Remember when the Flyers had a 99.9% chance at making the playoffs? That was what, a week or so ago? Now, the Flyers playoff hopes have taken a major blow, losing seven of their last eight games. Those seven losses came against mainly the teams the Flyers are battling for a spot in the playoffs. […]Read more "Flyers Fact Check: Stripping the Captaincy from Claude Giroux is Dumb and You Know It"
On St. Patrick’s Day, the Philadelphia Union will be hoping for the luck of the Irish to be upon them this coming Saturday. The Union come off an awkward second week bye, and face a team that has dominated the first two weeks of the 2018 MLS season. Columbus Crew SC comes to Chester with […]Read more "MLS Matchday 2 Preview: Philadelphia Union vs Columbus Crew SC"
According to Mike Garafolo, the Eagles are set to release defensive end Vinny Curry after broken down neogtiations regarding a pay-cut. Eagles are releasing DL Vinny Curry, source says. Unable to find an agreement on a pay cut. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 16, 2018 After weeks of uncertainty, it appears the two parties have […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles set to release defensive end Vinny Curry"
When the Flyers exited the month of February, they were one of the hottest teams in the NHL and were pulling away from the playoff bubble line. However, after another loss, the Flyers playoff hopes are now back in jeopardy. The Flyers lost their 7th game in their last 8 matchups tonight against the Blue Jackets. […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: Are Flyers playoff hopes in jeopardy?"
Now that the confetti has settled and the Super Bowl hangover has worn off, the Eagles are beginning a journey to become back-to-back Super Bowl Champions. With the 32nd pick in the NFL draft, the Eagles will have an abundant amount of options available to them. Depending on how the rest of free agency plays […]Read more "An in-depth look at the linebacker prospects Eagles could draft with 32nd overall pick"
Welcome everybody to the 76ers Weekly Round Table, presented to you by Tim Sullivan and Yamil Roman. Every Friday we will be discussing all things Sixers. Everything from Markelle Fultz to the upcoming draft, we will cover an array of different topics each Friday. We hope you enjoy what he have to say. Now let’s […]Read more "The Philly Sports Network Weekly Sixers Round Table: Can Philly become a top-4 seed?"
It’s the same old story, and the same old song and dance with the Philadelphia Flyers these days. One game they win, and the next game they lose. Finding a rhythm to the madness this time of year is key to any playoff caliber team. This is one thing that is missing from this years Flyers…consistency, […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: The past, present and future"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s game coming off a tough loss late in regulation against the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday. The Flyers look to get back on track against a Columbus team right behind them in the standings. Columbus enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-2 victory over the Canadiens on Monday. The Blue Jackets look […]Read more "Flyers vs Blue Jackets Preview: It’s crunch time for the Orange & Black"
After 11 NFL seasons spent between two teams, former Penn State linebacker Paul Posluszny announced his retirement from the league this week. Posluszny continued the long-standing tradition of gifted linebackers attending Penn State, furthering the decree of “Linebacker U”, when he committed to the university prior to the 2003 season. “Poz” as he’s known throughout […]Read more "Former Penn State linebacker retires from NFL"
Tyrann Mathieu. The Honey Badger. The Eagles? Don’t write it off just yet. There’s no questioning that Tyrann Mathieu is among this year’s most prized free agents. A bonafide playmaker who can change the entire nature of a defense, the former LSU safety has been an instrumental piece in Arizona’s secondary and is still only […]Read more "Tyrann Mathieu would be a fairytale signing for the Eagles, but is it really as unlikely as people think?"