The new NFL league year is officially underway.
Malik Jackson was introduced as an Eagle and said it was an easy decision. DeSean Jackson was officially re-acquired as well:
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 13, 2019
But outside of keeping Nelson Agholor and making his contract guaranteed, the Eagles did nothing else.
Not the following things, however:
Tevin Coleman agreed to a two-year deal with the 49ers. He was a running back, if not the top running back that wasn’t Le’Veon Bell, that was available. The Eagles lost the battle on him and could potentially lose Ronald Darby and Jay Ajayi as well.
At least Dallas didn’t get Earl Thomas.
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The Flyers take on the Capitals tonight at 7 PM on NBC Sports Philadelphia. They’ll be without Jake Voracek, but will have Carter Hart in goal.
After a sloppy 106-99 win Tuesday night, the Sixers are off until tomorrow when they take on the Sacramento Kings.
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In other sports news, Villanova (Noon, FS1) plays in the Big East Tournament this afternoon, while La Salle (Noon, NBCSN) and St. Joe’s (6 PM, NBCSN) play in the A-10 Tournament.
A new MLB deal includes one trade deadline and a $1 million Home Run Derby prize.
Josh Innes was let go again, this time in Houston.
In the news, Penn’s Wharton School of Business is the new top business school according to U.S. News.
Beto O’Rourke is running for President in 2020.