It was an offseason of change for the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. An infusion of youth was injected into the veins of a position that had endured a season of injuries and a severe lack of production from its biggest names. The Eagles went heavy on adding speed and explosiveness to the group throughout the […]Read more "Pederson confident in Eagles’ receivers after a strong Summer"
As sports make their return and attempt to get things back to normal, another Philadelphia team will get back into game action this week. The Philadelphia Freedoms will join the Chicago Smash, New York Empire, Orange County Breakers, Orlando Storm, San Diego Aviators, Springfield Lasers, Vegas Rollers, and Washington Kastles at The Greenbrier “America’s Resort” […]Read more "Let’s meet the Philadelphia Freedoms of World Team Tennis"
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s rookie season didn’t exactly pan out the way many were hoping. Due to lack of opportunity and inability to separate as an NFL receiver, JJAW finished the season with a paltry stat-line and a depreciated buzz regarding his future. However, he will get a shot at redemption in his second year with Alshon […]Read more "Realistic Projections for J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s Second Season"
The last time these two teams met, Philadelphia threw away a two-goal lead to the Rapids. After that, the teams went in down two completely separate routes. The Union collected a solid 23 points over their remaining 15 games while Colorado earned a grand total of… 5 points over 17. Not very often you raise your eyebrows at a statistic for […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Vs Colorado Rapids: Match Preview"
Coming off of their first Grapefruit League victory, the Phillies tried to keep the momentum going but ultimately come up short against the Astros. Cliff Lee, pitched for the first time since his elbow injury in late July and it’s like he never left. Lee threw 22 pitches, 16 of which were strikes as he faced seven batters. […]Read more "Cliff Lee looks strong as Phillies fall 6-3 to Astros"
After what can only be described by fans as an embarrassing loss against Tampa university, the Phillies will be fielding a much stronger lineup for the Grapefruit League opener on Tuesday against the Yankees. Second baseman Chase Utley, however, will not play. Echoes of 2011 haunt the Phillies and many will be hoping that history won’t repeat […]Read more "Utley out for Grapefruit League opener"
After missing out on the playoffs in 2014 by seven points, the Philadelphia Union decided to opt for continuity as opposed to change ahead of Jim Curtin’s first full season as coach. Curtin, newly promoted from the assistant role has had a colourful career in the MLS having played 175 games and is hoping that his managerial […]Read more "The Union are coming: Philadelphia Union MLS 2015 Season Preview"