Mike Missanelli: Joe Paterno, perhaps the most important citizen in Penn State history, died without much warning, and was laid to rest against a backdrop of both tribute and scorn.
Mike Missanelli: By exploring Steve Spagnuolo, Andy Reid has admitted that Juan Castillo may not be good enough for the job. We'll see how that plays out for Castillo during training camp.
Mike Missanelli: In a sports season filled with overwhelming disappointment one thing stood out as a highlight for me: returning to the Inquirer to write a Sunday column.
Mike Missanelli: Yes, Jeffrey Lurie said to Eagles Nation, Andy Reid has screwed up royally - but, that being said, he's coming back. There are a couple of ways to analyze Lurie's decision to bring back Reid.
Mike Missanelli: On Friday, like some slapstick cartoon, the Eagles whacked their fan base over the head with a cast iron skillet. To say it was a decent week for the Eagles would be the understatement of the century.
Mike Missanelli: In Philadelphia, sports are us. They are a daily exercise of interest, intrigue, and entertainment. On that note, here is a list of my five current most entertaining and important sports story lines.
Mike Missanelli: With the regular season finally upon us, the Eagles are dogged by two unsettling components: a patchwork offensive line and DeSean Jackson's patchwork psyche.