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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April 14, 2021

Eagles

NFL trade rumors: What would Deshaun Watson cost? When could a deal happen? Would Eagles keep Hurts?

It's beginning get like that scene in the second Austin Powers movie — timely reference, I know — where Mike Myers' stuck-in-time character is trying to kill a would-be assassin and she just won't die, no matter what he throws at her.

April 14, 2021

Eagles

Five free agent wide receivers who still make sense for the Eagles

The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching — it's just over two weeks away at this point — and with the Eagles holding double-digit picks this year, much of the attention surrounding the team has rightfully been focused on what Howie Roseman (and apparently owner Jeffrey Lurie) plan on doing with those 11 picks.

April 13, 2021

Eagles

Five free agent cornerbacks who still make sense for the Eagles

Let's take a look at five options who are still available to the Eagles late in the free agency game.

April 11, 2021

Eagles

Report: NFL insiders believe Eagles are looking to draft a QB as insurance or competition for Jalen Hurts

When the Eagles decided to move on from Carson Wentz earlier this offseason, many believed that had more to do with their feeling about the former No. 2 overall pick than it did about the guy who replaced him under center to finish the season — the same guy they drafted with the 53rd overall pick in 2020 despite having just resigned Wentz to a monster contract. In other words, the trade was more about moving on from Wentz than it was about giving Jalen Hurts his shot.

April 9, 2021

Eagles

NFL trade rumors: There's too much smoke to ignore the Eagles' interest in Deshaun Watson anymore

If smoke always means fire, then someone should call the proper authorities to deal with the raging rumors linking the Eagles to embattled QB Deshaun Watson. For at least the fourth time in the last several weeks, Howie Roseman and the Birds have been mentioned as a possible landing spot for Watson should the Texans decide to trade him.

April 9, 2021

Eagles

What they're saying: How good is Eric Wilson? How does he impact LB corps, Eagles draft plans?

It had been quiet on the Eagles free agency front for some time, almost too quiet. So perhaps it shouldn't have been a surprise when the team made some news on Wednesday night by adding a pair of players on one-year deals.

April 7, 2021

MMA

As ONE makes its American TV debut, Philly's Eddie Alvarez has sights set on history

Right now, after reaching the highest level in both the UFC and previously in Bellator, 37-year-old Eddie Alvarez has but one goal: to win his third belt with his new promotion, ONE Championship, and become the first mixed martial artist to have held the title in all three.

April 7, 2021

Flyers

NHL trade rumors: Who could Flyers look to deal if they're deadline sellers?

Following Tuesday night's loss to the Bruins, which dropped them even further down the East Division's standings, the Flyers have just three games remaining between now and Monday's trade deadline.

April 6, 2021

Flyers

NHL trade rumors: Some options for the Flyers if they're deadline buyers

It seems like every year the Flyers find themselves in the same position when the NHL trade deadline arrives, stuck somewhere between being a sure-fire buyer and no-doubt seller. And that's never an easy place to be for a general manager, trying to navigate between potential short-term additions while also attempting to maximize your team's long-term outlook.

April 5, 2021

NBA

NBA power rankings roundup: Where do the Sixers stand now that Joel Embiid is back?

It wasn't the best week for the Sixers, with the team losing multiple games in the same week for the first time since mid-February. It's not entirely their fault though, as the team was coming off not just an extended stretch without their best player — and MVP candidate — Joel Embiid, but were also wrapping up a six-game road trip.

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