Ravens win AFC North, Eagles, Colts get wild cards

By BARRY WILNER The playoff chase went down to the final minutes of the season Sunday, when Baltimore squeezed in as AFC North winner, and defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia got some help to secure an NFC wild card. That left Pittsburgh and Minnesota out. Kansas City (12-4) grabbed the AFC’s top seed, followed by…

Eagles leapfrog Vikings into NFL playoffs with help from Bears

Defending Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles progressed to the NFL playoffs as the Minnesota Vikings bowed out. It was win or go home for the Eagles and the Vikings in week 17 on Sunday and Philadelphia came out on top at the expense of Minnesota. Both teams had a chance to secure the NFC’s…

Crossing Broadcast: Eagles’ Draft Recap with Lefkoe, Sixers/Celtics Schedule Mess — iPhillySports

In the first segment, Russ is joined by Bleacher Report’s Adam Lefkoe to recap: The Eagles’ draft picks (2:00) Lefkoe’s views on the Sixers/Celtics series (14:00) In the second segment, Kyle and Russ discuss: Kyle’s inability to complete household tasks (20:00) The disgraceful schedule for Sixers/Celtics (27:00) Toronto/Cleveland getting priority for primetime (30:00) Home court […]…

Ex-Super Eagles defender is now a professional hunter in Abia State

Uche Okechukwu retired from football to become a professional hunter playUche Okechukwu has been hailed as a remarkable hunter. (Sporting heroes) Ex-Super Eagles defender Uche Okechukwu is now a professional hunter. This was revealed by a journalist Enyinnay Apollos, who described the former Super Eagles defender as an expert hunter. He posted this on his Instagram page where he hailed him…

FIFA ranking: Nigeria moves up

Nigeria has moved five places up from 52nd  with 609 points to 47th in the world and sixth in Africa with 635 points in the April FIFA/Coca-Cola rankings released on Thursday. Meanwhile, Tunisia is the highest ranked African team on 14th place with Senegal and DR Congo on 28 and 38 positions respectively. Germany still retains first place…