmaz, who joins Sixers in summer league, 'does more than' just shoot
A day after signing his contract, guard Furkan Korkmaz will play for the Sixers against the Jazz tonight in summer league action. By John Coon
Markelle Fultz
Sixers Notes: Utah Jazz Summer League plan for Fultz; Trimble awaits his turn
After debuting Monday in the Sixers' summer-league opener, Markelle Fultz will likely play in just one of the team's final two games in Utah. By John Coon
Nola giving Phillies something to feel good about as All-Star break nears
Aaron Nola's momentum continued in Monday's 4-0 win over the Pirates and he's giving the Phillies a needed good feeling. By Corey Seidman
Roob's 25 random points: Eagles' record prediction, Jerome Brown, fireworks
Week-by-week Eagles' predictions, remembering Jerome Brown and Roob's hatred of fireworks. It's Roob's 25 Random Points.
Ron Hextall, Chris Pryor, Philadelphia Flyers
Future Flyers Report: A look at what lies ahead in Ron Hextall's plan
While the Flyers' youth movement begins in 2017-18, Ron Hextall's long-term plan isn't nearly complete. A look at what's ahead. By Tom Dougherty
Oguchi Onyewu, Philadelphia Union, Union, Oguchi Onyewu Union
Oguchi Onyewu, fueled by critics, leading stout Union defense
Oguchi Onyewu wants his critics to know something: He hears you and wants you to take notice. He's leading the Union's stout defense. By Ryan Bright
Brian Elliott, Philadelphia Flyers, Jordan Weal, Ron Hextall
5 Flyers free agency observations: Ron Hextall's subtle but smart work
Ron Hextall wasn't too busy in free agency, but the Flyers' GM made subtle but smart moves that won't block the youth movement. By Jordan Hall
Pat Neshek, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies
Season-long standout Pat Neshek is the Phillies' lone All-Star
Phillies season-long standout Pat Neshek on Sunday night was named to the 2017 MLB All-Star Game as the team's lone representative. By Jim Salisbury
Pivetta, Williams, 2 products of 2015 trade deadline, help Phillies beat Mets
Nick Pivetta and Nick Williams, two products of the 2015 trade deadline, helped the Phils Sunday salvage a game against the Mets. By Jim Salisbury
Phillies Notes: Team signs several top Latin teens; Eick ready for rehab start
The Phillies signed several highly-touted Latin American prospects Sunday, while help is on the way for the rotation. By Jim Salisbury
Isaiah Miles
Miles to go: SJU alum looking to define career with Sixers in summer league
After finding success in France, St. Joe's alum Isaiah Miles hopes to define his basketball career with the Sixers during Summer League. By Gordie Jones
Brian Elliott, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Calgary Flames
In familiar situation, Brian Elliott welcomes Flyers' platoon with Neuvirth
For Brian Elliott, platoons have been something he's dealt with his entire career. With the Flyers, it'll be no different. By Tom Dougherty
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Joshua Harris, Markelle Fultz, Bryan Colangelo
Fultz, Luwawu-Cabarrot headline Sixers' Utah summer league roster
The Sixers on Saturday released their roster for the upcoming Utah summer league.
It's official: Flyers sign goalie Brian Elliott to 2-year deal
The Flyers on Saturday signed veteran goalie Brian Elliott to a two-year deal. By Tom Dougherty
Flyers re-sign RFA Mike Vecchione to 2-year deal
The Flyers on Saturday re-signed forward Mike Vecchione to a two-year deal and added to the organizational depth with two AHL signings. By Greg Paone
Nolan Patrick, Philadelphia Flyers, Ron Hextall
Fret not, Flyers fans: Nolan Patrick's surgery is no nightmare
Nolan Patrick's surgery was a product of the Flyers' thoroughness before the NHL draft, and that's a positive. By Jordan Hall
Summer league offers Alex Poythress a chance to show he belongs
After playing six games with the Sixers to end last season, Alex Poythress is primed to stick around a little longer. By Joe Bloss
Nick Williams, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies
Nick Williams reaches a special place, but how long will he stay?
Nick Williams reached a special place Friday night with his major-league debut. How long he stays with the Phillies is totally up to him. By Jim Salisbury
What's behind Patrick's surgery? Full breakdown & what it means for 2017-18
If you were hoping to see Nolan Patrick take the ice at Flyers' development camp, you're out of luck. By Tom Dougherty and Jordan Hall
The improvements that led the Phillies to call up Nick Williams
Outfielder Nick Williams made his Phillies debut in New York on Friday, largely because of three key improvements he made this season. By Corey Seidman
Source: Jordan Hicks suffers 'very minor' hand injury on honeymoon
Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks suffered a 'very minor' hand injury in Greece, a source confirmed to Reuben Frank.
Philadelphia Eagles, NFL, Dorial Green-Beckham
Eagles waive wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, sign a QB
The Eagles on Friday waived third-year wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who had just an OK season with them in 2016.
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Zaza Pachulia, Nene, Mike Muscala
5 centers the Sixers should target in free agency
The Sixers have plenty of depth at center, but are there any bigs out there that could still catch their eye in free agency? By Jessica Camerato
Darryl Reynolds knows 'Philly basketball' and he's ready to prove it
He's played for Lower Merion and Villanova. Now, Darryl Reynolds is going to get his shot with the Sixers. By Mitchell Gladstone
Philadelphia Flyers, NHL, Jordan Weal
Jordan Weal re-signs with Flyers, excited for potential in 2017-18
The Flyers on Thursday night re-signed forward Jordan Weal to a two-year extension, two days before the start of NHL free agency. By Jordan Hall
Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, Golden State Warriors, LA Clippers, Houston Rockets
If you're cool with Chris Paul's decision, then you should be with Durant's
Chris Paul's forced trade and Kevin Durant's decision weren't identical but are similar enough that they shouldn't have elicited such different reactions. By Corey Seidman
It sure sounds like Hakstol expects a much larger role for Konecny in Year 2
After being benched three times his rookie season, Travis Konecny appears set for a much larger role in 2017-18. By Tom Dougherty
Adam Haseley, Nick Williams, Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies prospects, Future Phillies Report
Future Phillies Report: Fast starts for Kingery, Haseley; Nick Williams walking!
Scott Kingery is off to a hot start at AAA, as is Adam Haseley in the GCL, and Nick Williams is actually walking. Corey Seidman's Future Phils Report.
Antti Niemi, Dallas Stars
Flyers free-agent goalie fits: With current market, is Antti Niemi an option?
Up until July 1, the day free agency begins, we will profile the best goalie options on the market for the Flyers. Today, we look at Antti Niemi.
Tommy Joseph, Philadelphia Phillies
Look who showed up in Seattle — the Fightin' Phils ... and they swept a series!
The Phils answered Freddy Galvis' plea, using a ninth-inning rally to beat the Mariners on Wednesday, 5-4, and sweep the series. By Jim Salisbury
Howie Kendrick, Matt Klentak, Philadelphia Phillies
With Howie Kendrick likely headed to DL, will Phillies bring up a prospect?
Howie Kendrick looks like he's headed to the disabled list, so will Phillies GM Matt Klentak call up a prospect as a result? By Jim Salisbury
Report: Eagles work weight incentive into LeGarrette Blount's contract
The Eagles reportedly placed an incentive into LeGarrette Blount's contract for him to report to camp at a certain weight. By Mitchell Gladstone
5 guards the Sixers should target in free agency
The Sixers have money to spend, but which free-agent guard would complement their core best? By Paul Hudrick
Eagles have NFL's best offensive line, according to Pro Football Focus
Pro Football Focus ranked every offensive line in the league and they really, really like how the Eagles' unit looks on paper. By Joe Bloss
Report: Sixers interested in reunion with Andre Iguodala
The Sixers could have interest in bringing back 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala, according to a report. By Paul Hudrick
5 veterans the Sixers should target in free agency
Would J.J. Redick's arrival lead to good times for the Sixers? We take a look at five free agents that could fit the team. By Jessica Camerato
Flyers free-agent goalie fits: Reunite Bernier with Hextall, Dillabaugh?
Up until July 1, the day free agency begins, we will profile the best goalie options on the market for the Flyers. Today, we look at Jonathan Bernier.
Report: Sixers 'to make a hard push' for sharpshooter J.J. Redick
Would J.J. Redick's arrival lead to good times for the Sixers? The team is expected "to make a hard push" for the free agent, according to a report. By Paul Hudrick
Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers
Report: Carmelo Anthony — not a fit whatsoever — considered Sixers
Carmelo Anthony, the least ideal veteran fit possible for the Sixers, reportedly considered arranging a trade to Philly. By Corey Seidman
Flyers re-sign defenseman Mark Alt to 1-year, 2-way deal
The Flyers on Tuesday re-signed defenseman Mark Alt to a one-year, two-way deal. By Tim Panaccio
Phils prospect Scott Kingery shows he belongs in Triple A debut
Phillies 2B prospect Scott Kingery showed he belonged in his Triple A debut, with a leadoff hit and two defensive gems. By Gordie Jones
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Markelle Fultz
When Markelle Fultz isn't on the court, he's dishing it out in the kitchen
Markelle Fultz joined Marc Zumoff on the latest episode of Zoo's Views to discuss what he's doing when he's not playing basketball, his time at Washington and more.
Philadelphia Phillis, MLB, Odubel Herrera
Pete Mackanin hits Odubel Herrera in the wallet after player's latest misstep
Phillies manager Pete Mackanin fined Odubel Herrera an undisclosed amount after an incident in Saturday's game, according to sources. By Jim Salisbury
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Freddy Galvis
Bleep it, says frustrated Freddy Galvis, Phillies just need to play better
Freddy Galvis let his frustrations be heard after the Phillies suffered a 6-1 loss to the Diamondbacks, their third straight defeat. By Jim Salisbury
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Joel Embiid
Sixers' Embiid, Saric beat out by Bucks guard Brogdon for Rookie of the Year
Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon beat out Sixers Joel Embiid and Dario Saric for the NBA's Rookie of the Year award. By Jessica Camerato
Anthony Stolarz, Philadelphia Flyers
Flyers extend qualifying offers to 7 restricted free agents
The Flyers extended qualifying offers on Monday to seven restricted free agents, including Anthony Stolarz, Scott Laughton and Mike Vecchione. By Tim Panaccio
Howie Kendrick, Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies Injury Update: DL possible for Kendrick; Eickhoff to miss another start
Howie Kendrick was not in the Phillies' starting lineup for the fifth straight game while Jerad Eickhoff won't make his next start on Wednesday. By Jim Salisbury
At the Yard Podcast: Life after baseball with Charlie Manuel
Jim Salisbury sits down with Charlie Manuel to tell stories from his coaching days, including when he benched Jimmy Rollins and helped Jim Thome improve his swing after watching 'The Natural'.
Joel Embiid, Dario Saric, Philadelphia Sixers
Dario Saric, Joel Embiid named to 2016-17 All-Rookie First Team
Dario Saric and Joel Embiid were named to NBA's All-Rookie First Team as Saric was one of two unanimous selections.
Markelle Fultz, Ben Simmons, Jerryd Bayless, Philadelphia 76ers
Sixers mailbag: Playoffs, veteran free agents and Simmons or Fultz at PG
Jessica Camerato answers Sixers questions regarding their playoff hopes, veteran free agents and the point guard debate.
Brayden Schenn, Philadelphia Flyers
Brayden Schenn 'shocked' by trade, leaves Flyers with 'mixed emotions'
Brayden Schenn said he was "shocked" at being traded to St. Louis, leaving Philly with "mixed emotions" after six years. By Tim Panaccio.
5 years after Sandusky conviction, many issues still unresolved
Five years after Jerry Sandusky was convicted of 45 counts of child sexual abuse, there are still many unresolved issues. A looking at some of the pending legal cases.
Nolan Patrick, Brayden Schenn, Morgan Frost, Philadelphia Flyers
Future Flyers Report: Breaking down Schenn trade and the NHL draft
Nolan Patrick is a Flyer, Brayden Schenn is not and who the heck is Morgan Frost? Tom Dougherty has 10 thoughts on the 2017 NHL draft.
Cayden Primeau ecstatic to join Canadiens' goaltending fraternity
The Flyers didn't draft Cayden Primeau and that's OK with Keith Primeau, who was ecstatic to see Montreal trade up to draft his son. By Tim Panaccio
Pat Neshek, Philadelphia Phillies
Source: Phillies have a 'standing offer' for reliever Pat Neshek
According to a source, the Phillies have a "standing offer" on the table for veteran reliever Pat Neshek in the midst of his strong season. By Jim Salisbury
Zoo's Views Podcast: Markelle Fultz
Sixers first-round pick Markelle Fultz sits down with Marc Zumoff to discuss how failure has fueled his success in life and on the basketball court. Markelle also opens up about his interests off the court...
Hextall doesn't make move for veteran goalie; Mason 'still in the mix'
The Flyers didn't make a move for a veteran goalie but Ron Hextall said impending free agent Steve Mason "is still in the mix." By Tim Panaccio
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Markelle Fultz
Going No. 1 still 'hasn't hit' Markelle Fultz after whirlwind draft process
Being the No. 1 pick hasn't sunk in yet for Markelle Fultz after a crazy few weeks leading up to the draft. By Jessica Camerato
Nothing better than a win and guacamole shower for Phillies' Mark Leiter Jr.
Mark Leiter Jr. was on his game during his first big-league start on Friday as he helped the Phillies notch a 6-1 win in Arizona. By Jim Salisbury
Philadelphia Flyers, NHL, Nolan Patrick, Jori Lehtera
Ron Hextall on Flyers' logjam of centers: 'Someone has to play the wing'
The Flyers drafted Nolan Patrick No. 2 and acquired Jori Lehtera in a trade, giving them a familiar problem of having a glut of centers. By Tim Panaccio
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Pete Mackanin, Pat Neshek
Goal is same for Neshek, Mackanin: Contribute without risking injury
Pete Mackanin and Pat Neshek are on the same page when it comes to the reliever's workload: make a contribution without risking injury. By Jim Salisbury
Philadelphia Flyers, NHL, Jori Lehtera, Brayden Schenn, Morgan Frost
Flyers trade Schenn to Blues for No. 27 pick Frost, Lehtera, additional pick
The Flyers shipped Brayden Schenn to the Blues on Friday for the No. 27 pick Morgan Frost, Jori Lehtera and a conditional first-round pick. By Jordan Hall
At the Yard: Life after baseball with Charlie Manuel
Jim Salisbury sits down with Charlie Manuel to discuss stories from his coaching days, including when he benched Jimmy Rollins and coaching Jim Thome on his hitting.
Markelle Fultz, Ben Simmons, Philadelphia 76ers
Examining how Markelle Fultz and Ben Simmons could mesh together on court
Forget the point guard label, both Markelle Fultz and Ben Simmons will be "ballcarriers" for the Sixers. Gordie Jones examines the unique fit.
Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz, NBA draft, NBA Rookie of the Year, Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz behind Lonzo Ball in Rookie of Year odds
Lonzo Ball is the NBA Rookie of the Year favorite, with just slightly shorter odds than Ben Simmons. By Corey Seidman
Markelle Fultz, NBA draft
Sixers 'dug very deep' into Markelle Fultz's perceived weaknesses
Markelle Fultz did not win at Washington, but the Sixers "dug very deep" on his perceived weaknesses and saw more in his strengths. By Paul Hudrick
Markelle Fultz, Michael Jordan
Fultz's story mirrors Michael Jordan's, but new chapter awaits
Like Michael Jordan, Markelle Fultz was cut from his high school team. Hopefully for the Sixers, the similarities don't end there. By Gordie Jones
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Anzejs Pasecniks
Sixers acquire Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks in trade up to No. 25
The Sixers on Thursday traded to move up to No. 25 — the Magic's selection — for Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks. By Paul Hudrick
Former Eagles QB Michael Vick's father arrested on drug-ring charges
The father of former Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has been arrested on charges of being involved in a drug ring.
Markelle Fultz, NBA, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
Photo Gallery: Sixers 2017 NBA draft picks
The Sixers opened the 2017 NBA draft at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with the No. 1 overall pick. Here's a recap of their selections throughout the night.
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Odubel Herrera
Pete Mackanin 'not pleased' with Odubel Herrera's base-running blunders
Odubel Herrera committed another base-running mistake on Thursday and manager Pete Mackanin was not happy about the miscue. By Joe Bloss
Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies
Aaron Nola's best start of the season has Phillies confident he's locking in
"Today was me," Aaron Nola said after showing his true self on Thursday in the Phillies' 5-1 win over the Cardinals. By Corey Seidman
Conflicting messages, real concern over usage restrictions for Pat Neshek
There's concern over Pat Neshek's availability after conflicting messages continue to come out of the Phillies' clubhouse. By Corey Seidman
Flyers begin 2017-18 season out West, face Vegas for 1st time in February
The Flyers on Thursday revealed their 2017-18 schedule and they'll begin the season out West and face Vegas for the first time Feb. 11. By Tom Dougherty
Is it time to reshuffle the Union's back line?
With the Union having dropped their last two MLS matches, it could be time for the club to insert some of its young, promising defenders into the back line. By Dave Zeitlin
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Bryan Colangelo
Even if Sixers' process is complete, philosophy behind it needs to stay
While the question of whether the Sixers' process is complete is being asked, the philosophy behind it needs to remain in place. By Casey Feeney
Hextall: Vegas 'obviously did their homework' on Bellemare
After losing Pierre-Edouard Bellemare Bellemare to Vegas, Ron Hextall said the Golden Knights "obviously did their homework." By Tim Panaccio
San Antonio Spurs, NBA, Danny Green
Sixers should pursue Danny Green if Spurs willing to trade veteran guard
With a report that the Spurs are open to trading Danny Green, the Sixers should be in line for the veteran shooter's services. By Jessica Camerato
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Adam Haseley, Johnny Almaraz
Phillies scout says Adam Haseley will be 'a good Phillie for a long time'
Paul Murphy is a Phillies scout who has seen Adam Haseley more than anyone and he feels the No. 8 draft pick will be good for a long time. By Jim Salisbury
Florida State, NCAA, Michael Ojo
Michael Ojo taking next step in basketball career thanks to size 21 shoes
After getting size 21 shoes that fit properly, former Florida State center Michael Ojo is hoping to show he can step up to the NBA. By Jessica Camerato
The case for Oregon's Tyler Dorsey as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
Oregon's Tyler Dorsey may be undersized, but his shooting should intrigue the Sixers in the second round. By Paul Hudrick
Jaron Blossomgame, Josh Hart, Tyler Dorsey
Potential 2nd-round targets for Sixers in NBA draft: Small forwards/guards
With the Sixers now set at No. 1 in the draft, we look at small forwards and guards they could eye with their four second-round picks. By Matt Haughton
Jordan Hicks, Philadelphia Eagles
Eagles LBs coach thinks there's more ceiling for Jordan Hicks
Jordan Hicks has been very good for the Eagles in his first two seasons, but now the next challenge is to become great. By Dave Zangaro
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Ben Simmons
Sixers' label of point guard may not matter when it comes to Ben Simmons
The Sixers are more concerned with Ben Simmons' responsibilities as a ball-handler than his label of being a point guard. By Jessica Camerato
Michael Saunders, Matt Klentak, Cam Perkins
Phils' moves reflect GM Klentak's vision for team that controls strike zone
The Phillies' roster moves on Tuesday reinforced GM Matt Klentak's vision of controlling the strike zone. By Jim Salisbury
Kris Jenkins, Villanova Wildcats
After workout for Sixers, 'Nova's Jenkins ready for whatever road leads to NBA
Kris Jenkins, the one who hit "the shot," worked out for the Sixers, and he wanted to show the team he's more than just a shooter. By Joe Bloss
Richaun Holmes, Sixers, Philadelphia 76ers
Why no Richaun Holmes? Celtics fans unhappy with return in Sixers trade
If Bill Simmons' podcast was any indication, Celtics fans aren't thrilled with the return in their trade with the Sixers. By Corey Seidman
Ron Hextall, Flyers 'expect to hit on late, mid-round picks' in draft
With the rise of 2014 fifth-round pick Oskar Lindblom, Ron Hextall is hoping the Flyers hit on another mid- to late-round pick. By Tim Panaccio
NCAA, NBA, Johnathan Motley, Jordan Bell, Alec Peters
Potential 2nd-round targets for Sixers in NBA draft: Centers/power forwards
With the Sixers now set with the first pick in the NBA draft, we look at some big men they could select with their four second-round picks. By Matt Haughton
The case for Kansas' Frank Mason III as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
2017 Naismith Player of the Year Frank Mason is ready to make the jump to the NBA. Would he and the Sixers be a good match? By Mitchell Gladstone
Ben Simmons, Bryan Colangelo, Markelle Fultz
One may not be enough: Sixers could acquire another draft pick
The day the Sixers announced the deal to acquire the top pick (their second straight), Bryan Colangelo said they may not be done. By Jessica Camerato
Danny Ainge, Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
Celtics GM Danny Ainge explains trade with Sixers from Boston's perspective
On a conference call Monday, Celtics GM Danny Ainge explained why trading down with the Sixers was enticing for Boston. By Jessica Camerato
James Patrick, Nolan Patrick, 2017 NHL draft
Through his uncle's eyes: A glimpse behind Nolan Patrick's story
James Patrick knew early his nephew Nolan was destined for hockey. Now, Nolan's on the verge of the NHL — and maybe the Flyers. By Jordan Hall
Haughton's 2017 Sixers Mock Draft: Fultz solidifies most important position
The reported trade up gives the Sixers a chance to solidify basketball's most important position with Markelle Fultz. Matt Haughton's 2017 Sixers mock draft.
Chance Warmack, Philadelphia Eagles, Eagles, NFL, Chance Warmack Eagles
Eagles OL coach knows Chance Warmack like back of his hand
Chance Warmack and Jeff Stoutland go back to Alabama, and Warmack hopes his coach can rekindle the guard's college success. By Dave Zangaro
Aware of history of No. 2 pick, Hextall, Flyers must hit at NHL draft
Historically, the No. 2 pick has churned out stars but will this year be any different? Flyers GM Ron Hextall is aware they have to his Friday. By Tim Panaccio
Hector Neris, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies
Phillies swept yet again and Hector Neris just isn't the same guy
Hector Neris isn't the same as the Phillies were swept for the eighth time with a 5-4, 10-inning loss to the D-backs Sunday. By Corey Seidman

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Lunch Break: Training camp battles

Barrett Brooks and Dave Zangaro breakdown the biggest training camp battles for the Eagles.

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