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Jim Schwartz says he learned much from watching Alex Trebek and Jeopardy! over the years

This week, America fondly remembered the life and legacy of Alex Trebek, a Canadian-American television personality known best as the host of the syndicated...

Fulgham and veterans give Eagles fans a reason for hope

The Eagles enter week seven with a disappointing 1-4-1 record. In any other division, the Birds would be at or near the basement and...

Catholic League to star sports

They’re going to play after all. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia said Friday the 17 schools may resume athletic competition if they follow health and safety...

Bird’s-eye view

If you’re looking to do Eagle chants and hear hosts scream that the offensive line sucks or Doug Pederson is a bum, this might...

Philly cop turns MMA opponents black and blue

In one job, he keeps the peace. In the other one, he brings the pain. Chris Daukaus has spent the last 10 years working as a...

Eagles Autism Challenge goes virtual

With Mayor Jim Kenney announcing that the city has placed a moratorium on large public events through Feb. 28, 2021, the third annual Eagles...

North grad Morris takes over PSU-Abington soccer

Pat Morris had the perfect job. Then he was offered a more perfect one. Morris, a 1995 graduate of North Catholic and then Textile, has made...

Rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor is not lacking confidence

If you watch Eagles first-round pick Jalen Reagor, a wide receiver out of TCU, on the practice field or in front of 35 reporters...

Darius Slay wants to share his experience and help the Eagles win

When a three-time NFL Pro Bowl player joins a team, no doubt there are players who will want to pick his brain to see...

Pederson talks about losing Brandon Brooks for the year and his involvement with player demonstrations

Eagles coach Doug Pederson gave a Zoom news conference on Tuesday to talk about a number of topics, the most pressing and first question...

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