The Idle Rich Archive: February, 2011

NFL lockout strategy revealed

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It isn't a big surprise that the NFL has been planning for a lockout for months and months. Everybody has reported on it. Most people expect... Read more

Video: Hofmann's 3 big answers

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Video: Can Jimmy Rollins adapt his game? Daily News columnist Rich Hofmann answers the three big questions in Philly sports with CineSport's... Read more

Mike Florio disagrees

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Mike Florio disagrees. He says he really doesn't believe it's possible that the NFL and the NFLPA are sticking with their current round of... Read more

NFL labor progress? Not necessarily

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Over at profootballtalk.com, Mike Florio has reported that Tuesday was a "big day" in the ongoing NFL labor talks, which are being aided and... Read more

Video: Hofmann's 3 big answers

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Video: What is the Sixers' grade at the All-Star break? Does Andy Reid need to win a Super Bowl to keep his job? Daily News columnist Rich... Read more

Banner talks championships

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Eagles president Joe Banner did the interview thing on Tuesday afternoon at NovaCare, his first since the end of the season. At one point,... Read more

The Spectrum's end of days

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Video: The Spectrum's end is near. Daily News columnist Rich Hofmann pays a visit to the arena's crumbling shell as the demolition of "America's... Read more

Video: Three big answers

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Video: Which coaching hire will prove most important for the Eagles? Daily News columnist Rich Hofmann attempts to answer that question with... Read more

Super Packers

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ARLINGTON, Texas -- The thing keeps getting bigger, although it hardly seems possible. The Super Bowl is overwhelming as an experience: enormous... Read more

Juan Castillo, first impressions

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The date was April 18, 1998. That is was a long time ago goes without saying. But it is the first time I remember Juan Castillo speaking. He... Read more