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To beat Belichick and the Patriots, Pederson and the Eagles should study up on a lesson from Super Bowl LII | Mike Sielski

The Eagles upset the Patriots two years ago by using the element of surprise. They'll have to be so bold again Sunday.
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To beat Belichick and the Patriots, Pederson and the Eagles should study up on a lesson from Super Bowl LII | Mike Sielski

The Eagles upset the Patriots two years ago by using the element of surprise. They'll have to be so bold again Sunday.

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Eagles captain Malcolm Jenkins skeptical of NFL’s motives regarding Colin Kaepernick’s workout | Marcus Hayes

Is the league running a transparent sham, or has the NFL come to its senses? The voice of the Birds has little faith in the owners.
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Eagles captain Malcolm Jenkins skeptical of NFL’s motives regarding Colin Kaepernick’s workout | Marcus Hayes

Is the league running a transparent sham, or has the NFL come to its senses? The voice of the Birds has little faith in the owners.

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Villanova high jumper also a high-jumping Villanova volleyball player | Mike Jensen

“She might be a world-class athlete,’’ her Villanova volleyball coach says. “She is someone who, every team we play, they have to account for.”
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Villanova high jumper also a high-jumping Villanova volleyball player | Mike Jensen

“She might be a world-class athlete,’’ her Villanova volleyball coach says. “She is someone who, every team we play, they have to account for.”
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Cursing is a bleeping way of life for NFL players. The Eagles are no different.

Whether as motivation, or frustration, or even humor, cursing is everywhere NFL players are found. Those who refrain are the ones who stand out.

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Eagles’ Alshon Jeffery and Patriots’ Stephon Gilmore: Friends who don’t speak, rivals who don’t taunt | Mike Sielski

Gilmore, a Pro Bowl cornerback, is having the best season of his career. Jeffery, his former college roommate, is having his worst.

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Villanova youngsters showing high hoops IQs, and other City 6 observations | Mike Jensen

Best debut? That and other early questions and answers in local men's basketball.

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For peerless Eagles guard Brandon Brooks, anxiety and injury are no match | Marcus Hayes

The stigma of mental illness and the challenge of debilitating injury only fueled the best lineman in football.

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Carter Hart's brilliance gives Flyers edge over Bruins, and other teams | Mike Sielski

When was the last time the Flyers entered a playoff series with the better goaltender? It could happen this season, with Hart.

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Former Temple coach Matt Rhule is undefeated at Baylor | Mike Jensen

It all counts as maybe the single craziest story in college football this year.

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Lincoln University’s Cole Klubek is an Air Force vet, a white guy in a black world, and college football’s most unusual kicker | Mike Sielski

He served a tour in Iraq. He coached college hockey in Mississippi. He chose to attend a historically black university. His story is unique.

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On big weekend for Eagles’ playoff picture, let’s look at rest of season | David Murphy

Of the eight teams ahead of the Eagles in the wild-card standings, six face each other on Sunday.

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Ruben Amaro Jr.'s heart still with Phillies as he searches for his next job | Bob Brookover

The former Phillies general manager is looking for work again after declining to return to the Mets in an advisory role.

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Why the sad faces? Eagles have a path to the NFC championship game | Marcus Hayes

They might not be the class of the conference, but, with the exception of the Saints, there's no team the Birds can't beat.

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It’s clear the Flyers have to do more to persuade their fans they’re worth watching | Mike Sielski

There were plenty of empty seats during their win over Montreal, a continuation of a trend and a sign that people don't believe in this team yet.

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