Chris Long pledged all of his 2017 salary to promote educational equity in Philadelphia, Boston and St. Louis.
About 18 months after he died of bladder cancer, a statue of Flyers co-founder Ed Snider was unveiled outside the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday.
Also, Carson Wentz continues to climb in national fantasy rankings.
Michigan has been the nation's best defense this season, but the second-ranked Nittany Lions lead the nation in scoring defense and have 17 takeaways.
The Quakers host Yale on Saturday knowing that their chances of winning a third straight Ivy title aren't good.
Army averages nearly 400 rushing yards per game. "It is almost like you are playing a different sport," Army coach Jeff Monken said.
NEW YORK (AP) - A former food company executive who admitted feeding inside information to an influential Las Vegas gambler linked to golfer Phil Mickelson was sentenced on Thursday to two years in prison by a judge who said he was motivated by a desire to seem powerful rather than by greed.
Here is what's happening in sports on Thursday, Oct. 19, including tonight's TV schedule.
Haunted by the 1-7 skid after the 4-2 start in 2016, Doug Pederson keeps his Eagles eyes on the prize.
Scott Hartnell lost almost 10 pounds this offseason, down from the 220 (or more) that he regularly carried around during his seven seasons with the Flyers.
A tweet Rosenberry posted before Sunday's loss at Chicago appeared to complain about his lack of playing time.
The head of the NFL Referees Association says criticism of Pete Morelli's crew during last week's Eagles game demonstrates "a fundamental lack of knowledge about NFL officiating."
Wayne Simmonds said he was good to go for Thursday's game against visiting Nashville. At 4:30 p.m., an Ed Snider statue will be unveiled outside the Wells Fargo Center.
ESPN's popular College GameDay program visits Happy Valley for the first time since 2009. Penn Sate coach James Franklin says his team has earned the visit.