Angelo Cataldi

Angelo Cataldi

Angelo Cataldi is a local radio personality widely known throughout the Philadelphia region for his anchor role on The WIP Morning Show, where he covers all things Philly, including sports, entertainment, morning traffic and many other topics of interest to local radio audiences. A member of the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame, Cataldi is also a Pulitzer Prize-nominated sports writer and co-author of “The Great Philadelphia Sports Debate.” 

September 18, 2017

Opinion

Pederson’s pass-first philosophy will destroy both Eagles and Wentz

Two games into a new season, Eagles fans are split on what the No. 1 theme has been so far. Some believe it’s Doug Pederson’s undying affection for the forward pass. Others think it is the head coach’s strong aversion to all running plays. Either way, the team is facing its first crisis.

September 11, 2017

Opinion

Philadelphia still doesn’t realize just how good Carson Wentz is

Here’s a sentence that has never been written: Philadelphia sports fans are not giving enough attention to the Eagles quarterback.

September 4, 2017

Opinion

What happens if Mike Lombardi is right about Doug Pederson?

As the Eagles embark on a season with great anticipation and lofty ambitions, one ominous sound keeps clanging in the distance, like a car alarm that won’t stop its incessant racket.

August 21, 2017

Opinion

Baffling Lane Johnson owes the Eagles and their fans a helluva lot more

After sleepwalking through the Eagles’ second preseason game, Lane Johnson needs a wake-up call. Apparently, he still doesn’t understand how important he is to the team. Apparently, he doesn’t comprehend the debt he owes to his teammates and the city.

August 14, 2017

Opinion

Unlike other Philly GMs, Howie Roseman has silenced his critics (including me)

Unlike other Philly GMs, Howie Roseman has silenced his critics (including me)

August 7, 2017

Opinion

Phillies should turn Rose’s weekend into a celebration of Darren Daulton

Darren Daulton and Pete Rose are two of the biggest stars in Phillies history, and the impact both have had on our lives came into perspective this week in entirely different ways.

July 31, 2017

Opinion

Philly sports teams finally choosing character over characters

If you squint toward the horizon, you should finally see a tiny sliver of light. There is hope – genuine, realistic hope – that this dark period in Philadelphia sports is ending.

July 24, 2017

Opinion

The 2017 Eagles will win 10 games and return to the playoffs

The Eagles will win 10 games this season and will return to the NFL playoffs for the first time in four years.

July 17, 2017

Opinion

The Sixers should try not sucking for at least a season before they attempt to fleece fans

In the long and sordid history of pro sports in Philadelphia, there has never been an organization with such an open disdain for its own fans like the current 76ers. Last week provided the undeniable proof that owner Josh Harris and CEO Scott O’Neill have only one tangible goal – to squeeze every nickel out of their loyal patrons.

July 10, 2017

Opinion

Are the basketball gods punishing the Sixers for years of tanking?

It’s just too cruel, even in the fickle world of professional sports. Right when Sixers fans were convinced their streak of horrendous luck was finally ending, there was No. 1 draft pick Markelle Fultz howling in pain on the basketball court during a summer-league game in Las Vegas late Saturday night.

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