Matt Mullin

Matt Mullin

Matt Mullin is a Sports Reporter/Web Producer for PhillyVoice.com. Matt spent five-plus years at Philly.com, first as a Producer, and ultimately as Sports Editor, after graduating from the University of Miami. A native Philadelphian, Matt has covered events that range from the serious (the U.S Open) to the absurd and uniquely Philly (Wing Bowl), and everything in between. 

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January 23, 2020

Sixers

Sixers' Joel Embiid named All-Star starter for third straight season

Joel Embiid might not have played a game since January 6, but that didn't stop the Sixers center from being named an All-Star starter for the third straight season, something no other Sixers player has done since Allen Iverson in the early 2000s when he started seven straight. And there's no question that Embiid has earned the honor in just his fourth season playing in the NBA after sitting his first two seasons with injuries. 

January 23, 2020

Eagles

The Eagles reportedly discussed a coaching position, including offensive coordinator, with QB Josh McCown

According to a report from Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles and Josh McCown, who finished the season at quarterback after Carson Wentz was injured in their wild-card loss to the Seahawks, discussed the possibility of the 40-year-old veteran returning next season. 

January 22, 2020

Eagles

Report: Eagles interviewing Browns' DeWayne Walker for DB coach vacancy

The Philadelphia Eagles could be inching closer to filling one of their vacant assistant coaching positions — they currently have four, including offensive coordinator — as they'll reportedly interview current Browns defensive backs coach DeWayne Walker for the same position.

January 22, 2020

Eagles

NFL free agency rumors: Eagles expected to 'go hard' after Byron Jones, Chris Harris, other cornerbacks

In what may be some of the least surprising news of the NFL offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly going to try to improve their secondary by adding some cornerback help in free agency. 

January 21, 2020

Eagles

Mike Kafka to remain in Kansas City as Eagles offensive coordinator search continues

The Eagles were reportedly hoping to interview Chiefs quarterbacks coach Mike Kafka during the bye week between Kansas City's win over the Titans in the AFC Championship and their Super Bowl matchup against the 49ers, but there were also reports that Andy Reid, who apparently thinks a lot of Kafka, could block that interview. 

January 21, 2020

Sixers

NBA Power Rankings Roundup: No Joel Embiid? No problem for Ben Simmons and the Sixers

The Sixers have been playing without their superstar center, Joel Embiid, for just about two weeks as the big man recovers from surgery to repair a torn ligament in his non-shooting hand. And despite the absence of their franchise big, the Sixers have actually been playing much better. 

January 20, 2020

Eagles

Expect Eagles' coaching search to heat up this week at the Senior Bowl

Just under two weeks since parting ways with offensive coordinator Mike Groh, the search for his potential replacement doesn't seem to have a whole lot of momentum, but that could change this week as Doug Pederson and the Eagles head to Mobile, Alabama for the annual Senior Bowl. 

January 19, 2020

Eagles

Report: Eagles expected to request interview with Mike Kafka as offensive coordinator search continues

A day after a report emerged that the Eagles weren't looking at Chiefs quarterbacks coach Mike Kafka as their next offensive coordinator, it appears the Birds do have an interest in the former backup quarterback who spent two seasons with the Birds. 

January 17, 2020

Eagles

What they're saying: Eagles' newest OC candidate Graham Harrell has a specific philosophy

The Philadelphia Eagles currently have four coaching vacancies to fill after parting ways with defensive line coach Phillip Daniels on Friday, but none is as important as the offensive coordinator position, which opened up last week when the team fired Mike Groh two years after he took over for now-Colts head coach Frank Reich. 

January 15, 2020

Eagles

Former Eagles wide receiver Harold Carmichael selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

It may have taken longer than it should have, but Eagles legend Harold Carmichael has been selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, where he will be enshrined later this year along with the 19 other members of the centennial class of 2020.

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