Born out of countless hours spent riding the subway bearing the same name comes “The Broad Street Line” – an irreverent mix of sports talk, music, technology and pop culture. Each week, hosts Kris Domingo and Roy Burton provide their takes on the world of sports and whatever else comes to mind – answering questions and questioning answers. So keep it locked on The Broad Street Line – radio will never be the same again…
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The super-talented Jason Ashworth (@AllAshworth) joins us to provide his thoughts on the unceremonial firing of Doug Pederson. Why isn't Howie Roseman being held accountable? Who will be the head coach in 2021? And is this Philadelphia Eagles' job even that attractive? We try to answer all of those questions and more...
The world is burning all around us, Black Monday has descended upon the NFL... is everyone at the NovaCare complex safe? We try to put a bow on a very disappointing 2020 campaign for the Philadelphia Eagles, and figure out who should return in 2021.
In a long overdue interview, the super-talented Dave Rueter joins The Broad Street Line to discuss his amazing new book "A Sixers Odyssey: Exploring the Forgotten Players of 76ers Yesteryear." The former Liberty Ballers star talks about his start in the blogging world, explains why we don't talk enough about Willie Burton, and settles the unending debate between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels.
It's the start of the Jalen Hurts Era in Philadelphia, but is this the end of Carson Wentz's run here in the city? We debate whether or not they can both be in the QB room, and we also celebrate the securing of a PS5.
My how the turntables have turned... Carson Wentz is on the bench and Jalen Hurts has the keys to the car. It's a broken-down, beater of a car, but still. Can the rookie QB pull off the upset against the Saints this week?
Sting is wrestling again, Roy Jones and Mike Tyson are fighting, and Snoop is rapping... as they say, everything old is new again. Speaking of new, we wish we had a new football team to watch since the Philadelphia Eagles are awful... is it time to clean house?
The 2020 Philadelphia Eagles season is officially a disaster, but we're contractually obligated to discuss them, so here we are. We'd much rather spend the time talking about the Sixers' newest addition... DWIGHT HOWARD??
Busy night for new 76ers' head of basketball operations Daryl Morey... and while it's too early to assign draft grades, the Sixers did some good work this past week. Which is to say, they're the polar opposite of the 2020 Philadelphia Eagles.
New Philadelphia? Yeah...we have some thoughts about the Philadelphia 76ers and their new City Edition uniforms. We also address Brett Favre's spicy comments about Carson Wentz, and make some Eagles' predictions for the 2nd half of the season.
The homie/author/podcaster Chris Stevens (@CJWritesNThangs on Twitter) joins us on the show to talk about Carson Wentz's struggles, the possibility of James Harden running point in Philly and the amazing Roman Reigns angle in WWE.
The Philadelphia 76ers' offseason gets even better with the addition of Daryl Morey. It's ALMOST enough to make one forget how terrible the NFC East has been this season.
Jamon Brown is trash, but not as trash as the NFC East as a whole. But despite the Philadelphia Eagles' loss to the Baltimore Ravens, they have as good of a chance as any to win the NFC East. But enough of the sad talk: The iPhone 12 is coming out soon!
Do the Philadelphia Eagles belong in first place? Who know, but they're there, and that's that. More importantly, the Philadelphia 76ers found a way to glow up during a pandemic by hiring Doc Rivers as their new head coach.
When is a tie worse than a loss? When the Philadelphia Eagles tie the hapless Cincinnati Bengals. And what's going on with Carson Wentz? This is one of those episodes where we end with more questions than when we start...
8 sacks plus 3 turnovers equals a season-opening loss for the Philadelphia Eagles. Why doesn't Carson Wentz's internal clock let him now to throw it away? Is Doug too smart for his own good when it comes to managing DeSean Jackson's snaps? And where is Matt Pryor? We answer all of those questions and more.
After taking off for the holiday, Kris and Roy are back just in time to welcome back the NFL. And before they sign off for the week, the dynamic duo explains just how dumb it would be to put a new arena on Delaware Avenue.
The NBA takes an unprecedented step in the name of social justice... will other leagues follow? We'll debate that, discuss the Sixers' decision to move on from Brett Brown, and evaluate the Philadelphia Eagles' options to replace Andre Dillard.
The Philadelphia 76ers look like a hot mess after going down 2-0 to the Boston Celtics... is it time to blow it all up? We answer that question, and debate the merits of the NBA allowing more folks into the bubble.
The Philadelphia 76ers will face the Boston Celtics in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs... but has the bubble already burst on the Sixers' postseason chances? Conversely, the Philadelphia Eagles haven't even started their season, and they're already shorthanded at a key position.
Another day, another injury for the Philadelphia 76ers. No more Ben Simmons this year, so... who is the point guard? And with Eagles' head coach Doug Pederson diagnosed with coronavirus, will the team be ready to go when the season kicks off on September 13?
The NBA is proof that the bubble works... hopefully, other professional sports leagues can learn from this model. That said, when certain players leave the bubble to get food (see: Williams, Lou), there's not much you can do.
Sports are back! Do we deserve them? Probably not, but we'll enjoy them while they last. We'll also give Snoop and DMX their flowers after an amazing Verzuz battle.
The point guard experiment is over for Ben Simmons... The Australian star is now the Philadelphia 76ers' starting power forward, but is it enough to keep Brett Brown's job? Also, in the most important news of the week, we preview next week's Verzuz matchup between DMX and Snoop Dogg.
There's a lot of fallout from the DeSean Jackson situation... did the Philadelphia Eagles do the right thing? We know for certain that the Washington Football Team did the right thing by getting rid of their racist team name, but it may be a while before their fans - or any team's fans, for that matter - can see them in person.
If we're creative - and socially responsible - we might be able to have fans in the stands at American sporting events later this year. But in the case of most sports, there will be fewer games to watch this season.
NASCAR's most memorable weekend in recent years was also one of its worst... we'll do a deep dive into the Bubba Wallace situation and explore where the sport goes from here. We also have baseball on the horizon, but is a 60-game season legit?
Most counties in Pennsylvania are officially in the "green" phase, and most professional sports are headed there as well. But before any games are played, we're seeing players in the NBA and the NFL using their leverage to ensure that the leagues and owners realize that Black Lives Matter.
Author/freelance writer Chris Stevens joins The Broad Street Line to help us dig through all 10 episodes of The Last Dance documentary. Later in the show, we discuss the NBA's plan to restart the season, and debate ESPN's list of the top 74 players of all time.
Jason Ashworth of NBC Sports Philadelphia's Birds Outsiders joins the show to help us understand the Philadelphia Eagles' draft strategy. Because we still don't get it. And later, we wrap things up with a discussion about ESPN's The Last Dance documentary.
Recorded mere hours before the 2020 NFL Draft, we break down all of the options for the Eagles with the 21st overall pick. We also discuss the latest spate of WWE layoffs and furloughs, and assess the PGA Tour's plan to begin their season.
Will the NBA finish its season in Las Vegas? Will the MLB create a virtual bubble in Phoenix to kick off 2020? We break down the various options major professional sports leagues may pursue in order to get back on the field and court.
There would have been a TON of sports going on this weekend. Sadly, there were none. But somehow, the Eagles and Sixers still found a way to be in the news despite the lack of games.
It's official: No spectators at sporting events. We've come a long way in the last week and a half, but we here at The Broad Street Line think there's more to come with the coronavirus...
It's Combine SZN... but we're more focused on the rumors SURROUNDING the event... The Eagles are poised to be big players in free agency, but will they land the big prize, or be forced to fill their holds in the NFL Draft.
Is Joel Embiid the best in the world? Against the Atlanta Hawks, he sure looks like it. But can he do the same against the Clippers and Lakers? And whomst is the best player in the 2020 NFL Draft?
Joel Embiid is a troll... and Philly fans ate it all up hook, line and sinker. That's all in the past after a huge win against the Clippers. But as the Sixers enter the All-Star break, have they figured it all out?
We have no idea who is even in Royal Rumble, but we'll talk about it anyway. But more importantly, we'll debate the latest entrants into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and (hopefully) figure out what the Eagles' offensive coordinator really does.
If everybody cheats in baseball, does it even matter any more? And with six straight losses on the road, can the Sixers turn it around without Embiid?
Carson Wentz pulls the proverbial rabbit out of his hat for the second week in a row, but can he do it again on Sunday? And there are two HUGE NXT matches on the card tonight, once again proving that the yellow and black brand is the best product in WWE...
The Eagles are 5-4 heading into the bye week, but are they poised to make a run at the NFC East crown? We'll also dig into the WWE's issues over in Saudi Arabia, and commend HHH for bringing NXT to Fox
The NFL is not for suckers, and the Philadelphia Eagles aren't for them either, according to Malcolm Jenkins. Jalen Ramsey, however, isn't for the Eagles after being dealt to the LA Rams. And later in the show, we recap the abomination that was the WWE Draft.
The Wednesday Night Wars are on... it's Premiere Week for both WWE and AEW as we now have NINE hours of live wrestling to watch each week... what can we expect this (and every) Wednesday? We'll explain...
Years from now, people will ask if you were outside when NXT made its debut on the USA Network. We'll talk about WWE's best product heading to cable television, and pick up the remains from the Eagles' loss to the Falcons on Sunday night.
California wants to give college athletes the ability to make money off of their likenesses. Of course, the NCAA doesn't like that. It may not matter: if/when it becomes law, it'll open the floodgates in every other state. And speaking of floodgates, is there any way to stem the tide of foreign teams smoking Team USA in basketball competitions?
The Antonio Brown saga never ends, but that all takes a back seat to the start of the NFL season. And with the in-home game watching experience getting better by the year, the Wells Fargo Center takes an aggressive approach to courting fans.
Since the Philadelphia Eagles didn't take the preseason all that seriously, we know you have a lot of questions about the team heading into the 2019 campaign. Fortunately, we have the answers... or at least we hope we do.
Thanks for everything, Andrew Luck and Rob Gronkowski... and no thanks to all the haters who criticize those who decide to do what they want to do with their lives. We'll also play devil's advocate on the Sean Rodriguez situation, and take a final stab at the Eagles 53-man roster.
The Wednesday Night War is on! Or is it? We'll explore NXT's move to USA, Seth Rollins' move to get married, and the NFL's move to completely make us all disinterested in the preseason....
Is it really a Nick Foles reunion if Nick Foles doesn't play? Are the Sixers the darlings of NBA television rights holders? And is Bray Wyatt 2.0 the best wrestling re-invention in a long time? We'll answer all of those questions and more... come along for the ride
No time for lunch table talk here... we've got a HUGE SummerSlam/Takeover preview, we'll look ahead to tomorrow's Eagles/Titans matchup, and debate who will be in next year's Pro Football Hall of Fame class...
The NFL Top 100 List is trash, Ben Simmons has been busy shooting in the gym, and today is the day that we realize that we've been playing some form of Madden Football for nearly 30 years. We're back on our Wednesday grind... come join us...
For the fifth straight year, The Broad Street Line took the stage at the Philadelphia Podcast Festival to break down the past year in sports as only they can. James "The Blueprint" Williams of War Room Sports joined the duo to talk about his writing career and to help us create a "Table of Gods" for Philly sports. This was a WILD one... you don't want to miss it...
Before the Kawhi Leonard/Paul George bomb dropped, we recorded an episode to get you caught up on all of the moves made during free agency, including the Philadelphia 76ers poaching Al Horford from the Boston Celtics...
Al Horford to Philly? Jimmy Butler to Houston? A lot of wild rumors and innuendo as we head into the NBA offseason... we're here to sort everything out for you as only we can...
WWE's Super Showdown was trash, so we won't talk much about it. We will, however, discuss Carson Wentz's new deal, the future of Kevin Durant and LOTS more... come join us!
Chris Long is gone from the NFL and Brock Lesnar is back in the WWE... can this week get any worse? We'll recap a wild weekend, including an unbelievable finish at Money In The Bank... and we'll debate whether or not the Golden State Warriors are the unstoppable juggernaut they appear to be...
The Sixers lost to the Raptors in heartbreaking fashion earlier this week, but the team is already looking forward to the NBA Draft... And, later in the show, we're cutting the fat in WWE... which wrestlers move on, and which ones might be looking at AEW?
It's now or never for the Sixers, who need to win the next two games in order to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. And now that WWE as instituted the Wild Card Rule, will that make Raw and Smackdown any better?
The Birds wound up making just 5 draft picks this year, but the class of 2019 should pay dividends well into the future. We'll also discuss the Sixers' chances against the Raptors and take a way-too-early look at Money In The Bank
The Eagles 2019 schedule has been released... and it's the only thing that matters. Well... that, and the Sixers' postseason run AND the WWE Superstar Shake-Up. We'll discuss all of those things and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line... tune in!
Kofimania is running wild in the WWE, the Universal belt is back where it belongs, and The Man fulfilled her destiny... we've got a lot to run back when it comes to Wrestlemania 35, and we'll do that AND preview the Sixers' upcoming playoff slate.
Bryce Harper is hitting bombs and forcing the Washington Nationals (and their fans) to tuck their whole summer in. But while that's happening, the Philadelphia Eagles are getting ready for this month's draft and WE'RE getting ready for this weekend's Wrestlemania 35!
Are the Birds bringing the kelly green uniforms back? Will the Sixers bring Brett Brown back next year? And will the WWE run the Booker T/HHH storyline back with KofiMania? We'll answer all of those questions and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line...
Two Big 5 mainstays - Phil Martelli and Fran Dunphy - will no longer be patrolling the benches for their respective schools. Can both of their replacements return the glory to the two programs? We debate that and another big college basketball story: Was Tom Izzo wrong?
Thanks to the exploits of Joel Embiid and Jimmy Butler, Sixers Nation as a whole is feeling warm and fuzzy... at least for the next day or so. Can Brett Brown and his crew extend the team's longest winning streak of the season... and what does Kofi Kingston need to do in order to get a shot at Wrestlemania?
Happy New Year, everyone! While the new NFL fiscal year is only hours old, we've already seen dozens of deals go down and we're sure there's more to come when it concerns the Philadelphia Eagles. We'll recap everything Howie Roseman has done so far, and later on, we'll take a way-too-early look at Wrestlemania 35!
Philadelphia Eagles GM Howie Roseman never seems to sleep... how else can you explain everything he's done over the past week to free up cap space? We'll examine those moves and tally up how much bread the Phillies have made since Bryce Harper came to town.
Bryce Harper hasn't even stepped foot in Philadelphia yet, and his jersey is literally flying off of the shelves. We'll contribute our piece on HarperMania, preview WWE Fastlane, and marvel at Howie Roseman's cap wizardry...
Bryce Harper wants to bring a winner to Philadelphia, and he signed a 13-year deal to show just how committed he is to the city. And after the Harper talk, we debate exactly how Johnny Manziel got kicked out of an entire country.
Roman Reigns returns, Wayne Simmonds leaves, and Bryce Harper.... well... we're still not sure. It's been a busy week in the sports world, and The Broad Street Line crew will get you caught up as only they can...
Robert Kraft would normally get all of the jokes, but there's an important situation at the heart of the matter, and we explore that on this edition of The Broad Street Line. And in a twist, we dive into the Android/iPhone debate with a look at Samsung's foldable phone.
The Sixers are on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and like clockwork, the dreaded SI curse hits the team. Can the 76ers thrive sans Joel Embiid for a week? We'll answer that question, and we'll recap a wild weekend in WWE...
With 24 games left in the regular season, do the Philadelphia 76ers have enough time to figure it all out? And with Colin Kaepernick settling with the NFL, can we expect to see the former star QB back in the pros this season?
Welcome to Philadelphia, Tobias Harris! A Big Four is cool, but a Big Five is even better! But with the other moves made by their Eastern Conference counterparts, do the Philadelphia 76ers have enough firepower to make it to the NBA Finals?
The trade deadline has come and gone, and Markelle Fultz has gone with it. We examine what his departure means for the Philadelphia 76ers and debate whether or not the Sixers have enough to with the Eastern Conference.
We guess we gotta talk about this Super Bowl, but first... we'll explain how the NFLPA is playing chess while others play checks, and we'll give a pass to Clinton Portis for sipping on Henny before talking the field.
It's trade and buyout season in the NBA, but will the Philadelphia 76ers make any moves before the deadline? It's also #MockDraftSZN for the Eagles, who have a LOT of needs to fill in April's draft....
Between Carson Wentz and Jimmy Butler, there's no shortage of drama on the Philly sports scene. We'll discuss those two issues AND give you our thoughts on this weekend's WWE Royal Rumble and NXT Takeover Phoenix.
If you're a rookie on the Sixers, you'll have to make a LOT of runs to Chick-Fil-a. On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we'll explain why Landry Shamet hopes that a certain fast food restaurant add a rewards program, and we'll debate whether or not Duke Zion Willamson needs to shut it down for the rest of the season.
The Philadelphia Eagles were on the doorstep on their second straight appearance in the NFC Championship Game... until the magic ran out. Now that the lockers have been cleaned out, we'll take a few moments to look back on a wild 2018 season...
Sean McVay out here getting all these dudes coaching jobs... we'd like to meet him just once so we can come up, too. Maybe new Temple head football coach Rod Carey met McVay to help him land the gig as Manny Diaz's replacement!
Nick Foles, Golden Tate and... Cody Parkey come up big for the Eagles, but can the Birds keep it rolling against the New Orleans Saints this weekend? We'll answer that question and take a way-too-early look at Royal Rumble on this edition of The Broad Street Line - come take a ride!
RIP to the Great Mean Gene Okerlund...
On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we give props the Eagles for sneaking in the back door of the NFC postseason. And keeping with the football theme, we pour out some liquor for the Temple Owls, who only had a head coach for a couple of weeks. Later in the show, we discuss the alleged conflict between Jimmy Butler and Brett Brown.
2018 was a wild year in the world of sports, and we put a bow on it before the calendar switches to 2019. We also predict whether or not Zion Williamson will be a transcendent star and whether Anthony Davis will eventually link up with LeBron in Miami.
Forget the Foles vs. Wentz nonsense... the most important question is: Do the Eagles have a legit shot at the postseason? We'll answer that, lament over the state of the Sixers' bench AND recap a wild WWE TLC card from this past weekend... come take a ride on The Broad Street Line!
Another week, another set of Markelle Fultz updates. But the biggest news is the Phillies' signing of Andrew McCutchen. While the team is still waiting on Harper and Machado, they're definitely building the pieces for a championship team.
We hate to be THOSE GUYS, but the Philadelphia Eagles played at a severe disadvantage on the field Sunday against the Cowboys. Things don't look much better for them going forward, and things don't look good in the WWE right now as they head into the final PPV of 2018.
While Jimmy Butler does it again, we're still waiting for Markelle Fultz to do... something. And while the Sixers struggle with the Eastern Conference, the Philadelphia Eagles have plenty to say about their NFC East foes.
The Philadelphia 76ers lost to the Toronto Raptors for the 12th straight time north of the border despite the recent addition of Jimmy Butler. What do they need to get over the hump, and will Markelle Fultz be that missing piece.
As crazy as the 2018 Philadelphia Eagles' season has been, it pales in comparison to the drama surrounding the Philadelphia 76ers. Ben Simmons is a jump shot away from being an elite player, Jimmy Butler puts the Sixers within a stone's throw of the NBA Finals, and Markelle Fultz is... well, we're not sure what he is. But we discuss it all on this episode.
Jimmy Butler is the closer the Philadelphia 76ers need... but is he enough to get them over the top in the Eastern Conference? We'll discuss that at the top... and then follow up with a debate on the best WWF superstars who never took home the world title...
The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the New Orleans Saints by 1,000 points, but they somehow control their own destiny in the NFC playoff race. We'll debate their postseason prospects, and run down the list of things that we can (and should!) be thankful for in the City of Brotherly Love.
It's Zion Williamson's world, and we're all just living in it. But college basketball will take a backseat for a minute because it's DALLAS WEEK.
The recent performances of both the Eagles and the Sixers have Philadelphia sports fans enraged, but on this edition of The Broad Street Line, Kris and Roy do their best to settle down the masses. And, later in the show, we offer our prayers and well-wishes to WWE superstar Roman Reigns as he takes a leave of absence to focus on his battle with leukemia.
Markelle Fultz and Jayson Tatum will forever be linked... but while the Sixers' young prospect is still developing, the Celtics look like they may have found their cornerstone. We'll also discuss the trashness of the NFC East.
Sean O'Connor of Liberty Ballers joins us LIVE in studio to give you his thoughts on the upcoming 2018-19 NBA season. We also explain why Tiger vs. Phil will be trash, and spend too much time debating the greatest sports video games of all time.
Is the Super Bowl hangover real for the Philadelphia Eagles? Will Shady come back to the City of Brotherly Love? And is a 53-year-old Shawn Michaels really about to return to the ring? We'll answer those questions and more on this episode of The Broad Street Line - tune in!
The QB position is back, but as we're seeing a plethora of points in the NFL this season, who's for real and who's fake? We also debate the authenticity of Markelle Fultz's improved jumper, and wonder whether or not he should be starting for the Philadelphia 76ers this season.
Should the Birds make a play for Le'Veon Bell? Are are we gearing up for another glorified house show with this WWE Super Show-Down in Australia? We'll answer all of those questions and more on this episode of The Broad Street Line.
We saw the Markelle Fultz jumper in action last night... and we're mildly impressed. But not as impressed as we are with the off-field philanthropy of Philadelphia Eagles DE Chris Long. Later in the show, we lament the demise of HBO Boxing.
Carson Wentz is back at the helm for the Philadelphia Eagles as the defending Super Bowl LII champs continue their run towards Atlanta. And we can't let this show go by without showing love to one Eldrick Tiger Woods for winning his first title in five years...
Did Markelle Fultz really take 150,000 jumpers this summer? Did Ben Simmons take any? And can new Philadelphia 76ers' GM Elton Brand really finish the job of "star hunting"? We answer those questions and more as we get ready for the season...
Jordan Matthews is back in the mix, but is he enough to bolster the Philadelphia Eagles' depleted WR all by himself? Also, the crew discusses a mid edition of Hell in a Cell and preview the next big payday for Brock Lesnar
We're only days away from seeing the revamped jump shot of Markelle Fultz, but before the Philadelphia 76ers' Blue/White scrimmage, we'll get you up to speed on the local basketball team, and preview the Eagles' matchup against the Bucs.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we celebrate the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl LII banner being raised to the upper levels of Lincoln Financial Field. And, of course, recap their first-ever defense of their first-ever Super Bowl title with a 18-12 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
This week on the show, we recap a wild week for former Eagles LB Mychal Kendricks, guess how much of a bag Carson Wentz will be getting, and break down the PWI Top 10 list...
Fresh off of the worst preseason game of all time, The Broad Street Line breaks down Mychal Kendricks' controversial statements about his former Philadelphia Eagles' teammates. Kris and Roy also put a clock on the Sixers' GM search, and explain why Urban Meyer continues to keep his job despite being terribly corrupt.
This week on the show, we run down an amazing weekend of WWE action, give your our sleepers and busts when it comes to fantasy football WRs and TEs, and look forward to the Philadelphia Eagles' dress rehearsal as they get set to take on the Cleveland Browns.
This week on the show, we explain why Jaylen Ramsey hates your favorite QB, why the Sixers are Adam Silver's new favorite team and why Adam Cole will soon be your new favorite wrestling superstar...
Special guest Marc Farzetta of NBC Sports Philadelphia joined us LIVE on The Broad Street Line to discuss his time at Temple, his wild career in sports media and LOTS more! Tune in to hear A TON of behind-the-scenes stories, including what it was like in the Sunday Night Football production truck the moment the Philly Special went down...
The Jones Fracture Curse strikes the Sixers once again.... but that won't stop the local basketball team from being the star of the national TV scene later this season. And after the crew talks basketball, they'll recap an emotional weekend in Canton, OH.
As Philadelphia Eagles legend Brian Dawkins prepares for his turn in the sun at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, The Broad Street Line crew tells you what you can expect to go down in Canton. But, more importantly, Kris and Roy also give well deserved kudos to LeBron James for doing more for education in America than the Secretary of Education.
It's hitting season at Philadelphia Eagles' training camp, but should we be concerned that Carson Wentz hasn't been involved in 11-on-11 activity at all this week? We answer that question, grade the Phillies' moves at the trade deadline, and take a way-too-early look at the card for SummerSlam...
Tiger Woods is in the hunt at The Open Championship and the Philadelphia Eagles officially begin their Super Bowl defense - does it get any better than this? Later in the show, the crew debates the ongoing anthem controversy, and take a certain "analyst" to task for his trash QB rankings.
The NFL can't get out of its own way when it comes to their anthem policy... we discuss what needs to happen next before the $40 million commissioner gets called out again on Twitter. Later in the show, The Broad Street Line crew debates whether or not the Philadelphia 76ers got better this summer.
The Sixers don't get Kawhi, but... they were involved in a deal for Carmelo Anthony! We'll talk about the local basketball team's non-moves this summer, and we'll recap the latest in WWE, including the return of the racist owner of Gawker Media.
Sivad Davis of The Tissue In The Tape podcast joins the crew to share some insight (and hope) on the puzzling situation surrounding Kawhi Leonard. But before the basketball talk begins, the trio debates Chase Utley's Hall of Fame credentials in light of some recent news.
After The Broad Street Line crew explains how the new NFL drug policy rewards snitching, they marvel at the immediate impact of sports betting, get excited of the prospect of a Tiger Woods/Phil Mickelson clash, and explore the Sixers' Plan C when it comes to star hunting.
LeBron James is in the "Decision Cave", Klay Thompson is the King of China, and Kawhi Leonard is still nowhere to be found. As the Philadelphia 76ers are facing the biggest offseason in recent memory, The Broad Street Line crew debates whether or not the "star hunting" will ultimately land a big prize.
The last 365 days have been pretty wild on the Philadelphia sports scene, and on a special edition of The Broad Street Line - LIVE at the 2018 Philadelphia Podcast Festival - we recap the past 12 months as only we can. Media consultant and Undefeated contributor O.J. Spivey joins the crew to provide his unique take on the wild world of sports media.
We're basically at the eve of NBA free agency, and the Sixers are starting to make a serious play for one of the biggest names on the market. We'll also discuss the latest surrounding the Eagles, and help Vince McMahon count the billions coming to him as part of the Fox deal.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll put a bow on the 2018 NBA Draft and explain how the Sixers' moves on Thursday could put them in prime position to go "star hunting"...
On tonight's episode, we preview this week's NBA Draft, put a bow on WWE's Money in the Bank, and wonder if Jay-Z could be a paradigm shift for the Puma Basketball brand.
While the Philadelphia Eagles held their lavish ring ceremony, the Philadelphia 76ers prepare for the most important off-season in franchise history. But more importantly... sports betting is now legal in New Jersey!
Marshall Harris of Sportsradio 94WIP joins The Broad Street Line as the crew discusses Philly Twitter, the differences in covering sports in different markets, the Philadelphia 76ers' burner scandal, the Philadelphia Eagles' non-trip to the White House and MUCH more!
The Sixers allegedly believe that Bryan Colangelo had NOTHING to do with the various burner accounts... but that's only the SECOND biggest sports story in Philadelphia this week. On this episode, we talk about that invitation that never got an RSVP and debate whether or not the Philadelphia Eagles let their fans down (they didn't).
Collargate rolls on as the Philadelphia 76ers continue to investigate one of the strangest stories in the history of the NBA. The guys also discuss a lackluster NBA Finals and rejoice in the fact that Vegas-style sports betting has come to Delaware.
The Bryan Colangelo Twitter saga rolls on... there are tons of theories, but we break down the best ones and get to the bottom of the mystery. We also examine the back that WWE just received, and wonder what this means for Raw and Smackdown going forward.
The NFL shoots itself in the foot with its new anthem policy - a set of rules informally voted on by owners with zero input from the players themselves. We explain why this is a poor decision, and destroy any and all arguments in favor of the change.
The Athletic's Sheil Kapadia joined the crew in the PhillyCAM studio to discuss his career in sports media, the Philadelphia Eagles' improbable run to Super Bowl LII, and whether or not the Philadelphia 76ers have a reasonable chance at landing LeBron James this summer.
The Sixers get the No. 10 pick in the draft, the road to the Money In The Bank is in front of us... but the most important news of the week means that sports betting will soon be legal in a state near you (probably).
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we put a bow on the Philadelphia 76ers' 2018 playoff run and look forward to what figures to be a busy offseason. We also have WAY too much fun with Chinese NBA player nicknames, we explain how Red Sox pitcher David Price got brodied by the media, and we defend Joe Flacco and Ben Roethlisberger (somewhat) for not being about that mentor life.
Philly's own Hardwork Movement came through the studio and chopped it up with us as we discussed the Eagles' Super Bowl win and the recent success of the Philadelphia 76ers. We also debated which athlete rappers have bars, and gave our review on NFL Draft walkout songs.
The Philadelphia Eagles have the last pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft because THEY WON SUPER BOWL 52. So we'll explore who the champions should pick this weekend, and we'll also take some time to celebrate the Philadelphia Sixers' first-round playoff series victory.
Picking apart the 2018 NFL schedule before the draft is a pretty pointless exercise... but we did it anyway on this edition of The Broad Street Line. We also show some love to the unsung members of the Philadelphia 76ers (namely Dario Saric and Marco Belinelli) who deserve some of the credit for their team's impressive showing in the 2018 NBA Playoffs.
Will he or won't he? That's the question that the Sixers are facing when it comes to Joel Embiid's status in Game 3 of their series against the Miami Heat. And after the NBA talk is done, we'll dive headfirst into the WWE's Superstar Shakeup and review the landscape post-Wrestlemania...
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we take a deep dive into the Philadelphia 76ers' first playoff series in six years as they get set to take on the Miami Heat. We also gush over the phenom that is Shohei Ohtani and debate whether or not Jay Wright would ever make the leap to the NBA.
Not only did Villanova bring home another title, but the Sixers keep winning, the Eagles keep adding to their core, and Gabe Kapler keeps making... interesting decisions. We also spend a LOT of time talking about Wrestlemania 34 on this episode.
On the eve of wrestling's equivalent of Super Bowl Weekend, we had a chance to catch up with Andrew Goldstein (former WWE writer; producer, "Open Late with Peter Rosenberg"; co-host, "Sorry I've Been So Busy" podcast) to discuss #Wrestlemania 34, the best cheesesteaks in Philly, and his new show coming to Complex Networks.
On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we catch up with Villanova CB Malik Reaves as he prepares for the 2018 NFL Draft! We also break down the latest with Joel Embiid and debate whether or not new Phillies manager Gabe Kapler has been too aggressive in the first two games of the season.
The Broad Street Line had a chance to catch up with CB Malik Reaves as he prepares for the 2018 NFL Draft. The former Villanova defensive back is one of the highest-rated FCS players in this year's class, and looks to be the next member of the Wildcats to make a name for himself at the next level.
Much to everyone's surprise, Markelle Fultz returned to action earlier this week for the Philadelphia 76ers. Is he enough to propel the Sixers to the No. 3 seed? We'll answer that question and also ponder the latest goings-on in the NFL on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
The Sister Jean / Loyola-Chicago story is cute or whatever, but is this really good for college basketball? Kris and Roy offer their thoughts on March Madness, and explain why this Michael Bennett story has PLENTY of room for ambiguity.
Have the Philadelphia Phillies accelerated their rebuild and is Odell Beckham worth the trouble? We discuss both of those things and plenty more on this edition of the podcast. And later in the show, we discuss the future of Temple athletics...
Howie Roseman has been busy this week - not only did the Philadelphia Eagles get under the camp, but they added a few key pieces in the process. On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll discuss the Birds moves and dive head first into the NCAA Tournament.
The rich get richer and the woke get woker as the Philadelphia Eagles land Seattle Seahawks DE Michael Bennett. But will the Birds' lack of draft picks hurt them going forward, we debate all of that and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
Before LeBron moves to Philly in July, we take shots on this episode at those who don't want King James to join the Sixers. The Broad Street Line duo also takes an early look at the 2018 NFL Draft and projects what the Philadelphia Eagles will do with their first-round pick.
The Day of Reckoning is coming soon for both the NCAA and the Dallas Mavericks... on this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll lay it all out and explain what a few people could and should have learned from The Wire.
NBA All-Star Weekend is fixed... in the eyes of some. But in the wake of basketball's mid-season classic, the Philadelphia 76ers are facing a very favorable schedule on their path to the playoffs. Later in the show, we'll discuss the latest surrounding the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, and preview this weekend's WWE Elimination Chamber.
The confetti has been swept away and the Lombardi trophy has found a home in the NovaCare complex.... so what's next for the Philadelphia Eagles? We'll answer that question and more as we bring you the aftermath of Super Bowl LII.
The year-long victory lap begins now as media consultant and contributor for ESPN's The Undefeated O.J. Spivey joins us in the 106.5FM PhillyCAM studio to celebrate the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LII victory.
Delaware 87ers play-by-play voice Varun Raghupathi joined the crew in the 106.5FM PhillyCAM studio to talk about his career in sports media, the current state of the Philadelphia 76ers, and his thoughts on Super Bowl LII.
Super Bowl Week is finally here! We're less than 5 sleeps away from Eagles vs. Patriots and we'll tell you EVERYTHING you need to know in advance of THE BIG GAME. And later in the show, we run through an incredible four days of WWE action in Philadelphia highlighted by a history-making Royal Rumble.
The Philadelphia Eagles are 60 minutes away from hoisting the Lombardi Trophy for the first time, and The Broad Street Line is here to tell you how the Birds got to this point. And, with the 2018 Royal Rumble on the horizon, Kris and Roy make their predictions for one of the biggest events on the WWE calendar.
On this edition of the show, we debate how many NBA players REALLY want to throw hands, we celebrate the career of Eric Lindros, and we offer a public service announcement to the City of Philadelphia prior to the NFC Championship Game.
As we recorded this episode, Nick Foles was 60 minutes away from a trip to the Super Bowl. We predict whether Nicky 6 can pull it off, weep over the state of Markelle Fultz's jump shot, and give you our thought's on the WWE Mixed Match Challenge.
On a packed edition of The Broad Street Line, we discuss Nick Saban's impressive run, preview the Eagles/Falcons matchup, and take a not-so-early look at Royal Rumble.
Will the Sixers have two players in this year's All-Star Game? What are the best road trips for the 2018 Eagles season? And why are we surprised that the Patriots dynasty is finally falling apart after nearly two decades? We'll answer all of those questions and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
On our last episode of 2017, we celebrate the Christmas day/night doubleheader sweep by the Philadelphia 76ers and the Philadelphia Eagles. Later in the show, we look forward ahead to 2018 as we pray for positive health updates for Carson Wentz and Markelle Fultz.
Carolina Panthers' owner Jerry Richardson is just the latest figure in the entertainment world to be accused of sexual harassment. The #MeToo movement will have a wide-ranging impact on professional sports, and on this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll take a deep dive into the issue as we close out 2017.
Nick Foles did his job on Sunday, but the defense did not - will the Philadelphia Eagles be able to clean up their act before the postseason? And where does quasi-Philadelphia native Kobe Bryant rank among the all-time greats? We discuss it all on the latest edition of The Broad Street Line.
Carson Wentz is done for the year, but in his place is a man who once threw for 27 TDs in a season. Can Nick Foles hold it down for the Philadelphia Eagles? And will the Birds' playoff run be over before Markelle Fultz suits up again for the Philadelphia 76ers? We answer both of those questions and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
It's Player vs. Player as the NFLPA's Player Coalition are at odds with how the NFL is addressing their concerns. We discuss where Eagles' safety Malcolm Jenkins stands and what comes next when it comes to social justice reform.
The Philadelphia Eagles lost on Sunday, but they still control their own destiny when it comes to the No. 2 seed in the NFC. But as we get you ready for their big matchup against the Rams, we'll also take an early look at the College Football Playoff.
This week, the guys recap the Philadelphia Eagles' 31-3 romp over the Chicago Bears, and preview the three-game road trip that could set the Birds up for a long postseason run. Later in the show, the crew delves into the Jahlil Okafor drama... #FreeJah
We were all over the place on this holiday episode of The Broad Street Line. We discuss A-Rod's texting habits, which musical acts we'd like at our wedding, and harken back to the time when Thanksgiving Day games were good.
The Philadelphia Eagles keep winning, Joel Embiid keeps trolling and WWE keeps confusing. We'll discuss the Birds' 9-1 start and explain how the Sixers almost knocked off the defending champs.
Jerry Jones? Still hated! Terrell Owens? Still hating on Donovan McNabb! The Process? Well... we aren't sure if we should still trust it, or if the Philadelphia 76ers have officially turned the corner thanks to Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we preview Eagles/Cowboys, Sixers/Lakers and Team Smackdown vs. Team Raw. And since we're getting late in the season, we'll predict which NFL coach will get blowed out of his office first...
O.J. Spivey of ESPN's The Undefeated joins the crew on this edition of The Broad Street Line to discuss the latest news in sports media. Later in the show, the trio chooses sides in the Jerry Jones vs. Roger Goodell debate, and wonders aloud how Howie Roseman is able to finagle the NFL salary cap so well.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we remember the life and times of Roy Halladay - one of the best pitchers in Philadelphia Phillies history. We also discuss the recent fortunes of the Eagles, and project what it all means as we head into the heart of the schedule.
What grade should the Philadelphia Eagles get at the midway point of the 2017 NFL season? And will baseball high ratings for the World Series carry over into next season? We debate both of those questions and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
The Philadelphia Eagles land Jay Ajayi... is he enough to take them to the Super Bowl? And has Ben Simmons already surpassed Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers' best player? We'll tackle both of those questions and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
Sean O'Connor of Liberty Ballers joins the guys for a special episode of The Broad Street Line! The trio discusses the Sixers' late game struggles, the Markelle Fultz saga, and the possibility that the NBA may overtake the NFL one day.
Finally, there's a break in the Curious Case of Markelle Fultz's shoulder. But with the Sixers' No. 1 pick on the shelf for a while, can the rest of the team hold the fort down? And are the Philadelphia Eagles really the best team in the NFL?
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we explain why Marshawn Lynch and Chris Long are American treasures for wildly different reasons. And later in the show, we lament the loss of the 2018 NFL Draft to the hated Dallas Cowboys.
Embiid, Simmons and Fultz all played together last night, and Sixers Nation is excited, despite the loss. On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we preview the 2017-18 season (including the 76ers) and take a stab at predicting the NBA award winners. Later in the show, we run down this weekend's WWE TLC card...
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we show some love to the 5-1 Philadelphia Eagles, explore why Jahlil Okafor takes a train to New York to watch movies, and we explain how Roger Goodell and his wife are like Bonnie and Clyde 2017.
Joel Embiid secures the bag, the Philadelphia Eagles sit all alone at the top of the NFC East, and a highly paid NFL assistant coach gets caught up in a scandal. It's been a wild week in the world of sports, and we break it down as only we can on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we take shots at Colin Cowherd for naming Philadelphia "the dumbest sports town in America." But before that, we explain how Jeremy Lin's new hairstyle sparked a debate on cultural appropriation.
Within 24 hours, Ben Simmons made his Sixers debut, Joel Embiid practiced 5-on-5, and nothing was the same. At a time of the year that's usually dominated by football, the Philadelphia 76ers have our (and the city's) attention, and they don't show any signs of letting go. But of course, we also take some time in this edition of The Broad Street Line to talk about a certain 3-1 football team.
The NCAA/Adidas scandal has already taken down Rick Pitino and Louisville, and on this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll explain why we think it'll be MUCH larger going forward. We also tell you why "stick to sports" is dead, and why we expect the Philadelphia 76ers to be exciting this season.
Jake Elliott was the hero against the New York Giants, and on this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll explain how the Philadelphia Eagles are in the driver's seat in the NFC East. Later in the show, we'll recap No Mercy and debate whether or not the torch has officially been passed to Roman Reigns.
NFL players want an "activism month", and while we know that won't happen, we explain why America's favorite league will find a middle ground with its players. Later in this episode of The Broad Street Line, we try to figure out why Kevin Durant is one of the most sensitive superstars of this - or any - generation.
The Philadelphia Eagles lead the NFC East, but there is some unrest down at the NovaCare Complex this week. Does Jim Schwartz want Doug Pederson's job? Will the Birds ever run the ball again? We'll give you our take on the burning questions surrounding the team. And later in the show, we preview the WWE No Mercy card and debate whether or not a title changes hands this weekend...
Shaun King vs. Jeffrey Lurie. Rhys Hoskins vs. baseballs. Doug Pederson vs. the running plays in his playbook. On this edition of The Broad Street Line, Kris and Roy touch on each of these conflicts and explain how with certain apologies mean that you never have to say you're sorry.
It wasn't pretty, but the Philadelphia Eagles escaped Week 1 with a victory. Can they knock off the Kansas City Chiefs for their second road win in a row, or will they fall to .500? After we debate their chances this Sunday, we'll dig into ESPN's NBA Rank list...
This episode marks the FM radio debut of Kris Domingo's Annual Philadelphia Eagles' Predictions! Past years have seen outlandish projections for players such as Freddie Mitchell and Cornelius Ingram - who'll have a breakout year in 2017? On this week's show, we also run down our playoff picks and tell you which two teams will do battle in Super Bowl 52 next February.
Football season is finally here! We'll take an early look at the Birds' matchup against Washington, give you our DraftKings picks for Week 1 and get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can...
On this extra-long edition of The Broad Street Line, we discuss Las Vegas' love for the Sixers, the opening week of college football season, and Cena & Reigns breaking the 4th wall on Monday's Raw. It's a jam-packed episode leading you right into the Labor Day holiday, so come and take a ride...
Hours before Mayweather and McGregor battle in this year's Fight of the Century, The Broad Street Line put their predictions on wax. Kris and Roy also debate the inclusions (and omissions) on the NBA 2K18 All-Time Sixers team, and wonder what the Philadelphia Eagles should do at the RB position.
Welcome to Boston, Kyrie Irving. Welcome back, The Shield. And welcome home... Byron Maxwell?? It's a special edition of The Broad Street Line as we celebrate some returns, some new arrivals and wrap up our fantasy preview with a look at the WR/TE position. So come and take a ride with us...
Kevin McGuire of The Comeback and the Bump and Run podcast joins us on The Broad Street Line to preview the 2017 college football season. With several years in the sports media business under his belt, Kevin also shares some tips on how to stand out from the competition.
National games, international games... are the Philadelphia 76ers the Next Big Thing in the NBA? We'll answer that question, get you ready for your fantasy football league draft, and preview WWE Summerslam 2017 all in this edition of The Broad Street Line - come take a ride...
Do football and school go together? UCLA QB Josh Rosen doesn't think so, and we think he's right (for the most part). On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we'll explain our reasoning, and we'll also celebrate the re-emergence of the Philadelphia 76ers on the national (and international) stage.
We kick off this edition of The Broad Street Line with a tribute to Darren Daulton - the leader of the beloved 1993 Philadelphia Phillies. Later in the show, we preview the Eagles' first preseason tilt of the 2017 season, and take an early look at the WWE Summerslam card.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, Kris and Roy differ on their opinions of the Philadelphia 76ers' new uniforms, recap the first week of Eagles' training camp, and destroy the fake excuses peddled by those who don't think Colin Kaepernick should be in the NFL.
At this year's Philadelphia Podcast Festival, the Broad Street Line crew recapped the recent run of terrible Philly sports performances, debated the merits of wearing jerseys in public, and inducted Derek Fisher into the Dirty Mack Hall of Fame.
Is AAU basketball as bad as some say it is? Is it OK to be optimistic about the upcoming Philadelphia Eagles' season? And what in the world is Kyrie Irving thinking? Kris and Roy answer all of those questions and more, and also take a few minutes to debate the return of Jon Gruden to the sidelines.
The Marcus Smith Era in Philadelphia is over, and the Eagles are now forced to pick up the pieces at the DE position. We'll take a look at Gang Green as they kick off training camp, get you caught up on the latest Kyrie Irving drama, and look ahead to WWE Summerslam.
At the top of the show, linebacker Otha Peters of the Seattle Seahawks chats with The Broad Street Line before heading off to training camp. Later in the show, Kris and Roy give you their thoughts on The Big 3, and get you caught up on the past week in sports as only they can.
The Broad Street Line crew sits down with Otha Peters, rookie LB for the Seattle Seahawks, as he counted down the days heading into his first NFL training camp. Peters discussed his award-winning college career, what it felt like to put on an NFL uniform for the first time, and what he intends to learn from the veterans on the Seahawks' defense.
The Mayweather/McGregor World Tour is in the books, but should that change how you think about their upcoming bout? And should the Philadelphia 76ers be charging fans for a spot on their season ticket list? We'll answer both of those questions and plenty more on this episode of The Broad Street Line.
According to reports, the Philadelphia 76ers are heading to London next season. We'll discuss that, Markelle Fultz's premature end to summer league, and go deep with our recap of WWE's Great Balls of Fire.
Jimmy Williams, Paul Johnson and Devin McMillan of War Room Sports join The Broad Street Line in studio for a wide-ranging discussion that touches on the future of sports media as well as the current state of the NBA.
J.J. Redick joins The Process... is this enough to boost the Philadelphia 76ers into the postseason? We'll explore that, and preview WWE's Great Balls of Fire on this edition of The Broad Street Line.
Hours before the Philadelphia 76ers signed J.J. Redick, we debated the pros and cons of the potential deal. We also break down Paul George's move to the Western Conference, and LOTS more! Are the Sixers a playoff team? Tune in to find out!
No one likes the "FEDS" nickname, but everyone is a fan of the Philadelphia 76ers' Big 4. Markelle Fultz loves Philly, but does the NBA media love Joel Embiid and Dario Saric? We answer that question and more on this edition of The Broad Street Line...
Author and War Room Sports co-founder Jimmy "The Blueprint" Williams joined us in the PhillyCAM studios to discuss his new book ("Own Your Time and Space") and to offer his thoughts on the Philadelphia 76ers and "The Process."
Markelle Fultz is coming to Philly - can the Sixers' Big 4 be the big dogs in the Eastern Conference come 2020? We'll answer that question and more as we get you ready for the 2017 NBA Draft...
Markelle Fultz is coming to Philly, and on this edition of The Broad Street Line, we tell you exactly how the big deal went down. We also but a bow on the Cavs-Warriors NBA Finals matchup, and explain why we're not the least bit excited for Mayweather vs. McGregor.
This week on The Broad Street Line, Kris and Roy debate what the Philadelphia 76ers need to do to catch the Cavs and Warriors, take Mike Schmidt to task for his infamous comments, and induct Derek Fisher into the Dirty Mack Hall of Fame.
Can the LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers figure out the Golden State Warriors puzzle? Should the Philadelphia 76ers flip the No. 3 pick for two top-10 selections? And what's gotten into the Phillies? We'll answer all of that and more on this edition of the show...
On a special edition of The Broad Street Line, Devon Givens of 97.5 The Fanatic joined the show to discuss his career in sports media, the Philadelphia 76ers' big board in advance of the 2017 NBA Draft, and the illustrious career of Ruff Ryders' legend Drag-On.
Fletcher Cox is back in the Philadelphia Eagles' nest, and all is good in the City of Brotherly Love. More importantly, Kris and Roy preview the 2017 NBA Finals and predict whether or not LeBron James can lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to their 2nd straight NBA championship.
Why are the Philadelphia Phillies so trash? And what will the Sixers do with the No. 3 pick? Kris and Roy of The Broad Street Line answer both of those questions and more, and they also explain how NBA players are just like the rest of us...
On the latest edition of The Broad Street Line, Roy and Kris get you up-to-date on the whereabouts of Fletcher Cox, run down the latest NBA draft rumors, and look ahead to Warriors/Cavs III
Back in the PhillyCAM studios, Kris and Roy debate Tom Brady's GOAT status, discuss the pros and cons of Kansas SF Josh Jackson, and take a look back at the Philadelphia 76ers' recent draft history.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, Kris and Roy debate the lack of interest in Colin Kaepernick, the Philadelphia 76ers' odds heading into Tuesday's draft lottery, and the fear of drafting Lonzo Ball stemming from the fact that his father has never met a microphone that he didn't like.
On tonight's episode of The Broad Street Line, we debate whether or not the Phladelphia 76ers should make a play for Kyle Lowry. We also discuss the debut of Big Baller Brand's shoe line, and pour out a little liquor for Phillies legend Ryan Howard.
With the 2017 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, we break down the Philadelphia Eagles position-by-position and tell you where they stand heading into training camp. We also talk about racism in professional sports, and take a hard look at the sports media landscape in the wake of ESPN's layoffs.
On tonight's episode, we're (finally) breaking down the Philadelphia Eagles' draft pick-by-pick and tell you the winners and losers from this past weekend's action. And much to Kris's dismay, we'll talk some NBA playoff action as well...
On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we recap the first two days of the 2017 NFL Draft - an event which saw 250,000 people descend on Philadelphia's Ben Franklin Parkway. We caught up with Derek Barnett and Haason Reddick minutes after they were drafted, and we break down a wild first round that saw many big names taken off the board earlier than most experts projected.
NFL Draft Week is here! We go heavy on the football talk on this week's show as we give you the last-minute info you need before the Philadelphia Eagles make their selections later this week. We also talk some NBA playoffs with the conference semifinals right around the corner...
On our latest show on PhillyCAM radio, we discussed Kobe's obsession with AI, the Eagles' 2017 schedule and the public's changing perception of marijuana use as it relates to athletes... check it out.
We're less than a week away from the NFL Draft taking over Philadelphia, and we have the inside info for those of you interested in making the trip to the Parkway. We also catch up with the young Phillies' prospects as they make their way to the show, and we have an EARLY look at the Eagles' 2017 schedule.
Brandon Lee Gowton of Bleeding Green Nation and Liberty Ballers joins us in studio to give you his thoughts on the upcoming NFL Draft. He also talks about his career in sports media, and holds no punches when it comes to the Philadelphia 76ers' medical staff.
The Sixers' season is over, but the NFL Draft talk is just starting to heat up! On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we're covering everything that happened in the past week in sports (and sports entertainment) as only we can - come along for the ride...
On today's show, we're grading Wrestlemania, pondering Dario Saric trades and stopping the Tony Romo Hall of Fame talk dead in its tracks. The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived - come through and join us...
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we preview the 2017 Phillies season by playing a game of FUTURE vs. HENDRXX, advocate for medical marijuana and take some (more) shots at the Sixers' medical staff. We also explore the power of sports as we discuss North Carolina's controversial HB2.
On this week's edition of the show, we explore sports radio's diversity problem, take Ian Kinsler to task for his off-color comments, and explore the hypocrisy of the NFL when it comes to political statements. We don't pull any punches here on The Broad Street Line - come join us.
How's your bracket looking? The Broad Street Line recaps the first two days of the NCAA tournament and look back in the Big 5 archives to see how local teams have fared in the Big Dance over the past 20 years...
This week on The Broad Street Line Express, we send some love to Philly's own Dawn Staley, discuss the stereotype of the white RB, and break down the Philadelphia Eagles impressive free agent haul. The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived
We've experienced some amazing highs and heartbreaking lows over the past few decades in Philly sports. Come take a trip with us on this edition of The Broad Street Line as we relieve some of the most entertaining sports moments from the past 30 years.
Is the Earth flat? Did TNT go too far with JaVale McGee? And how much faith should you have in Sixers' GM Bryan Colangelo? On this edition of The Broad Street Line, the show that answers questions and questions answers will be cover those topics and plenty more.....
What should we believe when it comes to the Philadelphia 76ers? Why could this weekend's NBA All-Star Game be a harbinger for things to come in other sports leagues? And why can't Chris Christie keep Philly sports out of his mouth? We answer all of those questions and more on this week's edition of The Broad Street Line.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line: Joel Embiid tries to bring back Dancin' On Air, Terrell Owens and Brian Dawkins get shut out of the Hall of Fame, and at least a half-dozen New England Patriots refuse to visit the White House.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, Kris and Roy debate just how much the current political discourse should bleed into the world of sports. The duo also debate the future of Philly sports and make a plea to listeners to support those in sports media who are doing great work.
O.J. Spivey of The Pod Show joins us on this episode of The Broad Street Line to discuss the dominance of Serena Williams as well as the complex business of providing compensation for college athletes. We also debate the merits of working for free in the world of sports media.
With Donald Trump in the White House, we take part of this episode to examine one way he's already made an impact in the world of sports. Later in the show, we'll discuss the fabulous rookie season of Philadelphia 76ers' center Joel Embiid, and take a look at a recent update to the classic video game, NBA Jam.
In this edition of The Broad Street Line Express on PhillyCAM radio, we marvel at potential All-Star Joel Embiid, debate what would happen if the Philadelphia Eagles bolted town like the San Diego Chargers, and scratch our head at how Freddie Mitchell still manages to keep his name in the headlines.
What do you do when you get your chain snatched on national TV? Is Carson Wentz the real deal? And how do you get fired from a job that you already quit? On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll answer those questions and more... so sit back, relax and enjoy the ride...
Does Joel Embiid have a legit case at a starting spot in the All-Star Game? We answer that question and TONS more as we look back at a wild 2016 in the world of sports...
On this edition of The Broad Street Line on PhillyCAM Radio, we recap a wild year in Philly sports and celebrate the fact that all four professional teams are poised to do big things in the near future. We also continue the conversation on hazing, and explore changes to the NFL's Pro Bowl weekend.
Nerlens Noel is angry, Villanova sweeps the Big 5, and Temple has a new head coach. On this episode of The Broad Street Line, Kris Domingo and Roy Burton discuss all that and more LIVE on 106.5 FM PhillyCAM Radio.
Shamus Clancy of Liberty Ballers joins us on a special edition of The Broad Street Line to discuss the legend of Dario Saric, the tailgating culture surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles, and how Carson Wentz helped him in his battle with clinical depression.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line on PhillyCAM Radio, we're debate the Philly Sportsperson of the Year and wondering whether the Ben Simmons PG experiment will yield positive results...
Are Philadelphia fans too hard on the athletes that play in this town? We debate that question and plenty more on this episode of The Broad Street Line. Later in the show, we get into the holiday spirit by handing out gifts to several Philadelphia Eagles and Sixers players...
Joel Embiid and Aaron Nola are just two of the reasons we have to be thankful for when it comes to Philly sports. But before we count our blessings, we debate whether or not NBA players will refuse to go to the White House, and we also explain why grown men will be driving to Ohio to shed tears this August.
In our second episode on 106.5 FM, we take a look at the State of the Union of Philadelphia sports. What's next on the horizon for the Eagles, Phillies, Sixers and Flyers, and who is next to bring home a championship?
On our debut episode on WPPM 106.5 FM, the Broad Street Line crew discusses why the Chicago Cubs title is a bad thing for the City of Philadelphia. Later in the show, we debate the Philadelphia Eagles decision to cut Josh Huff, and explain how the NCAA should take care of its student-athletes.
OJ Spivey joins Kris and Roy for an episode of The Broad Street Line recorded LIVE at the 2016 Philadelphia Podcast Festival. On this show, the trio breaks down the current state of the Phillies, Sixers and Eagles, and make their picks for the next team to bring a championship to Philadelphia.
On this week's edition of The Broad Street Line, we hand out grades in the wake of the 2016 NFL Draft and tell you which teams have the best crop of rookies heading into next season. Later in the show, we'll break down the Phillies' hot start and explore whether or not they can remain contenders for a playoff spot. And, as always, we get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
James "The Blueprint" Williams joins The Broad Street Line to discuss his new book, S.P.O.R.T.S. - an unfiltered, unapologetic collection of essays on sports, pop culture and more. Even if you aren't familiar with Jimmy's extensive work with War Room Sports and/or on the battle rap scene, it's an interview that you definitely won't want to miss.
Later in the show, we'll tell you whether or not you should get ready for a Philadelphia Eagles' playoff run, explore what the Philadelphia 76ers can do to speed up "The Process", and get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
On September 6, we were fortunate enough to host a live show at the 2015 Philadelphia Podcast Festival, and we're glad to have the opportunity to share the episode with those who weren't in attendance. On this episode, we break down the Philadelphia Eagles' chances at a deep playoff run this season, make our picks as to who the next team will be to bring a championship to Philly, and discuss why having a favorite player seems to be a thing of the past. If you've never listened to the show before, then consider this your introduction. If you have tuned in before, then expect some of the same great sports talk you've become accustomed to over the past few years. So take a moment to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk has finally arrived.
Sheil Kapadia from Birds 24/7 will join us during the second hour of the show to give you his impressions of the Philadelphia Eagles with training camp on the horizon. We're a long way from the 53-man roster deadline, but a few players have already made strong cases for a roster spot as we head into the summer.
In the first hour, we'll look at Thursday's NBA Draft from every angle and tell you which players are rising up the draft boards. And, as always, we'll get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Derek Bodner of Liberty Ballers, DraftExpress and 97.3 ESPN joins us to preview the upcoming NBA Draft. Will the Philadelphia 76ers take a guard with the No. 3 pick, or will either Jahlil Okafor or Karl-Anthony Towns call the City of Brotherly Love home? With plenty of time between now and the June 25 draft, we'll break down all of the different scenarios that could play out.
Later in the show, we'll show some love to a Phillies squad that's been on a roll recently, recap the latest in the Deflategate saga, and get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross joins The Broad Street Line to talk Ric Flair, CM Punk, Marcus Mariota, the next generation of wrestling superstars and LOTS more. Few men are better storytellers than "good ol' J.R.", and if you've ever wondered what his one-man "Ringside" shows were like, our interview should give you a pretty good taste of what to expect.
Later in the show, we'll preview the NFL's Final Four, recap Monday's College Football National Championship, and get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Sheil Kapadia of Birds 24/7 joins us in the second hour of the show to give you his thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles as they get ready to kick off the 2014 season. With the final roster cuts in the books and Week 1 just days away, we'll take a look at what Chip Kelly has in store for Year 2.
At the top of the show, we'll run through our NFL prediction and tell you which teams we think will make it all the way to Super Bowl XLIX. We'll also recap a wild Week 1 on the college fooball scene and rank the leading Heisman contenders in what's sure to be a wild season. So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
New York Times best-selling author Jeff Pearlman joins us on a very special edition of The Broad Street Line to discuss his new book "Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s."
Later in the show, we'll recap Allen Iverson's retirement ceremony and discuss A.I.'s place in the pantheon of great basketball players. We'll also give you our thoughts on a whirlwind week by the Philadelphia Eagles as the Birds' front office stayed busy and did their best to keep the band together for another run at the Lombardi Trophy.
So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Sixers' sideline reporter Molly Sullivan joins The Broad Street Line to provide her insight on the team's impressive start to the 2013-14 NBA season. Yahoo has the 76ers ranked No. 1 in their weekly power rankings - is Philadelphia for real?
Later in the show, we'll look back at Nick Foles' record-tying performance from this past Sunday as he tallied 7 TDs against the Oakland Raiders. And as always, we'll get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has arrived.
ESPN NFL Analyst Ron Jaworski joins The Broad Street Line as we look back at the 2012 season. Jaworski, a former color commentator on Monday Night Football, will give you his thoughts on what went wrong with the Philadelphia Eagles last season, what we can expect to see this year, and will predict which young quarterback is poised to be the NFL's next big star.
After the interview, we'll get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has arrived.
Emmy-winning producer Ross Ketover of NFL Films joins us to give some insight on the legendary company that has revolutionized how games are covered. We'll talk about some of the things that you didn't see on the "Hard Knocks" documentaries, and he'll also give us the inside scoop about some of the projects that NFL Films is working on this season.
Later in the show, we'll take stock in the Phillies as we recap their opening week, and we'll also take a spin around the rest of the sports world as well. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has arrived.
Adam Aron, CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers, joins The Broad Street Line to discuss the Sixers' plans once the NBA lockout is over and give you his thoughts on what it feels like to run the team that he grew up watching.
Spike Eskin of SpikeEskin.com also calls the show to discuss all things Philly sports, and tells us whether he thinks there will be an NBA season this year.
Later in the show, we'll break down the Eagles-Giants Sunday night matchup, and get you caught up on the sports news of the past week as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Stree Line: The future of sports talk radio has arrived.
On a very special edition of The Broad Street Line, Steve Addazio, head football coach of the Temple Owls joined the show before his team's 34-0 homecoming victory over Buffalo on October 15. Coach Addazio talks about his team's impressive start, tells us about his time with the Florida Gators, and gives his thoughts on the Owls' success for the rest of the 2011 season.
On a special edition of The Broad Street Line we were joined by Robert Littal, Founder and CEO of BlackSportsOnline - one of the largest sports Web sites in the world. In the interview, Robert talks about the current state of the sports world, offers words of wisdom to aspiring bloggers, and tells us the story of a certain athlete who didn't like something posted about him on BSO...
On a special edition of The Broad Street Line, we're replaying our recent interviews with two of our biggest guests to date. First up is our discussion with James Andrew Miller, co-author of "Those Guys Have All The Fun", the ESPN oral history that debuted at No. 1 on the NY Times best-seller list.
You'll also get to hear our interview with Richard Deitsch - media columnist for Sports Illustrated. We talk to Richard about the current state of the sports media, and get his take on how social networking is changing how we view and cover the games.
So come along and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: Real. Fun. Sports.
In a special edition of The Broad Street Line, award-winning columnist Rick Telander (author of "Heaven Is A Playground") joins the show to give us his thoughts on Derrick Rose, Jay Cutler, and all things Chicago. Of course, we'll discuss the Grammys, and give you our thoughts on the NBA at the All-Star break. And as usual, we'll bring you your favorite segments such as Tweets of the Week, The Birthday man, and more... So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line. Real. Fun. Sports.
The Broad Street Line starts 2011 off in style as we interview Steve Sabol, president and co-founder of NFL Films. We'll talk about the history of the groundbreaking company, get Steve's thoughts on the current season, and discuss how the phrase "the frozen tundra" originated. In keeping with the NFL theme, we'll review the action of Wild Card weekend, and give you our thoughts on how the rest of the playoffs are going to shake out. As usual, we also have your favorite segments on tap such as Tweets of the Week, The A.I. Report, and more. So take a ride on The Broad Street Line: Real. Fun. Sports.