The lede in this story is awesome:
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The battle for cheesesteak supremacy -- usually
fought with beef, onions and cheese -- has moved out of the kitchen and
into the courthouse.
Pat's King of Steaks, a South Philadelphia institution since the 1930s, is suing Rick's Steaks for trademark infringement.
Rick's Steaks took over the spot in Ashburn Alley at Citizens Bank Park which was formerly occupied by Geno's. In other cheesesteak news, Steve's Prince of Steaks doesn't appear to be an option in the Cingular Pavilion at the Wachovia Center any longer.
>>Cousins Feud in Philly Cheesesteak Suit [NYTimes]
Doesn't the title make you picture two fat Eagles fans wrestling while wearing giant cheesesteak costumes?
After a slog of a start for the Eagles, Josh Huff gave the Philadelphia faithful something to cheer about when he took a kick return 98 yards to the house.
And he capped it off with a flip into the end zone.
Huff joins fellow Eagle Wendell Smallwood as the only players in the NFL this season to return a kickofff for a touchdown.
It put the Eagles sup 8-3 after a successfull two-point conversion following a Vikings penalty.
When Angels All-Star outfielder Mike Trout's six-year, $144.5 million contract ends in 2020, the Millville, New Jersey, native will be in his prime at 29 years old, and Phillies' fans dream of seeing Trout playing at Citizens Bank Park could be come true.
For the time being, though, Trout, a season-ticket holder, is just chilling at Lincoln Financial Field as the Eagles play the Vikings on Sunday because the Angels are almost as bad as the Phillies and even he couldn't stay away from Sam Bradford's return to Philadelphia.