"A more professional organization," cited as reason why Philly cops wouldn't have overreacted like their counterparts in Ferguson. The post Cops in Philadelphia Wouldn’t Have Responded the Way Those in Ferguson Did, says Official appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The search continues in Philadelphia for a man who stabbed a McDonald’s employee after arguing about the store closing, CBS Philly reports.
There's an undeniable connection between Philadelphia Eagles interim starting quarterback Mark Sanchez and rookie wide receiver Jordan Matthews. The two worked together with the second-team offense for much of the summer and displayed...Show More Summary
NBCSN’s Ross Tucker joins Mike Florio on PFT Live to discuss Cam Newton’s lingering struggles and injuries, how Mark Sanchez can secure Philadelphia’s starting spot under center, the current state of Adrian Peterson reinstatement to the league and more.
Mark Sanchez decided to celebrate the Philadelphia Eagles’ decisive victory on Monday night by slowly killing himself with Philly cheesesteaks. Needless to say, the Philly fans ate it up, if only because they’re under some weird spell that causes them to think that the “traditional” Philly cheesesteaks are the pinnacle form of the dish. NOT […]
Philadelphia fans can’t get enough of Mark Sanchez and apparently he can’t get — or eat — enough of the City of Brotherly Love.
Mark Sanchez achieved professional and personal nirvana Monday night. The Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback capitalized on his first starting opportunity in the NFL since December 2012, throwing for 332 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions in a blowout 45-21 win over the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football. Show More Summary
You can get very hungry throwing for 332 yards and two touchdowns. Mark Sanchez satiated that hunger by devouring two cheesesteaks, one each from legendary Philadelphia eateries Pat’s and Geno’s. Making his first start since December 20, 2012, Sanchez led the Eagles over the Panthers in a blowout 45-21 Monday Night Football victory. Show More Summary
Sanchez celebrated his first win as the Eagles starting quarterback in classic Philadelphia fashion: with a cheesesteak Before Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez took the field on Monday night against the Carolina Panthers, he told ESPN analyst Jon Gruden that he had never had a Philly cheesesteak. Show More Summary
Great headline in today's Philly Daily News. Wham, bam... pic.twitter.com/uaKZCGBJXa — Joe Person (@josephperson) November 11, 2014 Three interceptions, a fumble -- yep, this headline sounds about right. Special credit to the Panthers offensive line for allowing nine sacks too.
The Philadelphia Phillies are telling anybody who will listen that Ryan Howard is available. However, given the first baseman's massive contract and poor performance, offloading him will be much easier said than done. USA Today's Bob...Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA -- As the Eagles' offensive linemen have gotten healthy, their game-day inactive list has become more revealing. For example, safety Earl Wolff is inactive for tonight's game against the Carolina Panthers. Chris Prosinski, a safety waived by the Jacksonville Jaguars in September, is active. Show More Summary
A former film distribution center for Warner Brothers may become the new Philadelphia address for AC Hotels by Marriott. As faithful readers of HC already know, AC Hotels originated in Spain by designer Antonio Catalán as an urban contemporary hotel collection. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have been viewed as a potential landing spot for Philadelphia Phillies ace for months. There's just one problem: Hamels' contract specifically forbids the Phillies from trading him to Boston without his permission....Show More Summary
Philly.com reports WPVI meteorologist Adam Joseph is taking a two month leave of absence from the Philadelphia ABC owned station to be a stay-at-home dad. But, then, those in the know already knew. Back in August, Joseph actually posted...Show More Summary
The Eagles and Panthers square off in primetime with Philly flying high, while Carolina is fading fast. Two division winners from a year ago will square off on Monday Night Football when the Philadelphia Eagles host the Carolina Panthers. Show More Summary
A young Philadelphia firefighter rescued a trapped cop moments before his police cruiser burst into flames.
Police say the Philadelphia woman abducted from a Germantown, Pa., street Nov. 2 made smart decisions to lead the authorities to her, ABC News reports.
These people are helping to make Philly a great place to live, work and play. The post 10 Photos Taken in Philadelphia and the Story of Service Behind Them appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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