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Discovery Channel Roasts Penguins on Twitter

If you are wondering why the Discovery Channel’s ratings may have spiked in Philadelphia over the past 24 hours, wonder no more; it’s because of this epic roast on Twitter: This Tweet obviously refers to the Penguins’ quick playoff exit in the first round, 4-1 at the hands of the New York Rangers. Our love […]

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Report: Jeremy Maclin to Reunite with Andy Reid

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Jeremy Maclin will be the latest offensive star to leave the Bird Nest, as he will be re-uniting with Andy Reid in Kansas City: The Eagles' wild ride will continue: Jeremy Maclin plans to reunite with Andy Reid in Kansas City once free agent market opens Tuesday. — Chris Mortensen […]

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Report: Frank Gore to Sign with Eagles

Frank Gore will be signing with the Philadelphia Eagles to replace running back LeSean McCoy, per Adam Schefter. Free-agent RB Frank Gore has told people he will sign this week with the Philadelphia Eagles, league sources told me and @caplannfl. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 8, 2015 Internet reports suggest the deal will be worth […]

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Ron Jaworski: Eagles Locker Room “Shattered” After Recent Moves

After the last 48 hours, in which Philadelphia Eagles traded LeSean McCoy, cut Trent Cole, Cary Williams, and Todd Herremans, and have yet to re-sign Jeremy Maclin and Brandon Graham, many wonder in what direction the franchise is headed. Some of those people include current Eagles players. Ron Jaworski said on 97.5 the Fanatic that these very players, who […]

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Two Eagles OLBs Headed Out the Door

The Philadelphia Eagles appeared to be preparing for a big run in free agency after releasing veterans Todd Herremans yesterday and Cary Williams this morning; that appearance turned into reality this afternoon, as they decided to release long-time pass rusher Trent Cole and allow former first-round pick Brandon Graham to test free agency. Cole will […]

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Sixers Highlight Reel: KJ McDaniels With an Alley-Oop Slam… from Himself

KJ McDaniels is a boss. Enough said. Picked 32nd in last year’s draft, the 6’6″ swingman has been turning heads with his defensive prowess and flashy dunks. This one is definitely the best of the bunch so far.

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POLL: Who is most responsible for Eagles front office turmoil?

With the firing of Tom Gamble, many Eagles fans are concerned about discord within the Philadelphia front office. So, we here at Khandyman Sports want to know: who do you look at as the prime culprit? Jeffrey Lurie: Many, including Geoff Mosher, cite Lurie’s toxic management structure as the reason for so much turnover in […]

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Eagles, Chip Kelly’s Tempo Forcing NFL to Up Conditioning Standards for Referees

Chip Kelly’s up-tempo offense is a staple of his coaching style, and it helped guide the Eagles offense to record-setting numbers and a 10-6 record in 2013-2014. In fact, the average time of an Eagles touchdown drive was just 2:08 last year, which is remarkable. Another result? It has forced the NFL to up its […]

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Report: Giants, Blue Jays Attempting to Land Chase Utley

For more Phillies news and updates, follow @KhandymanSports on Twitter. According to a report by Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the Toronto Blue Jays and San Francisco Giants are the two teams most interested in trading for Phillies second baseman Chase Utley. Here’s what Cafardo had to say: “Right now it doesn’t appear that […]

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Sixers Interested in Free Agent Point Guard Julyan Stone

After being released earlier this week by the Toronto Raptors, free agent point guard Julyan Stone cleared waivers and is now in “strong discussions” with the Philadelphia 76ers, according to RealGM. Stone, 25, comes in at 6’6″ and 200 pounds, making him one of the bigger guards around. He once again fits the mold of […]

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2014 NBA Summer League: Sixers-Rockets Recap

Three games into the Orlando Summer League, the Philadelphia 76ers (2-1) are looking great. Their third game versus the Houston Rockets (0-3) was a complete blowout, as they won 92-71. This game featured the return of big man Nerlens Noel, who scored 19 points in his first game. Similar to their last game against OKC, the Sixers simply […]

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2014 NBA Summer League: Sixers-Thunder Recap

In their second Orlando Summer League game, the Philadelphia 76ers (1-1) defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 84-73 (0-2). The Sixers ended the first quarter with a 25-17 lead; Talib Zanna led the way with 6 points (all of which came from the free throw line). The Sixers maintained a solid lead throughout the first half as the […]

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