Welcome Guest | Register | Login

lincoln financial field

Articles

What Philadelphia neighborhoods fit your personality?

Philadelphia Neighborhoods: Exploring Your Options

Read More

Eagles Wes Hopkins Jersey: Throwback Thursday Jersey of the Week

Wes Hopkins

Read More

NFL Unfiltered Week 7: Eagles in turmoil, Eli Manning, Tom Brady, and more!

Each week, the NFL features thrilling hits, breath-taking touchdowns and exciting finishes. But is the growth of the game due to our willingness to forget? 

Read More

U2 Concert In Philadelphia Sees Increased Data/Voice Traffic

An estimated 85,000 people the

Read More

U2's setlist is a little spotty, but they still deliver at Lincoln Financial Field

U2’s long-awaited return to Philadelphia took a little longer than expected, but it didn’t stop a crowd of almost 75,000 watch the supergroup perform at Lincoln Financial Field Thursday night.

Read More

Lincoln Financial Field Going Fully Green, Four Loko "Criminal Fuel" Banned, and Sixers Worst in Eastern Conference

The Omelette Thursday November 18, 2010 Philadelphia Eagles' Lincoln Financial Field to Go Green

Read More

Note to Eagles fans: Appreciate Donovan McNabb for the things he DID do

I'm a little disappointed at some of the Donovan McNabb backlash this week.

Read More

Portfolio Night Premiers in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA – April 20, 2010) – In exactly one month, the world’s first and largest international advertising community, ihaveanidea, proudly announces Philadelphia as a first-time host for

Read More

Eagles' Championship Drought now at 49 after loss to Cowboys

0 and 49 and counting. In a parity-stricken, 32-team league, no franchise with any degree of success should have to go 50 years without a championship. Yet, after Saturday night’s fiasco in Dallas in which the Eagles were thoroughly embarrassed by the Cowboys  to the tune of 34-14, and it could have been worse, the years without a title is now up to 49.

Read More

Are Ruben Amaro and the Phillies adopting the Eagles' policy?

If I were Phillies GM Ruben Amaro, my off-season goal would consist of one thing only: to improve your team to beat the New York Yankees  in

Read More