FOR PLAYERS LIKE WISNIEWSKI, IT TOOK A WHILE FOR THE SUPER BOWL WIN TO SINK IN

Al Thompson

Stefen Wisniewski walked towards his locker the Tuesday after the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII, easily one of the most exciting championship games in NFL history. Looking at the 6-foot-3, 315 offensive lineman’s face as he made his way past the tables of autographed shiny blue helmets and white […]


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FOOTBALLSTORIES AREA COLLEGE ALL STARS

Rock Hoffman

Standout Penn wide receiver Justin Watson is the FootballStories Magazine College Player of the Year for the Philadelphia region. Also, he joins an impressive list of players from the regions 15 schools that compete on the gridiron on FootballStories College Football All-Star Team. The senior from Bridgeville, PA rewrote the record book at Penn and […]


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THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF SPORTS TAKES ANOTHER STEP TO BECOMING A REALITY

Rock Hoffman

Even before the Philadelphia Eagles – finally – won the Super Bowl to allow the city to join the exclusive club of cities that have won championships in the other three major sports and a Super Bowl (Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York are the others) Philadelphia had as rich a sports history as […]


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TWO PROFESSIONALS GET TOGETHER TO GUIDE YOUNG STUDENT-ATHLETES

Al Thompson

It is refreshing to see people who have been blessed with success in life give back to their community. This is the case with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Sean McMillan and former major league baseball pitcher Brandon Duckworth. The two have teamed up to put together a program of information for parents and coaches regarding throwing […]


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FOLES GIVES EAGLES FANS A REAL HERO

Brian Baldinger

It first hit me when my American Airline Jet put the landing gears down on my return flight from the Super Bowl. The Captain said we were 10 minutes from “another touchdown” in Philadelphia, home to the World Champion Philadelphia Eagles. When did it hit you? Because it hit us all, and more importantly, it […]


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IN THE CASE OF DR. DANIELLE PONZIO, FATHER KNEW BEST

Al Thompson

We all find our calling at some point in our lives. For some it comes later in life. For others, it may come through an event that had an impact on his or her station in life. For Dr. Danielle Ponzio, her calling to become a doctor came from her father and the work he […]


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EAGLES RULE NFL AT LAST – DEFEAT PATRIOTS TO WIN SUPER BOWL LII

Al Thompson

MINNEAPOLIS: The Eagles, riding the arm of backup quarterback Nick Foles and an opportunistic defense, defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in epic fashion and captured the first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. Foles was named MVP of the game after outdueling the sport’s all-time great Tom Brady, who the day before was named […]


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“SELECTION SATURDAY” RESULTS IN PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME’S CLASS OF 2018

Staff

“Selection Saturday” resulted in eight “Heroes of the Game” earning election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Hall’s selection committee held its annual selection meeting today in Minnesota to elect the Class of 2018.


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FOLES HAS CHANCE TO EARN ETERNAL SPOT IN PHILADELPHIA FOLK LORE

Brian Baldinger

In the Philadelphia Eagles Draft of 2012 they selected Fletcher Cox with the first pick. They had two selections in the second round and took Mychal Kendricks and Vinny Curry. Do you see where this is going? In the third round they selected out of the University of Arizona, a quarterback, named Nick Foles. I […]


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TURNOVERS WILL DETERMINE SUPER BOWL LII

Al Thompson

BLOOMINGTON: The Eagles (15-3) will take on the five-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (15-3) today at 6:30 PM (ET, NBC). These teams are tied or nearly for the season in points scored, points allowed and interceptions. The Patriots have allowed 60 more yards per game but have not allowed a lot of points. […]


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