Marc Narducci, Philly Inquirer

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Recent articles by Marc:

Longtime Philly homeless advocate Cheri Honkala finally gets a home to call her own

Cheri Honkala became a homeowner for the first time in April, with a big assist from Jamie Moffett, another dedicated community advocate. → Read More

Temple’s Rod Carey wants to use just one quarterback, but he’s not making any promises

The Owls had a backup QB last year who could run, and he replaced starter Anthony Russo at times. Redshirt sophomore Re-al Mitchell could fill that role this year. → Read More

The Eagles should benefit from yet another weak NFC East

In other divisions, the Eagles' 0-2 start would put them in a much bigger hole than it does in the NFC East. → Read More

Doug Pederson: There’s enough blame to go around after 37-19 loss to the Rams

Pederson said a collective effort led to the Eagles' second straight loss Sunday against the Rams. → Read More

Eagles Twitter furious for the second straight week after Sunday’s 37-19 loss to the Los Angeles Rams

After getting back in the game, 21-16 at halftime, the Eagles had their second straight uninspired second-half performance. → Read More

Temple football players improvised by working around the pandemic

Players had to create makeshift workout areas, but the leaders of the team made sure that everybody was still doing their drills. → Read More

Temple’s Re’Mahn Davis talks Heisman Trophy and improvement over last season’s performance

Last season, Davis rushed for 936 yards and eight touchdowns, and was fifth among Football Bowl Subdivision freshman in rushing yards. → Read More

Sixers offseason outlook: Contracts of Tobias Harris and Al Horford will make moves difficult

The two Sixers will earn nearly $62 million between them next season, making any offseason move a challenge to pull off. → Read More

Temple football cleared to fully practice and play at Lincoln Financial Field this season

Coach Rod Carey said that the City of Philadelphia gave Temple the clearance Friday. “We’re good to go,” Carey said. → Read More

An anonymous businessman donated $5,000 to a South Jersey barber shop to fund free haircuts for essential workers

Anthony Fiore of Caravelli's Barbershop in Haddonfield received $5,000 from the donor to give free haircuts to essential workers. → Read More

This South Jersey diner server got an unexpected tip from her customers: a car

A couple, who are faithful customers, decided to give her a used car → Read More

Washington showed Eagles that efficiency, not flashy football, can be effective

Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins wasn't flashy, but he also didn't commit any turnovers. → Read More

Eagles’ Doug Pederson says sacks and mistakes in Eagles’ loss to Washington ‘can’t happen’

Pederson’s response to the loss was predictable, especially regarding the way Washington’s defensive line dominated the Eagles' offensive line. → Read More

Eagles Twitter furious after Birds blow 17-0 lead in 27-17 loss to Washington

The Eagles came out smoking, taking a 17-0 lead, but Washington stormed back to scored 27 unanswered points in a 27-17 stunner. Here's a sampling of social media reaction during the game. → Read More

18 Temple football alumni are on NFL active rosters to start the season

A total of 26 former Owls are with NFL teams, including injured reserve and practice squads → Read More

Previewing the Dallas Cowboys

Expect Dallas to challenge the Eagles for the NFC East title again. The key is how Dak Prescott plays in big games. → Read More

Temple football opener at Navy moved from Sept. 26 to Oct. 10

The Owls were originally scheduled to open Sept. 26, but both teams had an open date and coach Rod Carey felt his team needed more time to prepare. → Read More

Previewing the New York Giants

The Giants hope that second-year QB Daniel Jones takes another step up and improving ball security will be a key. → Read More

Previewing the Washington Football Team

Second-year QB Dwayne Haskins will be the starter and his improvement should determine Washington's success → Read More

An argument for the Sixers to keep Josh Richardson

Richardson showed in this year's Celtics series his value as a defender and also had his moments on offense. → Read More