Nov 172010
 
Phillies Runaround: 11.17.10; GM Meetings, Cliff Lee talk, more...

November 17: Philadelphia Phillies news and stories from around the web… Phillies GM Amaro won’t talk about any moves to reacquire Cliff Lee November 17 Philadelphia Daily News: “Ruben Amaro Jr. is more than willing to express gratitude to the 3.6 million fans who flooded the Phillies’ bank accounts with ticket dollars this season. Just [More…]

Nov 172010
 
NFL moves 11.28.10 Eagles-Bears game to 4:15pm

By Justin Adkins: The NFL, and more specifically, the TV networks that pay out the nose to host its games, have apparently taken notice that the Eagles are the hottest team in football right now. And in order to expose that product to as many eyeballs as possible, the Eagles game against the Bears on [More…]

Nov 172010
 
Eagles Runaround: 11.17.10; Vick, spitting investigation, more...

November 17: Philadelphia Eagles news and stories from around the web… League is looking into spitting claim November 17 Philadelphia Inquirer: “”Spitgate” is likely to live on for several more days. The NFL office said Tuesday that it will look into allegations made by the Eagles that Redskins safety LaRon Landry spit at center Mike [More…]

Nov 172010
 
Flyers Runaround: 11.17.10; Streak ends, Carcillo injury, more...

November 17: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web… Sprain will keep Carcillo out 3 weeks November 17 Philadelphia Inquirer: “The Flyers received mixed news on the injury front Tuesday. Winger Dan Carcillo’s sprained left knee – suffered in Monday’s 5-1 win over Ottawa – is worse than suspected, and he will be [More…]

Nov 172010
 
Flyers' streak comes to an end in Montreal

November 17 Philadelphia Daily News: “Frustration, in hockey, usually ends in fisticuffs. Not goals. For the Flyers, it was easy to become frustrated at the boisterous Bell Centre in Montreal. Last night, it wasn’t the “Ole, Ole” chant or the “Nah, Nah, Hey Hey Goodbye” taunt or any of the 21,273 rabid, red-clad fans packed [More…]

Nov 172010
 
Third quarter's a charm in Cavaliers' win over Sixers

November 17 Philadelphia Daily News: “When teams play against the 76ers, it seems borderline players become good, good players become unstoppable and opponents are able to quickly right wrongs. Heck, the Princeton offense (remember that) even looked good last night for the Cleveland Cavaliers as they dumped the Sixers, 101-93, at Quicken Loans Arena. Jamario [More…]

Nov 172010
 
Iguodala: 'I haven't felt good for one game yet this season'

November 17 Philadelphia Daily News: “After what was one of the most fulfilling adventures in his basketball life, Sixers swingman Andre Iguodala has struggled in the early season like he never has before. For last night’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Iguodala was in street clothes for the third time in six games with tendinitis [More…]