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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December 5, 2019

Phillies

What they're saying: After Wheeler signing, Phillies still need more help if they hope to contend

Unlike last winter, when the Phillies failed to add any starting pitching help via free agency — and paid the price for it during the season — Matt Klentak and Co. wasted no time this year adding a legitimate free agent starter. And they did so before the Winter Meetings even kicked off, landing Zack Wheeler on a five-year deal on Wednesday.

December 5, 2019

Phillies

Live MLB free agency rumors: Are the Phillies just getting started?

While Wednesday was a busy day that's looking like a win for the Phillies, there's still plenty of work to be done for Matt Klentak and the Phillies front office as they prepare for next week's Winter Meetings, when the real action should heat up.

December 2, 2019

Eagles

What they're saying: What the hell is wrong with the Eagles? Everything.

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has been making a habit of sticking his foot in his mouth following losses, like on Sunday night when he said the now 3-9 Dolphins, who have the worst point differential in the NFL, were a good football team. 

December 2, 2019

Eagles

Report: Eagles could make 'significant changes' to staff if team doesn't go on playoff run

Staring at the television in utter disbelief as the Dolphins celebrated their 37-31 win over the Eagles, there was only one thing in my mind: This is the kind of loss that gets someone fired. 

November 30, 2019

Phillies

MLB rumors: Phillies interested in free agents Dellin Betances and Austin Romine

While the hot stove isn't going to really heat up until the Winter Meetings kick off next weekend, there have already been a few juicy rumors regarding the Phillies' plans during free agency this offseason. And Saturday brought about the latest of these rumors.

November 30, 2019

Eagles

Five over/unders for Eagles' Week 13 matchup vs. Dolphins

After two tough matchups at home against the Patriots and Seahawks — both losses — the Eagles finally get a break as they'll travel to Miami to take on the 2-9 Dolphins in Week 13. Not only will the Eagles be looking to get back to .500, but they'll also have a chance to draw even with the Cowboys (6-6), who lost to the Bills on Thanksgiving, for the lead in the NFC East. 

November 30, 2019

Fantasy football

Fantasy football injuries: The latest on Kyler Murray, Adam Thielen, Zach Ertz and more

In some fantasy football leagues, this is the final week of the regular season. In others, however, it's the first week of the playoffs. And no matter the situation in which you find yourself this weekend, odds are it's a big one as you try to claim that elusive fantasy football grown. 

November 29, 2019

Eagles

Eagles vs. Dolphins: Predictions, betting odds and broadcast info for Week 13

After back-to-back losses to the Patriots and Seahawks, two teams with just three combined losses on the season, the Eagles should get a break starting this week as their next three opponents, the Dolphins, Giants and Redskins, have combined for just six wins on the season. 

November 27, 2019

Eagles

Eagles injury updates: Jeffery, Agholor, Johnson on track to return vs. Dolphins; Howard still not cleared

Finally, it seems like there's some good news on the injury front for the Eagles, as several key starters on offense are looking like they'll return to action on Sunday against the lowly Dolphins. According to head coach Doug Pederson, Lane Johnson (concussion), Alshon Jeffery (ankle) and Nelson Agholor (knee) will all be out on the practice field on Wednesday.

November 26, 2019

Eagles

How Brandon Brooks' battle with anxiety has helped me come to grips with my own issues

I may be a lanky white dude, but I see a lot of myself in Brandon Brooks. The main difference, aside from skin color, size and profession, is that Brooks is infinitely stronger than I am. Not physically — although that's definitely true as well — but mentally. He's so much stronger, in fact, that his strength gives me strength. 

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