Nov 022010
 
Eagles Runaround: 11.02.10; DeSean, Hobbs, Patterson, more...

November 2: Philadelphia Eagles news and stories from around the web… After bye, Eagles show signs of healing November 2 Philadelphia Inquirer: “Michael Vick said that he’s 100 percent. The question now is whether the Eagles quarterback can stay that way. After missing the last three games with a rib-cartilage injury and practicing on a [More…]

Nov 022010
 
Flyers Runaround: 11.02.10; Briere, Hartnell, Wellwood, more...

November 2: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web… Briere ‘shocked’ by three-game ban November 2 Philadelphia Inquirer: “Minutes before Monday night’s game against visiting Carolina, high-scoring center Danny Briere stood outside the Flyers‘ locker room and seemed dumbfounded that he wasn’t able to join his teammates. Earlier in the day, the NHL [More…]

Flyers defeat Carolina, 3-2

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Nov 022010
 
Flyers defeat Carolina, 3-2

November 2 Philadelphia Inquirer: “No Danny Briere, no problem. At least not when the opponent is the Flyers‘ proverbial punching bag, the Carolina Hurricanes. Scott Hartnell scored a pair of goals, and rookie Sergei Bobrovsky continued his impressive goaltending Monday night as the Flyers defeated Carolina, 3-2, at the Wells Fargo Center. It was the [More…]

Nov 022010
 
Turner shows flashes of greatness for Sixers

November 2 Philadelphia Daily News: “EVAN TURNER has “never, ever” played against John Wall. Not in college, not in pickup, not anywhere. Turner is the 76ers‘ rookie guard, the No. 2 overall pick in the NBA’s June draft. Wall is the Washington Wizards’ rookie guard, the No. 1 overall pick. They will face each tonight [More…]

Nov 022010
 
Sixers decline to extend Young's contract

November 2 Philadelphia Daily News: “The 76ers have chosen not to extend the fifth year of Thaddeus Young’s rookie contract, allowing Young to become a restricted free agent. The deadline for an extension passed at 5 p.m. yesterday. That doesn’t mean the Sixers aren’t interested in retaining Young, the No. 12 overall pick in the [More…]