It looks like the comeback might finally happen.
As my late father-in-law, Newt, used to say, “Good Lord willing and the creek don’t rise,” I’ll turn 60 on Thursday.
Millville Elks Lodge 580 held its 70th annual Sports Frolic a few weeks ago.
Dickie Coombs and Fred DiDonato are my heroes for several reasons.
You know the Phillies are in trouble when the best pitch of the season to date was thrown by Eagles coach Doug Pederson.
I had a strategy for Monday night.
Until recently, life was one big Jimmy Buffett song for Philadelphia sports fans.
If all those years of watching courtroom dramas on TV and reading John Grisham novels taught me anything, it’s to consider all the evidence before deciding guilt or innocence.
Jane Moffet never intended to be a baseball pioneer.
The Philadelphia Eagles are going to have a tough time repeating as Super Bowl champions.
The website boxrec.com lists Takoma Park, Maryland, native Willis Lockett as the 240th best cruiserweight in the world.
I can see it now.
After getting traded to Carolina on Friday, wide receiver Torrey Smith penned — actually he typed it on his Instagram account and posted it on Twitter — a heartfelt thank you to the Eagles and their fans for their support last season.
There hasn’t been a local player taken in the first round of the NFL draft since Cleveland took running back William Green (Atlantic City, Holy Spirit High School) 16th overall in 2002.
Last month’s Philadelphia Eagles victory in Super Bowl LII was among the best sports events I’ve had the privilege to attend in my 30-plus years as a sports writer.
I got swept up in curling during the Winter Olympics.
If Hollywood ever decides to do a sequel to “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” I have the perfect script.
Depending on your geographical boundaries, Millville’s Tim Williams is either the first or second local mixed martial arts fighter to make it to the UFC.
There were nothing but blue skies over Philadelphia when the Eagles staged their Super Bowl celebration last Thursday.
Philadelphia Eagles fans went out on a limb during Thursday’s Super Bowl parade.
Nick Foles really was a Monday morning quarterback.
Despite passing away in August, Jeffrey Riegel has remained an avid Eagles fan.
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins used his team-issued allotment of Super Bowl LII tickets so that family members and friends could watch his team take on New England next Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
My postgame snack at Eagles’ home games usually consists of a soft pretzel and a cup of coffee.
The Philadelphia Eagles have enjoyed a tremendous season.